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2051 County Line RdWarrington, PA 18976Map & Directions
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TollFree: (800) 564-1200
County Line Fence & Outdoor Products
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Specialties: Barns, Swimming Pools, Breeders, Pet Containment, Garden, Outdoor, Exterior, Kennels
People please do not buy from this company!!!! The customer service is horrible we had a fence put in and less then 1 yr it selltled and when my husband ask them to fix it they said 700.00! They never took the time to cement the posts in when they first installed the fence the owner then cane out and realized they made a mistake but refused to help us out!! See for yourself then you decide!! Please do not waste your money!!
... seriously wish I'd researched this business before placing ink on paper or fund in their pocket, and I understand now why so many seek foreign services rather than American. Looks like integrity has been bred out of the majority of US businesses.
Two weeks & a day prior to leaving this review I spoke with a very polite, professional woman who assured me that a, "technician" would be in contact with me. And that is where the professionalism ended, as she shared that the damage I described was, "probably due to high winds"... yet the salesman (who sold me this bill of sales) stated that the materials installed were, "tested against hurricane force winds in Florida"!
So yesterday was Monday (keep in mind, 2 wks. later) and yet another woman informed me that a salesman (... a salesman?) would would be in contact with me within the hour.
It's Tuesday. No one from their organization has contacted me.
The moral to this story is, apparently from the mixed reviews found here, it's a crap shoot when dealing with County Line Fencing. A few of you came out satisfied.
The majority of customers get $#!+ upon.
Had a split rail fence installed at my home this summer. Looks great and adds value to my home. The installation process was smooth and fast. All the people involved were very professional including the inside people and the salesman Marco. I would recommand this company to do business with.
10/17/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Clearly, County Line Dense - er, Fence - has never heard the words ""Customer Service"". In August 2011 we made the huge mistake of contracting with these clowns to repair our horse fence, and to replace any posts and rails that, in their professional opinion, needed replacing. The estimate was several thousand dollars, which included a diagram indicating what they'd repair and what they'd replace.
The day they were scheduled to begin, I stayed home from work, but no one came from County Line, or answered their office phone. I called throughout the day, growing ever more frustrated, but all I got was voice mail.
The next day when I called yet again, I was advised that everyone had been at a company picnic the day before. This should have been my clue to cancel the contract and find another fence company.
I wish I had. The fence was put up quickly, but no one came from the company to supervise or check the work once completed. The men who installed the fence did not seem to be receiving any instruction from HQ about what needed to be done, so I called and reiterated the need for cementing the posts.
Everything looked good for about a month, until the fence literally began to disintegrate before our eyes, and our horses took to simply popping the gate off its hinges and strolling out, or leaning on posts which had not been cemented as contracted, and so easily gave way to provide egress.Rails were splitting like toothpicks, while I called and emailed to complain.
Finally, ""Matt"" came from County Line. Matt noted that the posts had not been cemented as I had repeatedly requested, and commented that the gate had been incorrectly hung, but he did nothing to remedy the situation. Instead, adding insult to injury, Matt condescendingly advised me that, ""horses are big animals
06/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Our yard is a nice size, just shy of a half acre. There was an old wood post fence with 3 rails up that has seen its better days. We call county line fence and one of their reps came out and gave us an estimate for a new wood post gate with 3 rails, cost to remove the old gate and to clean out some over grown bushes in the rear of the yard. This took place at their peak season (spring time), after recieving half , they came out a few weeks later and did a wonderful job. Evening after paying 5 grand for the fence we still tipped the 3 workers 20 bucks a piece.
