CARPENTRY

Wood Fence Installations
& Wooden Gate Repairs

Hello!

 
We’re happy you found us. We will work on answering questions below likewhat Edward’s Enterprises Redwood & Cedar Fence or Gate Repairs & Replacements does, where we work, how much we charge for all sorts of Dryrot damaged fence replacement or Wood gate repair.

The short version is Edward’s Enterprises is a General Contractor & Hourly Handyman here to help you spruce up your Prefab redwood fence project or adjusting sagging gates at your home or business.
 
Our eager team of employees work together on installing wooden fencing mounted on round steel posts or replacing privacy lattice toppers.

Ready to schedule your next fence or gate repair work order? We love to hear directly from new customers. Give us a call!
 
If you would rather look around our site & see if we are the right fit for your home fence project, we have laid out all the important details below. If you get lost, there is a helpful site & page menu above.
 
Let’s go!

Thanks for inquiring! Edward’s Enterprises team can do many wood fencing installations & gate repairs such as:

 

  • Redwood fencing installed
  • Cedar fence installations
  • Wood gate repairs
  • Gate latch replacements
  • Pressure treated posts replaced
  • Leaning fences repaired
  • Dog ear fence panels installed
  • Steel fence posts installed
  • Flat top fencing repaired
  • Painting wood fences & gates
  • Staining wood fences & gates
  • Painting wrought iron fences
  • Steel gates painted
  • Redwood lattice installed
  • Vinyl privacy lattice replaced
  • Double wood gates installed

Wondering if we can assist you with your fence or gate replacement? Call our team to explain your gate or wood fence installation project!

Edward’s Enterprises’ labor rates for fence & gate projects start at:

 

Start at $169* for the first hour of each trip & $119 an hour after that (that’s for 2 employees)

 
Rates listed above are the usual check or cash rates per hour for labor charged to our customers for repairing & installing new wood gates or fencing (not including dump disposal fees or materials). Larger fence projects may need an onsite consultation before starting any work. This way we can take measurements, photographs, & prepare a material & scope of work plan.

We charge for all time included in a customer’s project, including purchasing or delivering materials, & offsite work like painting lumber prior to an installation, or for the time to haul away debris. This allows us to take on smaller projects for our fence & gate clients, rather than only lump sum projects with much higher minimums to show up.
 
Thanks to our processing partner Paypal, we do accept most major credit & debit cards now! Rates are slightly higher, please call our office for all of the details.
 
*$169 to $189 is the first hour of work charge depending on zip code of the job location. Some exclusions do apply, like same-day, after hours or weekend service or customers with pre-arranged billing agreements. Communities outside of our area of operations will be charged additional travel costs. We would be happy to answer any of your pricing questions, please call for details!

“Edward’s Enterprises has done several jobs for us both small and large and all have been done with a level of expertise and professionalism that any one can appreciate. Edward personally goes that extra step to make sure everything is done correct the first time.”

- Eric S. | Residential Customer

“I would highly recommend Edward’s Enterprises to everyone…”

- Liz L. | Camarillo Handyman Customer

Keep these queries coming! Reasons to select Edward’s Enterprises for your next carpentry repair project include:

 

EE Check Established Company: Edward’s Enterprises has been a locally owned & operated small business since 1896.

 

EE Check Licensed: We are a licensed General & Plumbing Contractor with the Contractor’s State License Board (B857752) since 2005.

 

EE Check Insured: Insured to protect our residential & commercial customers as well as our employees.

 

EE CheckResponsive: Available by phone & email, our team is responsive to our customers & will communicate with you before, during, & after your finish carpentry project.

 

EE CheckClear Information: We explain our hourly rates on our website & by phone before we schedule any work so that you know what we charge.

 
 
Review your EE Check list to see how Edward’s Enterprises can provide you with top notch service.

You can contact Edward’s Enterprises in our office about our finish & rough carpentry services by filling out our handy form below:

 

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If forms & emails are a real drag for you, then give our office a CALL:
 

805-987-2441

 
A real live person will (unless the Zombie apocalypse has finally happened or every line is busy) answer!

