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We’re well known as Prosper’s Best Fence Repair company! We save you money by doing fence repairs and upgrades to restore your fence to that brand new look. Customers are surprised how we transform an old fence to look new through our process of cleaning, staining, and replacing old pickets!!

Need a new fence?
Of course, when needed, we can also replace your old fence with a brand new one. When your old fence has seen its final days; it may be time to have our estimator come out (for free) to your home for an honest assessment if your fence needs to be repaired, cleaned, stained or if it’s time for a new fence.  It is always better to have the fence looked at before spending more than you need.

At Fence Makeovers our team knows what to look for to help Prevent wear and tear on the fence.  Save time and money on a fence repair by checking it out before the small problem turns into a large one. It costs several thousand dollars for a new fence and most times it’s under $1000 to repair your fence.

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A fence is built to last, it simply requires regular maintenance. Therefore, neglecting the first signs of problems will add stress to the entire fence structure and can cost you more in the long run.

Prosper Fence Repair Experts Suggest Looking for these Signs for Repair:

  • Leaning post or fence
  • Broken post at or below ground level
  • Panels that have become detached from the post.
  • Corrosion on the post, pickets, or rails.
  • Fence Gates not closing or hinge issues

Upgrading your fence with Prosper’s Fence Repair experts:

  • A cap can be added to the top of the fence 
  • Kickboards from time to time need to be replaced or added
  • Adding Trim will give the appearance of a new fence
  • Replace Wood Post With Metal
  • Convert a Side by Side Fence to a Board on Board Fence

Fence repair can be done Before the small problem turns into a costly replacement!

Call us at 972-769-2555 today to schedule an on time appointment or click on the link and submit your request.

Before you Begin

Before you choose a fence style and height, we recommend reading the City of Prosper, TX Fence Ordinances to see if there are any restrictions for style or height for your fence. We have provided this information for you below. If you have any questions, you can ask your Fence Makeover representative, as they have extensive experience dealing with the City of Prosper permitting department!

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We secure and complete all the required city permits and follow city ordinances so you don’t have to worry about anything. We’ve added their regulations below taken from the Prosper website.

City of Prosper Fence Permits & Regulations

TOWN OF PROSPER
ADOPTS AMENDED FENCE ORDINANCE
On September 8, 2015 and September 22, 2015, the Prosper Town Council amended Article
3.19 of the Town’s Code of Ordinances regarding Fence Regulations (entire Article attached).
The amendments become effective on October 7, 2015.

SUMMARY OF AMENDMENTS
Wooden Fences Adjacent to or Visible from the Street
Wooden fences on lots or tracts that are adjacent to a street and visible from the street shall be
constructed as board-on-board with a top rail.

Open Fencing Requirements
Fences adjacent to public or private open space, public or private parks, or hike and bike trails shall be
ornamental metal, tubular steel or split rail with a minimum 50% through vision. Wooden fences legally
installed on or before October 7, 2015, may be replaced with a wooden fence in compliance with the
wooden fence standards as they exist or as may be amended.

Fences or Low Walls located in the Required Front Yard of a Residential District:
Fences or low walls located in the required front yard of any residential district or any residential lot shall
be subject to the following approval process and meet the following standards:
(1) The fence or low wall shall require approval of the Town Council. An application for Town
Council consideration of a fence or wall in the required front yard shall be submitted on a form
supplied by the Department of Development Services.
(2) Fences shall have a minimum of fifty percent (50%) through vision and shall not exceed eight
feet (8’) in height.
(3) Low, solid walls may be approved by the Town Council subject to the following criteria:
a. Shall not exceed three feet (3’) in height;
b. Shall be constructed of clay fired brick, natural stone or manufactured stone;
c. Shall not be constructed of concrete block, split faced concrete block or stucco; and
d. Shall not be painted.

Chain-link Fences
Chain-link fences are not permitted in the required front yard of any residential zoning district or any
residential lot.

Alternate Materials
The Town Council may approve alternate materials for fences and low walls. An application for Town
Council consideration of an alternate fence or low wall material shall be submitted on a form supplied by
the Department of Development Services.

