S&B Fencing is a locally owned and operated business serving DFW.

The Team That Delivers Results

Integrity | Commitment | Excellence | Respect

We are dedicated to excellence and have a proven track record of quality workmanship, delivered as promised.

Terry Fletcher

Cheryl Fletcher

Brandon Fletcher

Sean Fletcher

Dayton Osborne

The Fletcher Family - Owners


We Believe Quality Provides

Peace Of Mind

At S&B Fencing, we believe that quality provides peace of mind. We know that there are "contractors" and then there are craftsmen, and we take pride in being the latter. For us, being craftsmen means providing a high-quality product that not only mirrors the integrity of the builder, but provides the peace of mind that our clients deserve.

We believe that a fence is more than just a boundary between your home and your neighbors. It is an investment in your future, a source of pride, and a symbol of security. And we believe that the quality of your fence should reflect these values. At S&B Fencing, we are committed to providing our clients with the highest quality fencing products and services, and we are proud of the work that we do.

We believe that our commitment to quality and our passion for craftsmanship set us apart from other fencing companies, and we are proud to bring that level of excellence to every project we undertake.

Earning Your Trust First & Your Business Second

Read about our frequency Asked Questions

How close to a property line can you install a fence?

Typically, fences are installed anywhere from 2 to 8 inches from a property line in most areas. Some areas might allow to go right up to a property line, especially if you live in an urban row house where every inch makes a difference!

How tall should a perimeter fence be?

A security fence should be, at a minimum, six foot high. Most security fences are closer to 8 or even ten feet tall, and some sites, like prisons, demand fences that are fourteen feet or even higher.

How far off the ground should the bottom of the fence be?

Starting at an end post, mark the placement for rails. The bottom rail should be located at least six inches above the ground. This helps keep the boards away from ground moisture, preventing decay, and makes it easier to trim grass if present.

Who owns both sides of a fence?

As long as both property owners use the fence - that is, both parties own the land that touches the fence or have a fence on their own property that attaches to the boundary fence (such as a dog-run fence) - then both property owners are equally responsible for the cost of maintenance and repairs of the shared fence.

Can you attach a fence to an existing fence?

Fence toppers attach to the top of an existing fence to make it taller. That’s why they’re sometimes referred to as fence extensions. They may be strictly decorative, or increase privacy by adding a solid panel that raises the fence height. Fence toppers may match the existing fence, or create visual interest by incorporating a different design and


What is the maximum distance between fence


For most residential fences 8′ between posts is the maximum. Commercial fences (industrial chain link, for example) typically can handle up to 10′ spacing because of their stronger frames. All things being equal, the closer the posts are together the better it is for the fence.

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