Questions are customers often ask
Q: Do I need a building permit?
A: Not all locations require a permit. In the case that one is required the customer is to get the permit. Bulldog fence will charge a Small fee to purchase the permit for you.
Q: Where is your office located?
A: Spokane Valley Washington. Feel free to visit our contact page for our office and service area.
Q: Do you have any references?
A: Yes, check our testimonials page, for written references please contact our office.
Q: Is your company a member of the better business bureau?
A: Yes. We area member in good standing since 2004. More importantly we have no complaints on our record.
Q: Does your company use concrete when installing a fence?
A: Yes we do. We use concrete whenever we install a vinyl fence, an aluminum fence or a chain link fence. The only exception is that we don’t use concrete when installing a wood fence because the moisture from the concrete will rot the posts faster than the moisture in the soil. Other than this exception, we include concrete on each post that is installed.
Q: Do you use company installers or sub contractors?
A: All our installers are hourly employees. They are covered by Washington state Labor & Industries for you protection.
Q: Does your company have any insurance coverage?
A: Absolutely. We have a 2,000,000.00 general liability policy, a 1,000,000.00 commercial automobile policy and a 1,000,000.00 worker’s compensation policy. If the company you are considering hiring does not carry workers compensation, liability or commercial automobile insurance, you may want to rethink your decision to use them because you could end up being liable in the event that something happens on your property.
Q: Does your company provide any warranties for your fence products?
A: Yes we do. Our materials come with lengthy product warranties from the manufacturer and our company offers a 2 year warranty on all vinyl fence installation. we offer a 5 year warranty on chain link and iron fence installations.Wood fence has a 1 year warranty.