Local: 970-241-1473 (Grand Junction) or Local: 719-542-5076 (Pueblo)

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Grand Junction

832 21 1/2 Road
Grand Junction, CO 81505

Phone: 970-241-1473
Fax: 970-241-1475
Toll Free: 800-748-2336

Email:
Grand Junction Office

Todd Jurgens

Jerry Orman

Joe Velarde

 

 

Pueblo

211 Santa Fe Drive
Pueblo, CO 81006

Phone: 719-542-5076
Fax: 719-542-5078
Toll Free: 800-748-2422

Email:
Pueblo Office

Joel Graham

Travis Vialpando

Matt Pettitt

Taylor Fence - Grand Junction

Taylor Fence Company

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FAQs
How do i get a quote?
Obtaining a quote is easy! Just give us a call or send us an email and set up an appointment. Due to fences not being in a controlled environment we ask to come to the residence or project site so we can better assess the terrain, landscape, digging conditions and accessibility. We will discuss all options and/ or obstacles which may arise and then return a quote to you in a timely manner via desired format; email, phone call, mail or fax.
Where are your Products Made?
Proudly Made in the USA! Chain link mesh is manufactured in our very own Grand Junction Facility. Vinyl material is purchased from HomeLand Vinyl Products Inc. manufactured in Ogden, UT.  Our wood and cedar products are purchased form a few different lumber mills located in Oregon & Colorado.
Do you provide residential products and Services?
Absolutely!  We carry a variety of products on hand and can fabricate gates, panels, etc. at both of our locations to serve the public. We can provide the material and knowledge required to complete every fencing project! We can also come out to your residence* and give you a FREE estimate on building your fence!
What type of fence do you build?
Residential: Vinyl Privacy (Solid & Semi), Vinyl Picket, Vinyl Basketweave, Vinyl 2 & 3 Rail, Cedar Privacy, Cedar Picket, Cedar Split Rail, Pine Dowel Rail, Pine Bolt on Rail, Chain Link, SimTek, Ornamental Iron, Trex, Field, Wildlife and many other subsidiaries.

Commercial: Chain Link, Barbwire, Ornamental Iron, Ball Parks, Back Stops, Golf Netting, Vinyl Privacy (Solid & Semi), Vinyl Picket, Vinyl Basketweave, Vinyl 2 & 3 Rail, Cedar Privacy, Cedar Picket, Cedar Split Rail, Pine Dowel Rail, Pine Bolt on Rail, SimTek, Trex, Field, Wildlife and many other subsidiaries.

Why Cedar?
Western red cedar from Thuja plicata, is a red-brown, aromatic, decay-resistant lumber used for outdoor construction. Unlike pine which is a very soft timber that has difficulty holding its shape, warps in humid conditions, dents and breaks easily. Pressure treated wood is not considered to be a very environmentally friendly material; this type of wood has toxic materials in it. We have also seen when treated posts are used for fencing they do not hold their vertical structure, they bow and warp in the summer Colorado climate.
How Tall can my fence be?
Residence within city/ county limits must abide by their city’s/county’s ordinances and code’s. Max height is usually 6’(feet) unless a special permit is obtained by the homeowner. Many fences have predefined heights created by the manufacturer, not to say that a special order couldn’t be made but you will need to inquire about availability before assuming all heights are available in your desired material.
Who installs my fence?
We take great pride in our workmanship and products so all of our crews are employed by Taylor Fence. Our crews are fully insured and covered by workers compensation. While many of our workers can install most styles of fencing we have specialty crews to complete even the most technical gate operator, ornamental iron, cedar, etc. project. Our crews have a combined 105+ years of fencing experience!
Can you build a fence in winter?
Sure, our crews have adapted to many different work environments ranging from the desserts of Utah to the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.  When the ground freezes we use rock bits on our augers and drilling equipment. When concrete is required we use accelerating admixtures to increase the rate of early strength development, reduce the time required for curing and protection, especially useful for modifying the properties of concrete in cold weather.
Can you install my material?
Our materials, labor and workmanship always comes with a 1 year warrantee! We are unable to place a warrantee on material and the functionality of that product unless it is our own and we will not put our mark of approval on anything less than the best for our customers.
What size gate can i get?
Gate size should always be determined by usage and location.

Standard Walk gates span from 3’ utility openings up to 5’ small equipment openings. Gates should always try to be hinged off of the fence line instead of an independent post. Latch posts are always suggested to receive the striker, do not mount the latch to your house or siding, as it may cause damage when the gate slams closed.

Drive Gates are usually 10’ openings and can be larger if required for larger turn radiuses and/ or equipment. Typically drive gates are a pair of swing gates not just a single gate leaf. The maximum opening for a gate is determined by the material used. For example a light weight chain link gate can easily be 30’ where a cedar or vinyl gate maxes out around 14’ due to the structure and weight. (Frames can be custom built to create larger sized gates). Drive gates can also be constructed to run with the fence line, these gates are called cantilevers or rolling gates. These gates will require the fence line to be longer than the gate opening in order to fully open.

Post size will play a major factor in the gate size. The correct diameter and material should be used for each application. This may range from a 2 3/8” schedule 40 pipe all the way up to an 8 5/8” schedule 40 pipe. Speak to a fencing professional before setting your posts.

Gates are built to fit an opening or the posts should be set to the gate size plus hardware. If you have set your posts, measure the “gate opening” from the inside of the post to the inside of the other post and the gate will be built in accordance to that opening and space required for hardware.