I can tell you we are a great company, that we provide quality work to our customers, and that we stand behind our work 100 percent. But who would believe us? Nothing speaks louder than a stamp of approval from customers like you. Proof that we are who we say we are. And that’s what matters most – to us, and to other potential customers.
Word-of-mouth is always the best advertising
As a consumer, I put more trust in the good things I hear about a company through word-of-mouth, than I do in what any owner or salesperson is attempting to sell me on. That’s why we rely on and are grateful to customers like you for your willingness to take the time to rate us on sites like Yelp!, Angie’s List and the Better Business Bureau. We believe in being transparent. By doing so, we believe we build better trust with our customers, and ensure we are constantly striving to be our best.
Who can prove to you that we will do what we say we will? Our past customers.
Here’s a recent letter we received from a satisfied customer:
Enclosed…..The two fellows who worked on that project did a great job and were able to incorporate a small change in the design, which really made the trellis a custom piece of construction. I am sure that they found this project quite a challenge because they had to shove their way into the backyard and then make their way through the raspberry patch near the rear of the house. But that did not deter them in the least!
We love the new trellis and its unique design and I wanted to pass along this information to you so you know what great workers you have making your custom products. Please give them our compliments!!
Thank you again.
Joan and Bill Fallon
P.S. We will certainly recommend your company to our friends based upon the quality of your work and your personalized customer service approach. Thanks again.
To read more reviews about our company from other satisfied customers, or to leave one yourself, please see our testimonials page, or visit our pages on Yelp!, Angie’s List and the Better Business Bureau.
When you’re looking to build a fence around your property, there are usually two main options available: vinyl and wood. The vinyl may be referred to by other names including PVC. Either way, you will need to weigh the good and the bad with each option in order to best determine which option is right for you. Here are just a few things to consider in order to help you make the best decision possible.
Aesthetics and Maintenance
The aesthetics of fencing needs to be considered first, because you want to make sure your fence looks good the moment it goes up and every day after that. A wood fence has a natural beauty to it that can include deep lines and defects. However, these lines and defects are often what add beauty and character to the fence. The vinyl fence has little maintenance, because it is flawless and requires no painting and provides no splinters. It also won’t warp or be eaten by termites. You have to decide which looks more beautiful to you, and also how much time, money, and energy you have for proper fence maintenance.
The length of time that you will be on your property needs to be considered as well. For example, if you want a fence but you won’t be in the house long, a natural wood fence can be the more affordable option. In general, a wood fence is going to last around 10-20 years while a vinyl fence Is going to last 10 years and potentially event more.
Cost of Fence
Cost is going to be a considerable factor as well when you look at fencing, and your decision may be easily determined by your budget. A vinyl fence is going to be more expensive, because the materials are more expensive. However, when you consider that it will last longer and won’t need to be painted or stained, it can end up being the more affordable option.
You will want to weigh the pros and cons based on your current situation and needs. Both vinyl and wood fences can be very attractive and provide you with all of the privacy that you need. The best thing is to talk to a fencing company like us at Geo Brother’s Fence to get a quote, and then make a decision that works for you.
For more information about choosing between vinyl vs. wood, please contact us at Geo Brother’s Fence today. We would be happy to help guide you.