Safety in the Workplace – Right Fence Company – Houston
This morning in the AP News, Texas is listed as No. 1 in work related injury and lack of safety protocol in construction settings…
In recent years, attention has been drawn to the dangers and injustices faced by construction workers in Texas where business is booming and construction levels have rebounded to near pre-recession levels. Texas construction workers and their families are often set up for failure, dealing with dangerous work sites, poor wages, bad training and labor rights violations. (Click here to continue)
Here at Right Fence Company we strive to have a safe work place that values not only our clients, but our employees as well. We carry $2M in insurance protecting you and our workers, have strict safety procedures and protocol, locating the underground utilities before we dig, and ensure that our equipment is in proper working order before every job. It’s important to Right Fence Company to preserve our legacy of safety. We have NEVER had a on-the-job injury or liability. We plan on keeping it that way.
Remember Right Fence Company next time you need a new fence, since any other choice will be the wrong one and could prove unsafe. Click here for a free estimate.
Home Improvement – Right Fence Company – Greater Houston Area
After Right Fence Company installs your new cedar or pinefence, the next best step if to stain or weatherseal it. Note that you should wait three to four weeks before this process to allow your new fence to become accustom to the weather. Staining and weathersealing is easy – and you can do it in just one weekend. Here’s how….
As you already know, Right Fence Company is the only fence company in the Houston area that will do a fence repair for 100 feet or less. That’s right! When it comes to small repairs, Right Fence Company is the only one. We specialize in all jobs, no matter how large or small. Our loyal customers have asked us how to do a small picket replacement themselves. We are here today to show you how. Save time and money by replacing a picket or two yourself. The easy steps are laid out in this video.