Fencing is not a profession that can be learned in a day. It’s not even something that can be learned in a year.
Proper, durable fencing takes years to understand and even more to master. A reliable fencing company will be able to adjust to any and all variables to still complete a job on time and on budget. It’s experience that really makes the difference and Able Fence of Columbus has more than 30 years of fencing experience.
Able Fence and Guardrail was established in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1971. In 1984, Able opened a branch office in Columbus, Ohio. In 2009, Earl Lambert and John Dages, two longtime Able employees, purchased the assets of the Columbus branch and established Able Fence of Columbus, Inc. Able Fence is an EDGE certified business.
Able Fence completes commercial, industrial and recreational fencing projects in Central Ohio and service and absolute professionalism. Whether clients need iron gates with electronic operators or more simple chain link fencing, Able Fence has the experience and the employees to get the job done right the first time.
Our main goal is to provide our customers with a superior level of service that is unmatched by our competitors.We strive to produce quality craftsmanship on each and every project and accomplish this by thoroughly training our installers, using only prime materials, and refusing to cut any corners.
Able Fence prides itself on providing the best possible service no matter the client. From something simple quality that other fencing contractors simply cannot match. With a keen attention to detail and an eye on the budget, Able often exceeds clients’ expectations in getting jobs done on time and on budget. Able Fence works closely with clients on projects big and small to ensure that whatever type of fence is put up, it will be as durable as possible. Clients of every size have seen the massive benefits of working with Able Fence in both cost management and quality of work.
Industrial: These applications can include: exterior and interior chain link enclosures, guardrail, wire mesh partitions, security site fencing and gates with access control systems.
Commercial: These areas may require: ornamental picket fencing, privacy fencing, parking lot guardrail, bollards, dumpster or utility enclosures, and barrier arm gates with access controls.
Recreational: Many sites use fence for safety purposes, which include: tennis courts, swimming pools, ball fields with backstops and playgrounds. Fencing for aesthetic purposes could include areas of site fence at parks or public commons.
Find out what fence would work best for your business by calling 614-253-8587 today.