04/09/2011Provided by Citysearch -
BEWARE!!! WORST FENCE COMPNAY IN THE AREA. CLF is a bunch of inexperienced scam artists. They sent out a “crew” without having any representative from the company check on their work. All the “workers” kept saying in broken English was that the job was “lots of work, too much work”. We returned home the day of the installation to find the old fence (that per our contract was supposed to be removed), an old section of fence still standing, they tore up my neighbor’s driveway, and DESTROYED our retaining wall. After calling the owner (who screamed at me like I DID SOMETHING WRONG) he informed us that he turned us over to his lawyer (who I am not even sure is legit and who told me he is the owners best friend). His lawyer sent me something in writing promising that if we remitted the final payment it would all be taken care of. We did our part and here are we 2 months later; their solution was “$50 of patch from home depot”. They NEVER fixed my neighbors driveway. This occurred from the “crew” using their truck to rip out our fence and posts from the wall!?! Who does this? This is unacceptable and a disgrace! They should be ashamed of themselves for how unprofessional they are. DO NOT USE THEM! Oh, after contacting me about remitting the final payment; their lawyer went on to tell me that his friend DAN the owner, has such a “big heart”. He told me that even after DAN sues people he will turn the money over to charity?! Oh, my what a joke!
03/31/2011Provided by Citysearch -
My neighbor and I bought the recycled plastic chairs a couple of years ago
Not even a year later, they faded into some absolutely HIDEOUS colors. The hardware which wasn't supposed to rust did and some came loose.
We learned they are made by a company in New Holland PA called Casual Living.
These chairs looked very nice when they were new and were VERY expensive and are supposed to last forever, but turns out they are absolute garbage and biggest waste of money ever. I don't know how they continue to get away selling them.
04/28/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Very good experience with company. Sales rep was friendly & professional. Company has a showroom that I was able to go in & see the product on site. Installers were wonderful. Very professional did a great job, everything cleaned up. Would definately recommend this company.
09/18/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Multiple problems with this company. We live behind a school and have an in ground pool. We were assured that when County Line was taking down the old fence and putting up the new one it would NEVER be left open at any time. We had three gates installed, the one on the school side was installed backwards so the lock was on the outside. We would have to walk around the block to unlock it! When they came out to fix this I came home and they had left the gate open while they went back to Warrington to get parts. Kids were out at recess with a gate open to an inground pool! They then had to put a new post in because they ruined the first one changing the lock. About a month ago I noticed one of the the gates was leaning to one side. That was because there was only one screw in the hinge! It took one man and 4 trips to my house to put 2 screws in. They then chipped the paint off the black hinge. They told me they could fix it with touch up paint. When I walked into the house I heard someone shaking a can of spray paint. I went back out and stopped them from attempting to spray one small hing on a fence. They said they didn't have any touch up
paint with them so they thought they would ""try this"" My numerous phone calls to this company were met with a condescending attitude. When a ""flipped out"" about the gate open with school children near by and an open pool I was told to see a psychiatrist! I would not recommend this company to any one!
05/13/2008Provided by Citysearch -
I had a PVC fence installed in 2006 by this company that was so poor that it started to fall down within the first week. The posts were not put in concrete, the rails were cut short and on and on. After one year of working through the Bucks County Consumer protective organization without any response, I threatened to go to small claims court. The owner and his son showed up at my home within a week. It appeared that they fixed the problems to my satisfaction.
Two years later the fence is starting to fall down again. It is beyond the one year guarantee, so I have no recourse. I have over 25 pictures of the original installation. It was a very poor job, I will never do business with them again.
Received a fence from County Line Fence that was made with green lumber and within a month it bowed and buckled. County Line Fence would not talk to us nor return our telephone calls. We would NEVER recommend this company and this is the first time we have ever wrote a review on a company.
This customers fence was installed incorrectly causing the problems encountered. It was a custom fence built to order. County Line did not install therefore we can not be responsible for the problems encountered. Customer was given some options to possibly help but the problem was created when installed.
04/17/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Received a fence that was made improperly with green lumber and after it was installed bowed and buckled. County Line Fence would not talk to us nor return our telephone calls to remedy the bowed /buckled fence. We would NEVER use nor recommend this company and this is the very first time I have ever written anything bad about a company and their service.