Frequently Asked Questions
Homeowners pay an average of $2,812 to install a wood fence, or a range between $1,673 and $4,019. Wood fences cost $17 to $45 per linear foot. Lumber averages from $7 to $15 per foot while labor ranges from $10 to $30 per foot.
Vinyl is more expensive than wood at the outset. … Wood, while cheaper upfront, does require frequent treatments and stains. And because it doesn’t last as long as vinyl, you will probably need to replace the fence at some point if you live in your home for longer than 10-15 years.
There are many variables at play, so many different styles and each with a different price. For basic 6 foot tall privacy in white PVC expect to pay near or over $40 per linear foot.
With basic wood privacy expect to pay in the area of $28 per foot or more, depending on the thickness of fence picket you choose
The national average to install an aluminum or steel fence is about $3,750. Most homeowners pay between $2,193 and $5,455, with high-end expenses reaching up to $8,000. Average material costs fall between $7 to $32 per foot, while labor averages $15 to $40 per foot.
Fence installation costs $1,500 to $3,000 for an average yard with most homeowners spending about $1,800. New fencing costs $5 to $16 per linear foot, or about $2,016 to $9,011 for 1 acre. Prices depend on the type of fence materials used and the length and height of the fence.