At FloriFence, we are passionate about what we do. Our team of fence installation contractors has decades of combined experience and an enthusiasm for their work that is delivered with every new job. While many of us have been working together for years, we are always excited to have a new member of the team who is passionate about construction work and ready to give back to our team dynamic.
We encourage those interested in carpentry, design, or any form of construction work to consider specializing in fence installations because of the many perks of this job. If you’re interested in a career in fence installation or a similar occupation, here’s what you should know before you start:
Creativity is a big part of the job.
Our clients don’t just hire us to install their fences. They come to us looking for experts in design, installation, and proper care for their fences. A big part of our job is designing a fence that not only looks good but will stand the test of time. If you enjoy working with your hands and thinking outside the box, fencing construction may be a rewarding career path for you.
Fence installations are safer than some other construction jobs.
Fence installations can be dangerous, especially when cutting and sizing posts and pickets. However, in comparison to roofing, electrical, and commercial work, fence installations are relatively safe. We take care to use safety precautions at every step. With careful attention to detail, you can avoid most on-the-job injuries.
Fence construction is different in every state.
Different states have different guidelines for what you can and cannot install on residential and commercial properties. Climate and population also greatly affect the designs that are most popular with customers, as well as what will last for decades. For example, wood fences are less popular in Florida than in other regions because of their susceptibility to water damage. It’s important to hire contractors who understand the state-specific guidelines and region for your fence installation.
Fencing is hard but rewarding work.
Like any other construction contractor, fence installers work long days out in the sun and are expected to perform physically demanding work every day. However, for those who enjoy working with their hands or who find office work to be boring, this is a job that provides plenty of rewarding work. You can see your progress every day, and will go home feeling satisfied after a long day of hard work.
Our customers are the best part of our jobs.
At FloriFence, we build relationships with our clients that often last for years. We take a more personal approach, and in turn thoroughly enjoy working with people on creating a home or business storefront that makes them proud.
Fence installations are hard work, but we love what we do and are proud of the work we put out there every day. If you’re interested in learning more about working with FloriFence, contact our front office today.