Frequently Asked Questions

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Operating since 1962, Morgan's Fence & Awning is committed to professionalism and customer service. We want you to feel confident with your decision; which is why we can help you every step of the way.

The life of a fence depends on many factors, including, the integrity of the fabrication, materials used, climate and soil conditions to name a few. For strength, longevity, and durability, Morgans’ Fence & Awning only uses #1 Grade material and if properly built and installed correctly a fence should provide 15 to 20 years of enjoyment.

We offer ornamental fencing in several popular colors. Each powder-coat finish has been specifically formulated for durability, with ultra-violet inhibitors to withstand California’s elements.

In addition to single walk and double drive gates, several types of sliding gates are available for commercial and high security applications. Sliding gates are used where there is no room to swing the panel of a single or double gate. Rolling gates roll on a pipe track that is attached by track brackets to the gate post and line posts and is on a ground carrier that is attached to the front of the gate. For security, barbed wire or barbed tape can be added to all types of gates.

Vinyl products have smooth surfaces with no nails, sharp edges or splinters. You, your children, pets and animals are all safer. Vinyl has tough surface, retains virtually no moisture, has no taste, and is non-porous.

You need to assess:

  • The purpose of the fence (privacy, pet or pool enclosure, property, etc.).
  • Where the fence will be located, exactly.
  • What type of fence you want (materials, height, style, features and accessories).
  • When you plan to have the work completed. (For example, are there landscaping, remodeling, or surveying issues which need to be completed before the fence installation?)

When a fence is well planned, properly designed, carefully crafted, and expertly installed, it leaves the impression that it belongs. A good fence will last a long time, and you need to make a decision that you will be able to live with. At Morgan’s Fence & Awning we can help you make the best decision.

One attractive option is to stair-step each panel. A second option is to rack or bias the panels, allowing the fence to follow the contour of the ground. Certain styles and systems are more capable of following ground contours, and should be considered for conditions with significant slope.