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#5863695 - 08/04/15 08:58 PM High Fencing Question
ram hunter 1964 Offline
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Im looking into high Fencing about 1 sq mile of fence. What is the cost of running fence? Anybody have any recomended companies?
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#5863755 - 08/04/15 09:24 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
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I don't know much about fencing but it's quoted in linear feet. A perfect square would have four miles of fence, a rectangle half a mile by two miles long, would have five.
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#5863809 - 08/04/15 09:53 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
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Probably looking at about 17000-19000 per mile depending on soil or rock.
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#5863830 - 08/04/15 10:00 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: Lazyman]
therancher Offline
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19-20 g's a mile.
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#5864123 - 08/05/15 08:40 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: therancher]
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Just pricing out materials, no labor or clearing of the fence line, it's around $2 to $3 a foot depending on what you use and how five t posts then a pipe for the run, plus who knows what for turns, dips and creeks

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#5864148 - 08/05/15 08:56 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
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So a mile = 5280 ft and so based on your $3 a foot material estimate 5280 x3 = $1580 in material. So $19k-20K sounds like a bargain for an installed fence.

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#5864572 - 08/05/15 01:20 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
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I am getting quotes now for 3 miles. No water gaps and one gate/entrance. 5 corner braces, 20 ft T Post spacing, etc. First bid in was $4.45 ft. Materials and labor.

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#5864583 - 08/05/15 01:26 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
txbobcat Offline
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Yall pricing 6x6 wire or 6x12 ?

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#5864681 - 08/05/15 02:40 PM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: therancher]
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Originally Posted By: therancher
19-20 g's a mile.


That about how much the material will run. $3.19 a foot. I don't think that is including the labor cost.
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#5867850 - 08/07/15 10:54 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
txbobcat Offline
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Anyone else have recent pricing?

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#5867857 - 08/07/15 10:59 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: TonyinVA]
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Originally Posted By: TonyinVA
So a mile = 5280 ft and so based on your $3 a foot material estimate 5280 x3 = $1580 in material. So $19k-20K sounds like a bargain for an installed fence.


Isn't 3 x 5280 = 15,840?
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#5867874 - 08/07/15 11:11 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: postoak]
nsmike Offline
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Originally Posted By: postoak
Originally Posted By: TonyinVA
So a mile = 5280 ft and so based on your $3 a foot material estimate 5280 x3 = $1580 in material. So $19k-20K sounds like a bargain for an installed fence.


Isn't 3 x 5280 = 15,840?

Installed is materials plus labor. 20K installed minus 16K material = 4K for labor.
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#5867910 - 08/07/15 11:32 AM Re: High Fencing Question [Re: ram hunter 1964]
artrios60 Offline
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Paying right at $5/ft w/ 4 tpost between pipe all galvanized
Coleman area

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