As the Grand Strand’s largest fence contractor, it is important to us that our customers have all the information they need to be educated consumers.
And, while we work hard to keep information up-to-date, the information shared here is subject to change without notice and may be inaccurate.
PRODUCT INFORMATION AND WARRANTIES
Goode Fence works with leading manufacturers to secure the best, professional grade fence products available. We focus on products made in America from manufacturers with superior warranties and reliable delivery. Learn more about the products we offer here.
Your project may require a permit. If you are within the city limits of Myrtle Beach, Conway, North Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Marion, Mullins, Loris or Georgetown a fence permit is required. Horry County also requires a building permit for any fence over 7’ tall, and any fence proposed to be placed in a county drainage easement. Georgetown County generally does not require fence permits. Goode Fence will gladly handle all permit paperwork. Learn more about permits and applicable forms here.
At Goode Fence we regularly train our employee installers to erect fence and rail products with professional and specification appropriate techniques. Learn more about how we install fence here.
BUILDING AND POOL CODES
Depending on authority, there are building codes which regulate where a fence may be placed on your property, how tall that fence can be and how that fence is built. If you have a pool, there are specific building codes related to fence – whether a home or commercial building. Additionally, SCDHEC department of ocean resource management also has codes and regulations impacting fences installed adjacent to the beach. You can learn more here.
State law requires any contractor who is going to excavate secure a utility locate. Utility locates only identify buried PUBLIC utilities (those coming from the street to your building or home). PRIVATE utilities (including irrigation lines and gas lines from buried tanks to your building) require identification by others. Goode Fence is not responsible for private utilities not located prior to our work. Learn more about utility locating here.
If you live in a subdivision, there is a good chance improvements made to your home and yard are governed by covenants. Here you will find covenants for many neighborhoods. Keep in mind covenants change and this information may not be up-to-date.