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Loudoun Deck and Fence

318 South St SE
Leesburg, VA 20175703-737-0710

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Kenny Williams Constr

39090 Logans Creek Ln
Leesburg, VA 20175703-771-8727

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Stellar Builders

42476 Whites Ferry Rd
Leesburg, VA 20176703-669-1849

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Virginia Deck and Patio

932 Edwards Ferry Rd NE # 40
Leesburg, VA 20176703-723-7676

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D & D Siding & Roofing

41553 Reservoir Rd
Leesburg, VA 20175703-327-2387

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Woodscape

673 Potomack Station Dr #642
Leesburg, VA 20176703-779-5696

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Methods and Limitations

Good fences cost good money. Though some homeowners opt to DIY the job, most count on fence builders to help with the design and handle the construction. We found some in the area that were highly rated by their customers; unfortunately, we also found some that weren’t held in high regard at all. And our mystery shoppers discovered huge price differences among companies bidding on the same job.

Begin by reviewing and deciding on fence type, materials, finish, height, spacing and width of slats, and post size. Also decide whether you want extras such as latticework or an electronic gate. Most fence builders provide catalogs you can examine.

Most of us have made unwise furniture purchases that a bit of planning would have prevented. Before shopping, evaluate your budget, how you’ll use the furniture, how it fits in with your other furniture and tastes, and other considerations.

Since most garden centers buy—rather than raise—most of what they sell, there is room for tremendous variation in buying ability and buying standards. The opinions we collected from consumers on garden centers reflect this big variation in quality.