What Would Raise The Cost of My Project?

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Possible contingencies which may add Labor Charges include but are not limited to: major demolition, digging in concrete, building on a slope, building above 8' tall (from the ground), porous earth, untame/unleashed pets, tree roots, falling branches, sprinkler systems, plumbing, gas lines, old fence posts, buried treasure, crazy neighbors, restricted access to the property, or restricted parking.

We do everything we can to stay true to the final price enclosed on this bid, and most of the time we do; however, please note that there may be additional charges due to unpredictable circumstances.
It should be included in the bid and 99% of the time it is.
We will be in communication immediately for any of these possible circumstances.

  • DIGGING: 90% of the time, these charges only apply to the digging.

We do everything that we can to not charge extra, but the digging process is unpredictable. 
You never know what is under the ground.

Essentially,there is only an increase of price depending on the difficulty of the situation and the amount of time spent.

Arian Harwell, Lead Designer

I grew up building custom furniture in Taos, New Mexico with my Dad. We did it all. When we moved west we liked the weather and decided to build outdoors. Over the years we met a bunch of skilled craftsmen who like making fences and gates with us.