New Fence Installation


Residential & Commercial Chain Link

  • Vinyl
  • Galvanized
  • 3 foot to 10 foot Heights

Chain Link Fence Repairs
Residential & Commercial Gates

  • 4 foot to 6 foot Heights



Pickett Fences

  • Assorted Styles
  • 3 Foot to 6 Foot Heights

Stockade Fences

  • Spruce & Pressure Treated Panels
  • 4 Foot & 6 Foot Heights

Split Rail Fences

  • 2 Rail & 3 Rail
  • Wire Mesh Optional

6 Foot High Board on Board Fences

  • 1 by 4 Boards
  • 1 by 6 Boards
  • 3 1/2 Foot, 4, 5, 6, 0r 8 Foot Heights

Repair of all Wood Fences
Other Styles Available

Our Fencing Service

Having great looking residential fences can really add value to your property by adding privacy and curb appeal. When you are looking at your fencing options, you want it made with a company that offers great customer service, affordable pricing options and quality that lasts. With Quality Way Fence Company, you get that and a lot more.

Our professional fence team takes pride in serving you the best we can. We finish our projects in a timely manner with the highest quality of materials. This not only provides you with satisfaction of good-looking residential fences, but you’ll be getting a fence that stands the test of time.

Something to Consider

Residential Galvanized chain linkWhether the intent is privacy, aesthetics, or utility, a fence can only satisfy if properly designed and built. It’s important to know exactly what the fence will be used for. The purpose of the fence will dictate what style the fence should be as well as what method of fence construction and what type of materials should be used.

Is the fence meant to keep animals and people in or out? Is the fencing intended to offer privacy, a sanctuary away from others? Or is the fence meant to be an attractive addition to your yard? An experienced fencing contractor can help you determine what kind of fence and what fencing materials best suits your needs. A reputable residential fences construction company will also work with utility services when it is time to begin installation.

The type of fence you choose should depend on two factors—aesthetics and utility. If your main reason for installing residential fences is privacy, for example, then your best bet is likely a stockade fence, which has vertical boards that are very close together. If you want to add a sense of style to your lawn, on the other hand, you might want to consider an ornamental fence such as a wrought-iron fence or a tubular aluminum fence.

After considering the options, many homeowners narrow their choice down to either wood or vinyl. Both types of fences offer different benefits and drawbacks, so make sure to consult your contractor. Wood fences, for example, are generally cheaper upfront, but they aren’t as durable as vinyl fences and require more maintenance. Vinyl fences won’t need to be touched up as often, as the paint is embedded in the material. Finally, wood fences are biodegradable, though vinyl fences can also be recycled.

Before any digging can commence to install your new fence, the Utility Protection Service in Virginia and Maryland, commonly called Miss Utility, must be consulted to ensure that no underground utility lines will be disrupted during the dig. Miss Utility can be reached by dialing 811. After relating the project information, Miss Utility will come out, usually within three days, and mark the lines. The excavator will then be notified when it’s OK to dig.

Fences We Can Create

Our professional fencing team can create the following styles for your home or business:

  • Galvanized chain link
  • Commercial chain link
  • Vinyl
  • Stockade
  • Split rail