a 4- to 6-foot tall privacy fence typically runs between $10 and $30 per foot to install, including materials. depending on the type of wood you choose and the type of structure you need, installation can cost range from $8 up to $100 per foot. materials alone usually run $7 to $15 per foot but be $4 to $75 per foot.
if youre looking for 2019 breakdown for cost of vinyl coated link fence materials and what installation cost might be, youve come to the right place. as an experienced licensed home improvement contractor, i know first hand what it should cost for various levels from basic, better, and of course the best.
chain-link fences cost about $75 to $200 per 50-foot roll, or $1.50 to $4 per foot not including posts, rails, hardware, or labor. composite fencing costs about $400 for an eight-foot panel typically sold in bundles of five , which totals about $50 per foot.
vinyl chain link at 3 foot high goes for $150 to $200 per 50 foot roll , the same type at 6 feet high will fetch around $350 per roll and 12 foot high fences go for $600 to $700. installation will work out to be around $250 for half day and double that for the full day.
with professional installation it can cost $0.50-$4 a foot, depending on materials and terrain, or $450-$3,500 to enclose a square acre. do-it-yourself installation of a high tensile electric fence to control livestock or wildlife costs about $0.05-$0.75 a foot, or $50-$650 to enclose a square acre.
a 4'-6' tall vinyl semi-privacy or privacy fence typically costs $12-$25 or more a foot for materials, or with one gate about $1,300-$3,000 for 100' and $3,600-$8,000 for 300', depending on height and materials. with installation, total costs can be $15-$70 or more a foot,
for an existing 209-foot fence, the cost would be $418-$1,045 for removal and disposal. a zoning permit may be needed for fence installations in some residential areas, particularly if the fence is above a certain height, and this can cost between $200-$400 for a contractor to obtain.