I had my fence replaced by Hill Horticulture of San Antonion in October 2010. When I finally started staining the fence, I noticed the fence was swaying and showed signs of termite damage. They came out and told me that becasue of the heat and the lack of water, the support was becoming weak. They came out and straightened the fence and recommended that I water the supports on a regular basis. They told me that they could not be held to replace damaged pickets due to termite damage. At first, I thought that the termite damage happened after the installation of the fence. It was not until after they repaired the fence,they left me 10 pickets to replace the damaged pickets. When I placed the pickets in my shed, on the same day, that is when I noticed that 3 of the 10 pickets had termite damage. When I talked to John Hill, he strongly disagreed with me that his company had defective wood in his inventory. I strongly disagree with his statement. I will not utilize this company for any of their services nor recommend them to anyone else. I believe a ""mans' word"" is very important when I do business.