Landry Fencing Project (Dallas)

The client called us out to help with her fencing on the backside of the property. The front driveway that she had been using to turn into her home was off a major busy road (Mockingbird Lane). Therefore, our client wanted to start using her back alley entrance, but unfortunately, this was a tight turn which basically made this back entrance unusable.

We suggested that we remove the post that dictated the pivot point of where her car could turn into the back of the house. We removed the post, dug out a new anchor post and made the turn area much larger. We also added this cedar board on board with cap and trim (the trim boards added to the top of the fencing) to the commercial grade sliding gate.

Not only can our customer now turn into her home safely and not on a busy road but her entire property is secure behind a gate and fence. Our client couldn’t be happier. Sometimes with a little innovative thinking you can take what once was an unusable space and not only make it functional, but also make it beautiful.

Adding this gate and new fence has not only changed our clients’ way of life but her property value just increased as well. 

How can we help you?

Is your fence starting to look weathered and unstable? Do you have bowed or rotting boards? Then it might be time to give Community a call. We’ll build you a strong, secure fence that’s built to last. 

For more information, please call Community Construction at 817-774-1298 or click the button below to fill out our short contact form.

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Better Business Bureau - A+ Rating

Thank you Bert and Heather and all the guys at Community Construction TX. Mike & I thank you for your professionalism and for how quickly you did the work. Our roof looks great and we appreciate how everything was left cleaner than you found it. Would highly recommend ya'll to anyone!! We also love how ya'll give back to the community! So impressive.Thank you.

Burleson, Texas

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