Welcome,

My Name is Tom Tenbrook, I am the owner of FenceCo. I just wanted to welcome you to our new website, we are excited for our new look and more excited at some of the features that we will be adding along the way such as video’s and informational links. We want you to be a well informed consumer because we know the better informed you are the more likely you will choose FenceCo for your next Fence or Automatic Gate project.

We built this company on old fashioned principles and honest work ethic. We treat our customers fair, we treat our employees fair, and we treat our suppliers fair. Although FenceCo has been in business for 20 years, the past 4 years we have really seen a tremendous growth at a time when many fence companies were scaling back and many more closing their doors, FenceCo has nearly quadrupled sales in that time. We moved from a small rented lot in Farmington and bought a 2 1/2 acre commercial location just outside Springdale. We have a great staff, dedicated team members who actually care, care about getting you good value, they care about getting you the right product for the right job, they care about the workmanship they provide, and they are proud of what they have built.

We are FenceCo. We build fences, gates and install gate operators. This is what we do. What we don’t do is decks, gazebo’s, landscaping, concrete, roof’s, vinyl siding, parking lot striping and … I’ve seen ads recently from a lot of companies that do a lot of things. Whats the old adage? Do one thing and do it well. We are FenceCo and we build fence’s right.

Lastly I’d like to leave you with something my Father told me when I was young, ” A man is only as good as his word” FenceCo will treat you fairly, honestly, and respectful. We will give you good value and stand behind the workmanship of every single fence we do……. You Have My Word On It, but don’t just take my word for it, go see what our customers have to say in the review’s section.

Until Next Time,
Tom Tenbrook

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