 
Our office is open from 8am to 5pm Pacific Standard Time Monday to Friday.
We are available after hours & on weekends by phone for emergencies.

Great Question! Edward’s Enterprises is usually available for woodworking repairs:

 

Office: Monday through Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm by phone in our office to schedule carpentry projects & ask questions about service.

 
Field: As far as scheduling work, for our typical rates listed above (I know we didn’t skip that section) we normally schedule work Monday through Friday from 7am to 4pm (holidays, meetings, kids with flus may affect availability).

 
Most projects get a 2 hour window of arrival, so expect something like 7am to 9am, or 10am to 12pm, or even 1pm to 3pm window.
 
We are available for emergency carpentry work based on a first come first serve system & whether or not we have a crew available. Expect to pay more for these types of calls (we have employees & overtime is what it is).
 
If you need us to come outside of those times, expect to pay a bit more, or experience different restrictions like job minimums, etc.

To see if Edward’s Enterprises can handle a carpentry improvement project at your office, store or home, you can check a few places:

 

There is a helpful site menu drop down called “Cities”. Select that & you can see if your city is in our “service area”.

You can review the city list at the bottom of the page.
 
You can visit Our Cities Page which is really just a “Cities” list page (don’t tell the page menu, it just makes it jealous).
 
You can contact us at 805-987-2441 & give us your “exact” coordinates.
 
If you don’t see your community on the list, but you’re close by give us a call. We may be able to service your carpentry repair request or schedule an onsite consultation for an additional minimum hour charge and/or travel charge.

Sometimes the answer to this question depends on how much stock of either the company you are purchasing has on hand. But what, if any, is the real difference between the two when discussing fencing in particular? For this discussion we are focusing on the pickets themselves, as opposed to the post or stringer as we typically install metal posts with treated 2X3 stringers or treated 4X4 posts with treated 2X4 stringers.
 
— Cedar has (common) Redwood beat in the price category, but not by much depending on where you live or where you are buying.
 
— Cedar is a light yellow wood while Redwood typically has an earthier brown/red tone, & each will definitely give you a certain look if you are planning on leaving it raw.
 
— If you are painting or staining the wood fence after installation Cedar may be the better choice over Redwood because of the price difference.
 
— As for strength & durability, if we use the Janka hardness test Redwood is the clear winner, but unless you are using your fence to catch errant foul balls Cedar (for pickets) should be more than satisfactory.
 
— While most fencing contractors will recommend redwood to prevent termite damage, Cedar & Redwood contain tannin, which is a natural insect repellent, but Redwood contains more & may outlast Cedar in a head to head race to rot.
 
As you can see the differences between the 2 types of picket are not so large & the choice will often come down to general appearance goals & price!

Don't find out the hard way why maintenance on fences is key! A few hours 2-3 times a year could be the difference between wood fencing that last for 20-30 years or a fence that needs to be replaced too soon.
 
Every 3-6 months you should check your fence for peeling, splintering, mold or breakage, especially at the base of posts & pickets, & the tops of stringers where water can pool or collect. bIf you have a vinyl fence summers can dry out & create brittle components like caps that need to be inspected.
 
Also look for signs of termite damage & infestation. If you find signs of termites, then you may want to consider spot treatment by an exterminator, especially if the fence is attached to your home, as you may have a larger undiscovered issue.
 
Next, depending on the style of wood & fence, you may want to sand off rough edges or protruding splits, these can provide an entry point for wood destroying insects or dry rot fungus.
 
The next few procedures may take a bit longer; however, they only need to be preformed every year or two. Painted fences may start to look old when they start peeling & become flaky & chipped, & the loss of the paint's protection will lead to weathering & insect entry more readily. Scraping, painting & sealing can lengthen the life of your fence. First, scrape away flakes & chips before painting. Then use a primer & an outdoors paint to paint the fence. Afterwards, or instead of painting if you prefer a natural look, you may want to seal the fence with a clear or transparent product to help preserve it.

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