After purchasing a new home on a raw, acre, tree-filled lot, I've dealt with more contractors than I'd care to which is why I feel compelled to give kudos to the rare, deserving few. Viking Fence made the cut.
They installed 572 linear feet of 6' tall ornamental fencing with scroll top, a 10' wide double drive gate, and one walk gate. It cost just under $20k.
The job took much longer to complete than they'd originally estimated because the field supervisor skipped town with no word. So, what was supposed to take several weeks took nearly 1.5 months to complete. We had problems with the fence panels along a driveway slope shifting so our locks wouldn't work. After a few attempts, we got the panels secured but still occasionally experience problems with the locks. Installation had been completed towards the former part of this year, so it's frustrating to still experience issues but the last attempt to fix the problem has thus far worked.
Despite this, they are consistently responsive, professional and always prompt and courteous. We'd still use them again; Dean Stockwell is the guy to ask for to help you design/choose the right fencing for you.
Btw, I am shocked at the one and two-star reviews, mostly about their unresponsiveness with respect to bids. Two days after the on-site consult with Dean, I got a quote. And as previously mentioned, the repeat issues we had post-installation got addressed/fixed promptly.
Hopefully my review will sway prospective customers that are on the 'fence' to give Viking Fence a try. Good contractors are hard to come by so let's keep them around and weed out the junk. :)