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Mission Statement

 

* QUALITY * COMMITTMENT * SERVICE *

 

       Longevity Fence has been building better fences in the greater part of central Texas since 1987.  Our experience ensures the quality every Texan deserves, as well as the longevity to endure Texas' extreme weather.  Having built well into the hundreds of thousands of linear feet of every kind of fence from commercial chain link to Norman Rockwell’s ideal white picket wonder next door, we guarantee a level of excellence that you simply will not find anywhere else.  With a team that is both knowledgeable and professional we will answer your questions, build your dream fence, and treat each and every picket as if it were going in our very own backyard.

 

        Remember, when you choose Longevity Fence you get the greatest comfort a hard working home owner like yourself could possibly ask for...

A team of Texans who aren't in a race.  So if you’re looking to set the bar for your neighbors, then look no further.  Longevity Fence is proud to serve Texas, and are eager to serve excellence.  All we have left is the easy part!  A simple phone call from you!

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Testimonies

We used Longevity fence for a large project on a grass and wooded lot in Bastrop,TX and were very pleased with all aspects of their work, we highly recommend Longevity Fence. Our fence is constructed of cedar and metal and we also have several large, stone columns. The crew arrived on time every day and they were all very nice and helpful. They are hard-working and very pleasant. The crews and owner always asked if we needed anything, showed us what they were doing, asking for input (e.g. on how/where to place columns and posts, deal with trees, etc.) and worked very efficiently. I would use them again for sure, we love the fence.

Brian Clayton