Development Services
P.O. Box 307
409 E. First St.
Prosper, TX 75078
Phone: 972-346-3502
Town of Prosper Fence Regulations Page 2
TOWN OF PROSPER, TEXAS ORDINANCE NO. 15-53
Article Amended in its Entirety by the Town Council on September 22, 2015
Effective Date: October 7, 2015
“ARTICLE 3.19 FENCE REGULATIONS
Sec. 3.19.001 Fence Requirements
Fences in all zoning districts shall meet the following requirements:
(a) A fence permit must be obtained from the Building Inspection Division prior to installation. It
shall be unlawful for any person to install or cause to be installed, or to permit any person to install a
fence, or to make any alterations, additions or changes to a fence, without first having procured a
permit to do so from the Building Official. Notwithstanding the foregoing, a permit shall not be
required for alterations, additions or changes if repairs do not exceed sixteen (16) linear feet of the
area of the fence over a twelve (12) month period.
(b) No fence shall be constructed within any drainage easement in the corporate limits of the
Town unless the Town Engineer shall have first determined and advised the Building Official, in
writing, that he believes such fence shall, in all probability, not interfere with or impair the natural flow
of water across the drainage easement.
(c) Fences around tennis courts may exceed eight feet (8’) in height, but shall not exceed fifteen
feet (15’).
(d) Fence arms shall not be constructed.
(e) Chain-link fences in residential districts shall have the finished edge of the material on the top
of the fence. Chain-link fences shall be vinyl-coated, unless used in conjunction with athletic fields on
property owned by an Independent School District or the Town of Prosper. Chain-link fences are not
permitted in the required front yard of any residential zoning district or any residential lot.
(f) Fences or Low Walls located in the Required Front Yard of a Residential District: Fences or
low walls located in the required front yard of any residential district or any residential lot shall be
subject to the following approval process and meet the following standards:
(1) The fence or low wall shall require approval of the Town Council. An application for
Town Council consideration of a fence or wall in the required front yard shall be
submitted on a form supplied by the Department of Development Services.
(2) Fences shall have a minimum of fifty percent (50%) through vision and shall not
exceed eight feet (8’) in height.
(3) Low, solid walls may be approved by the Town Council subject to the following criteria:
a. Shall not exceed three feet (3’) in height;
b. Shall be constructed of clay fired brick, natural stone or manufactured stone;
c. Shall not be constructed of concrete block, split faced concrete block or stucco;
and
d. Shall not be painted.
(g) Gate required. Every fenced enclosure constructed pursuant to the provisions of this article
shall have at least one (1) gate in its perimeter a minimum of three feet (3’) in width.
(h) Wooden Fence Standards. All wooden fences shall meet the following standards:
Town of Prosper Fence Regulations Page 3
(1) All vertical posts shall be galvanized steel, a minimum of sixteen (16) gauge thickness
and spaced at a maximum of eight feet (8’) on center, set in a concrete footing. Picket
fences, split rail fences, ranch style or agricultural fences, or other types of open
decorative fences approved by the Building Official or his/her designee shall be
permitted to use wooden posts.
(2) All pickets shall be a minimum 1/2 inch (1/2”) thickness.
(3) Wood material shall be an insect-resistant wood such as cedar or pressure treated
yellow pine. Spruce is not a permitted wood material.
(4) The fence shall have its back side (the side with exposed posts or rails) oriented away
from view from the adjacent street or right-of-way.
(5) All materials shall be securely fastened, vertical boards to horizontal stringers,
stringers to vertical posts, top rail, to ensure an ongoing attractive appearance and
safe condition, free from rot, rust, vandalism, and other sources of decay.
(6) The bottom of the fence shall be designed to prevent ground-to-wood contact. This
can be achieved through the use of a concrete strip poured between the fence
supports or by raising the pickets to provide a minimum of three inches (3”) between
the bottom of the pickets and the ground. A two inch by six inch (2” x 6”) kick board
may be used to cover the gap between bottom of pickets and ground. This kick board
may have ground contact.
(7) Wooden fences on lots or tracts that are adjacent to a street and visible from the street
shall be constructed as board-on-board with a top rail.
(i) Protective treatment. All wood material shall be stained, pressure-treated, painted, or
adequately sealed to prevent decay. All exterior surfaces of fences shall be maintained in good
condition. Peeling, flaking and chipped paint shall be eliminated and surfaces repainted. All metal
surfaces subject to rust or corrosion shall be coated to inhibit such rust and corrosion and all surfaces
with rust or corrosion shall be stabilized and coated to inhibit future rust and corrosion. Oxidation
stains shall be removed from exterior surfaces. Surfaces designed for stabilization by oxidation are
exempt from this requirement.
(j) Open fencing requirements. Fences adjacent to public or private open space, public or
private parks, or hike and bike trails shall be ornamental metal, tubular steel or split rail with a
minimum 50% through vision. Wooden fences legally installed on or before October 7, 2015, may be
replaced with a wooden fence in compliance with the wooden fence standards as they exist or as
may be amended.
(k) Fences may not contain and/or be:
(1) Continuous electrical current, although single-strand wire designed to conduct
electricity through an approved low-voltage regulator shall be allowed along the
fence’s interior base line;
(2) Constructed to contain barbed wire;
(3) Plywood;
(4) Fiberglass or fiberglass panels;
(5) Corrugated steel or sheet iron; and/or
(6) Razor wire.
(l) Fences on parcels being used for agricultural purposes may contain barbed wire or other
agricultural fences approved by the Building Official or his/her designee.
(m) Alternate Materials. The Town Council may approve alternate materials for fences and low
walls. An application for Town Council consideration of an alternate fence or low wall material shall
be submitted on a form supplied by the Department of Development Services.

Our Fence Services

  • Fence Restoration
  • Fence Cleaning & Staining
  • Fence Repair Services
  • New Fence Construction

Fence Types

  • Board-on-Board Fence
  • Side-by-Side Fence
  • Premium Cedar Fence
  • Premium Privacy Cedar Fence

Fence Stain Colors

  • Sable
  • Walnut
  • Cordovan Brown
  • Padre Brown
  • Wood Chip
  • Russet
  • Pewter