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WITH EVERY NEW FENCE
The Leading Backyard Fence Contractor
in Jackson, Medina, and all of West Tennessee
Fence shown installed for Brandon Clenney (Steele Martin Jones) of Jackson, Tn
Made in USA
We Fence West Tennessee
MADISON COUNTY | GIBSON COUNTY | CROCKETT COUNTY | DYER COUNTY | OBION COUNTY | LAKE COUNTY | WEAKLEY COUNTY | HENRY COUNTY | CARROLL COUNTY | HENDERSON COUNTY | CHESTER COUNTY | HAYWOOD COUNTY | LAUDERDALE COUNTY | MCNAIRY COUNTY | HARDIN COUNTY | HARDEMAN COUNTY | DECATUR COUNTY
Great People, Quality Products, and an Easy Process
Our goal is to build the company we've always wanted to work for.
We believe the core ingredient to a good business is people, so we only hire the best people.
We believe our product has to be the best, so we focus on craftsmansip, innovation, and all of the tiny deails.
We believe doing business with us should be easy, so we're always working to simply the process.
We love meeting new people and helping people love their backyards. We would love to make you a part of our story.
- Cannon Johnson, Owner
LEADERS IN CUSTOM WOOD FENCING
Fence Shown installed for Greg Moss of Caruthersville, Mo.
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THE JFC DIFFERENCE
employees vs subcontractors
When you hire a fence contractor, ask this question. "Will my fence project be subcontracted to someone else?"
We refer to our employees as team members, but legally speaking, they are employees - trained professionals held to JFC standards. Our team memberes are paid for the time they put in and not by the foot, the job, or the hole. Each of our team members pays taxes weekly and are covered by our work comp policy. When you sign on with JFC, you can trust that JFC is building your fence.
We pledge to never use a subcontractor system as most of our competitors do. Subcontractors can build good fence, but they also have more incentive to cut corners. Subcontractors are compensated on output, independent to do as they choose, and are therefore less likely to be consistent. Tax liabilities and overhead costs are rolled downhill in this format to the subcontractor who naturally does what he/she can to be as profitable as possible.