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Deer Fencing Benefits

Deer fencing benefits in Westchester County

Deer fences are an essential part of protecting your garden or yard from these pesky creatures in the Westchester County area.

Deer Fences Are Reliable

Our deer fences are designed to prevent deer from jumping over or running into your Westchester County property. We have the expertise and know-how to install a reliable deer fence that will keep deer out of your yard!

Deer Fences Are Customizable

Our experts can install deer fences using a variety of materials and customizable post options. Choose from wood posts, metal posts, or tapping the fence directly into trees. We can work with nearly all terrain in the Westchester County area.

Deer Fences Are Strong

Our Westchester County deer fences are constructed using seven 7' tall nylon wire or steel mesh. With our professional installation techniques and strong materials, our deer fences are built to withstand the test of time.

We're Here to Help!

When you have fence questions, our team of experts are glad to walk you through the process. Simply reach out by phone or fill our online contact form and connect today!

Buying a Fence in Westchester CountyFence Shopping Made Simple

When you work with the Westchester County fence experts, you can rest easy knowing that our simple fence-buying process will streamline your project and make choosing the right fence easier than ever!

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Our Westchester County New York & Western Connecticut fence buying process
Buying a fence step 1: Measure the property

Take Property Measurements

After contacting our crew, one of our experienced team members will come out to your property and talk through your project, taking accurate measurements so we can provide you with a customized fence quote.

Buying a fence step 2: choose a fence style

Choose a Fence Material

Browse through our selection of fence materials on our website to learn which fencing material will best suit your property! We offer a range of styles and materials to suit residential and commercial properties.

Buying a fence step 3: Delivery & Installation

Professional or DIY Installation

Either work with our team of professionals or install your fence yourself using our professional-grade materials. We aim to make your installation day as seamless as possible with our experienced, professional installation team.

A deer fence is a type of barrier designed to keep deer and other wildlife out of specific areas. It is commonly used to protect crops, gardens, orchards, and landscapes in the Westchester County region from deer browsing and damage. Deer fences are also commonly used to keep deer out of livestock paddocks.

The height of a deer fence is a crucial factor in its effectiveness. For most deer species, a fence height of 7 to 8 feet is recommended to prevent them from jumping over it. However, in areas with larger deer populations or high deer pressure, taller fences may be necessary.

Yes, while deer fences are primarily designed to deter deer, they can also help keep out other wildlife, such as rabbits, groundhogs, and raccoons, that may cause damage to crops and gardens.

Deer fences are typically made from durable materials such as metal or nylon. Some deer fences also use mesh netting. We find that metal and nylon fences are the most efficient at doing the job of keeping deer away in the Westchester County region.

Regulations and permit requirements for installing a deer fence can vary depending on your location and local zoning ordinances. Some fence installations in the Westchester County area do not require a permit. Before installing a fence, it's a good idea to check with your local government or zoning authority to determine if there are any specific rules or permits needed for fencing installations in your area, or give our experts a call and let us help you through the permitting process.

Fortunately, our high-quality deer fencing materials require very little maintenance, but occasional maintenance of a deer fence is important to ensure its continued effectiveness. Inspect the fence periodically for any damage, such as holes or bent posts, and repair them promptly. Trim vegetation around the fence to prevent deer from using it as a jumping platform.