Fencing is billed by the linear foot. This charge has to be fairly consistent for a specified material, although it can vary a lot with completely different fencing heights. Usually, wood is the most cost effective fencing material whereas wrought iron is be the priciest straight up. Wood is the most common fencing material and normally costs around $5 up to $10 per foot. The durable steel fencing type normally costs $5 to $15 per foot. Vinyl on the other hand is also a good fencing choice but not really advisable for security fencing. It can cost a homeowner around $20 per foot. Aluminum which is considered to be the most affordable metal fencing is priced per foot at $20 to $30. The most secure and the most expensive among the fencing styles is the wrought iron. It is considered to be heavy duty and costs $20 up to $100 per foot.
Estimated final cost for fences
|Yard Fence Cost||159 Linear Feet||$1,518.36|
|Yard Fence Labor||26.3 Hours||$1,186.14|
|Yard Fence Job Materials and Supplies||150 Linear Feet||$55.31|
|Yard Fence Equipment Allowance||$82.91|
|Totals - Cost to Install Fences - 159 Linear Feet||$2,842.72|
|Average Cost Per Linear Foot||$18.95|