Easter Fence, Inc. carries nearly everything you need to install a fence. Easter typically has wood and galvanized chain-link materials in stock. Those customers who are interested in other fencing products (such as vinyl, aluminum, Montage, steel, vinyl coated chain-link, or split rail) may order their materials to be picked up at our location. Contact [...]
Yes. Unlike many other fence companies that must order their chain-link gates and wait weeks for their arrival, Easter custom welds and wires any walk gate, double drive gate, or cantilever gate on site to fit your desired opening. Gates can be wired with any type of wire to match the rest of your existing [...]
Easter sells and installs a variety of fence styles and materials including Vinyl, Aluminum, Montage Steel, Steel, Wood, and Chain-link. Each of these types of fencing come in various heights and styles to meet your specific needs. For more information, explore the links below or contact Easter.
Whose responsibility is it to mark the lines, and what lines will the Missouri One Call service mark?
Easter Fence will be happy to contact the Missouri One Call service to mark the lines in the yard prior to fence installation. The Missouri One Call System will mark underground public utility lines such as electric, phone, water, and gas lines. The Missouri One Call does not mark private lines such as sprinkler systems, [...]
Easter Fence offers a one-year warranty on materials and labor. Our maintenance-free styles are covered by manufacturers warranties on the materials. In short, the manufacturers warranties ensure the vinyl, aluminum, steel, or Montage fence will not peel, rot, split, flake, blister, corrode, or fade abnormally when exposed to normal weather and use. Neither Easter Fence's [...]
What does it mean for a fence to meet pool code, and what fences can Easter Fence install that will meet the code?
The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (www.cpsc.gov) has released a set of pool code guidelines, but individual municipalities have freedom to apply the recommended guidelines more or less stringently. In general, fences around pools should be no less than 48" tall with no less than 45" between horizontal rails. Alternatively, if the horizontal rails [...]