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We do! The best way to get an accurate quote is to draw us a picture of your project with gate locations. This allows us to break your project down for you and only sell you what you need to do the job. Some locations can even rent out equipment and tools to help!
We install all residential fences based on deposit dates. We try to give an approximate install time but things like weather, equipment malfunctions, and sick days can affect this timeline. Once you see public utilities marked, that is the best indication that we are on our way soon. The foreman of the project will also give you a call the day before they get out there to meet with you on the first day of the project.
Previously we were Mild Fence, Great Falls Fence, Bridger Fence, and Frontier Fence. We changed our name in 2021 to better reflect the growing family of branches across the state…and to not accidentally bid against each other on projects.
We try our best to install your fence within the time frame you’re given when we receive your deposit. Examples of a schedule change can include weather events, sick employees, accidents, or unforeseen equipment issues.
Yes! It is crucial that you meet the crew on the job site on the first day to go through the layout of your project and review what you have contracted with Montana Fence. It is also essential to be there when the project is completed.
You, the customer, are responsible for any clearing, brush/tree removal, or leveling/grade work, which needs to be completed prior to the arrival of the install crew. Clearing, tree removal, etc. is not typically a part of the fence building process unless otherwise noted on the contract.
When fencing property lines, it is your responsibility to clearly have survey pins visible or the fence’s layout marked.
You will want to make sure you have secured approval from your HOA and the county if there are special covenants.
The average fence project takes 1 – 1 ½ weeks to complete. In some circumstances, we install your posts the first week (this allows the concrete to set and gives us time to build your gates to fit the actual gate opening) and finish the fence approximately 6 – 9 business days later.
Montana Fence is responsible for having the public utilities marked.
It is your, the owner’s, responsibility to have any private, underground utilities marked, including sewer, drain field, septic lines, water/well lines, propane gas, privately installed electricity to outbuildings, etc.
Montana Fence is not responsible for locating or repairing underground sprinkler lines or heads. Please have your underground sprinkler lines and heads well-marked. If we punch through a line, we will pull it so you know to have it repaired.
First, an estimator will meet you at your property to go through the scope of your project. You will receive an estimate via email. If it lines up with your expectations, you will sign the contract online. To get into the schedule, we need half of the total project cost as a deposit.
We install fences based on the date of your deposit. If someone cancels, everyone moves forward in the schedule.
The balance of your payment is due upon completion of your fence. Once it has been completed, we will email an invoice.
Yes, we offer a 6-month financing program through Wells Fargo. The credit application must be completed prior to the installation of your fence. We ask that you pay the deposit and finance the remaining balance.
We accept all credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and more.
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We offer free estimates at all of our locations. Get in touch to schedule a time that works best for you! We’ll walk the fence line, talk about your project, and get you an accurate quote for your next fence installation.

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