Sunday, May 21, 2017
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!
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Monday, March 20, 2017
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 these posts!
Thanks to 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.
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Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Midwest Fence is always happy to be a part of the Minneapolis Home and Garden Show. The show will be at the Minneapolis Convention Center on February 24 - March 5th. Please stop by our booth for a $250.00 coupon toward the purchase of your new fence and check out all the new fence products that are available this year. Hilary Farr is an internationally renowned designer, co-host of Love It or List It, which airs on HGTV will be there as well.
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! We'll see you at the show!Free Estimate Click Here
Monday, December 19, 2016
Wednesday, September 21, 2016
To 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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Friday, August 26, 2016
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! FenceManDan@gmail.com
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Thursday, March 17, 2016
Before you hire a contractor, it is important that you find out a few things:
- Do they have a current State Contractor license?
- Do they use In-House crews or sub-contractors?
- Warranty on workmanship?
- Small down payment?
- Scope of work?
A detailed, written proposal is critical to helping you make an informed decision. The details should include the following:
- Total Linear Footage
- Height of Fence
- Style of Fence
- Specific Brand, or Grade of Materials
- Installation Methods and Process
- Removal of Existing Fence and Haul or Recycle
- Warranty Information on Labor and Materials
- Installation Crews (subs or in-house)
- Project Costs
- 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.
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