Frequently Asked Questions

Pricing and payment

How do you calculate my price?

We use satellite images to calculate the amount of linear feet necessary for your fence. We also confirm those measurements in person. The type of fence you choose and whether or not it has a gate also affects the price.

How can I pay for my fence?

To save you time, payment can be done online via credit card. Your card on file will be charged automatically after the installation is complete. We also accept paper checks and ACH payments.

Is my credit card information safe?

The safety of your information is extremely important to us! To keep it safe, your payment information goes directly to Stripe, a PCI Level I certified payment processing system that securely stores credit card information and processes your payments. Your payment information is never stored on our site.
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Can I split the cost of my fence with my neighbor?

Absolutely! If you and a neighbor share a fence and both agree to split the cost, we can bill each of you separately.

How should I approach my neighbor about splitting the cost of my fence?

We understand that entering financial agreements with friends and neighbors can be awkward, so we’ve set up a system to work directly with everyone involved using separate invoicing. That saves you the hassle of having to front all the money and then ask your neighbors for reimbursement.

Keep in mind that California’s Good Neighbor Fence Act stipulates that mutually beneficial property dividers such as fences should be a shared cost between neighbors.

If the fence runs along a property line you share with a neighbor, the installation could benefit both of you. First, broach the subject of the fence as a shared resource with your neighbor. If they agree that the fence offers them benefits too, that’s a good time to propose the idea of sharing costs.

Tips and tricks for talking to your neighbor:

  • If you don’t have their phone number or email, write a note and slip it under their door or put it in their mailbox.
  • Invite them outside near the property line to view the fence together. Point out the wear and tear, and why it may be a safety hazard.
  • Explain that a fence can be an investment piece to add beauty and value to their yard. According to Realty Times, privacy wood fences “can net a profit of at least 50% of the material and installation costs on resale.”
  • Let ezhome handle the tough conversation! Just share your neighbor’s email and/or phone number with us, and we’re happy to reach out to them directly.

We can also work with you to issue a custom quote that’s broken down by square footage and gates, showing exactly who will owe what.

Does ezhome have financing available?

We have two plans available for financing for projects over $3,500. One is a 6-month interest free financing option, and the other is a reduced rate APR plan.