Friday, November 30, 2018

Happy Holidays from all of us at Midwest Fence

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From all of us at Midwest Fence, have a happy and safe holiday season!

Fence Man Dan

Midwest Fence 

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Place Your Midwest Fence order today!

Image result for fall colors with fenceTo  no one's surprise, our construction season is winding down. However, we are still installing and will continue to install until the cold temps shut us down.  Remember, we have interest free financing for up to 12 months and a discount program also available.  

Even though it looks fantastic today, tomorrow we could be donning our long johns and snow flake sweaters.  Please take the opportunity while you have it, and place your order for a new fence project; or that fence repair job that has stared at you all summer. We can help. Call or click today, and have a great fall season!

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Midwest Fence Web Site

Phone 651-451-2222

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Wednesday, April 25, 2018

DuraCedar Posts Available at Midwest Fence

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Don't let this happen to you!  Post failure means fence failure, and post replacement in older fences can be expensive and sometimes not worth the effort.  Midwest is the only company in the Twin Cities that is taking proactive steps to achieve better results. We expect our posts to last 50% longer than standard.  We are the exclusive dealer of the DuraCedar© Posts.  These posts have built-in protection to resist post decay and rotting.   Your new fence will last longer with DuraCedar!
Thanks to a new natural wood preservative and other strategic installation techniques Midwest can provide the best value for all of our cedar customers. It is the smart choice for a great look and better performance. Ask for DuraCedar© today!

As always- Free Estimates and no obligation.

Thanks for reading,


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Midwest Fence and Minneapolis Home and Garden Show Starting March 30th

The Minneapolis Home and Garden Show will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center on March 30- April 8.  Midwest Fence has always been a strong supporter of the show, but due  to the "big game" downtown, the date was moved to the end of March.   Consequently, Midwest Fence will not have a booth at the show this year.  You may still receive a free estimate by clicking below.  And we will be back at the show in 2019.   

Don't miss Paige Davis from TLC's Trading Spaces on the main stage on March 30th and 31st.

Midwest Fence is family owned and your trusted brand in fence.  Based in Minnesota with thousands of happy customers, if you have a fence project you owe it to yourself to check us out!   Thanks for reading and happy spring!
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Sunday, May 21, 2017

Midwest Fence Heavymill Chain Link is Better

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Midwest Fence has been installing the Heavy Millimeter Vinyl clad chain link systems for many years. It is the most durable and affordable system that is manufactured today. Homeowners interested in having a nicer and more subtle containment system will find that this product will fill their needs perfectly.

Other vinyl systems which look similar, may have a powdercoated framework that can be more prone to cracking and chipping. The last thing a homeowner needs is another maintenance project. When powdercoat systems fail, the fence looks terrible; and if the property is for sale, it may be a re-sale liability.  The powdercoat finish is not even half as thick as the HeavyMill product.

Midwest Fence installs  
HeavyMill systems because they are more impact resistant, more acid resistant (dogs) and more UV resistant than other products. No other system is designed to look good and last longer.

Midwest Fence's black chain link installations include a 15 year product warranty. And it is backed by a company that has stood behind their products since 1947. This is your long term, maintenance-free solution to your containment needs. Call for a free estimate today!

Midwest Fence web site
651-451-2222 office

Friday, August 26, 2016

Minnesota State Fair and Midwest Fence

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The Minnesota State Fair is always a great way to book end summer. Midwest Fence has had a long tradition of being a part of the Fair, and is very proud to be back this year. Please stop and see us at the Home Improvement Building where we will have:

1. New fence samples, displays and brochures
2. Video demonstrations
3. Friendly Fence Consultants
4. And of course... discount coupons!

Don't miss this opportunity to save on a new fence project this fall,  and get a delicious snack on a stick while you're there! See you at the Fair!  Tell them FenceManDan sent you!
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Thursday, March 17, 2016

Fence Company Comparisons

Before you hire a contractor, it is important that you find out a few things:
  • Do they have a current State Contractor license?
This is important because contractors must prove to the State of MN that they have enough insurance, and it means they are serious about being in this industry for the long term. You can weed out the non-licensed guys right away. A link to look up a residential contractor is provided here: or you may copy and paste the address to your browser. You may be surprised to see how many fence companies are not licensed.

  • Do they use In-House crews or sub-contractors?
Subs tend to have the best interest of themselves in mind; not the homeowner. Subs are paid by the job and not by the hour, so the faster they work, the more money they make. But speed does not necessarily equal quality. Workmanship is everything!

  • Warranty on workmanship?
Anybody can warranty materials for 5, 10, 20 years, but the labor is what costs money. A board replacement or a gate adjustment are minor material costs, but the labor can be $200.00 or more. A one year labor warranty is the same as nothing. It says to the customer that if a board falls off next summer, the new board is free; but the trip charge is $200.00 (does that sound like a good warranty?) Better contractors who build durable projects, will warranty everything for 5 or more years because they know that it will last.
  • Small down payment?
Most consumer advocacy groups (BBB, Angie's List) advise paying 30% or less as a down payment. Be cautious of contractors who want more than that. Remember, this down payment reflects your commitment to the job but the contractor hasn't performed any work yet. You have nothing to show for your commitment.
  • Scope of work?
A detailed, written proposal is critical to helping you make an informed decision.  The details should include the following:
  1. Total Linear Footage
  2. Height of Fence
  3. Style of Fence
  4. Specific Brand, or Grade of Materials
  5. Installation Methods and Process
  6. Removal of Existing Fence and Haul or Recycle
  7. Warranty Information on Labor and Materials
  8. Installation Crews (subs or in-house)
  9. Project Costs
  10. Terms of Payment

You can always hire a nice guy with a "nice price", but do your homework first.  If you follow these steps, you may find that choosing your next contractor is easy and a good way to get the best value.

Thanks for reading!