Aaron's Okie Fence Co

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  • 3800 Pleasant Valley Cir

    Norman, OK 73072

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  • 405-826-2682

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Great custom wrought iron fence work! Adds such unique character to a fence line to accent the home and yard. Also great detail work on wood privacy fences. I really like the look of covering the metal posts and putting a 2 x 8" ridge

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Great custom wrought iron fence work! Adds such unique character to a fence line to accent the home and yard. Also great detail work on wood privacy fences. I really like the look of covering the metal posts and putting a 2 x 8" ridge

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I wanted to let everybody know that this was an excellent company to use for your fencing needs. I am so pleased with the way our our fence turned out. We price shopped Okie fence and found them to be hundreds under the competition. Our neighbors are so impressed that they are going to use okie fence as well.

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I wanted to let everybody know that this was an excellent company to use for your fencing needs. I am so pleased with the way our our fence turned out. We price shopped Okie fence and found them to be hundreds under the competition. Our neighbors are so impressed that they are going to use okie fence as well.

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My neighbor & I contracted w/Aaron Stormont, made down payments prior to job start. I advised him that I wanted the fence high enough to not be able to see my neighbor's window from my back door, to not poor stem wall where the gates were so I could get my lawnmower thru, nothing more than an inch gap at the bottom between the wood panels & the stem wall, & to use quality product. He assured me on several occasions that these requests would be met & that the work was guaranteed. He had other jobs going on & would disappear for days on end so it drug out for over 2 mos. He dug the holes too deep & the poles were sinking too far so they were placed at all different heights. When I reminded him about the height I wanted, he again assured me. Later, the stem walls began going up, were crooked & uneven with no footing; the poles ran from side to middle to other side & across the gate openings. When my stem wall got to where my neighbor's driveway was, it sloped down & disappeared into the driveway, leaving a gap large enough for animals to get thru, of which many have. There were clumps of concrete lumped up around the bottom of each post & all over our lawns, & my rose bushes were either covered in concrete or simply smashed by fence panels left on them. I left several voice mails for Stormont requesting a call back but got none. After several days, he answered & blamed the mess on the person he contracted with to do the stem walls, assuring that he would ??make it right.? I told him not to do any further work until we could meet & go over it," to which he agreed. I didn't hear from him for a few more days so started calling again to which he neither answered nor returned my calls. I got home one day to find that the poles had been cut short & the wood panels were up. One of the gate handles/hardware was put on upside down & in other places there were no screws put in at all. Nothing had been done about the concrete mess other than the biggest concrete patties having been removed. Again, I placed several unsuccessful calls to Stormont. Then, I received a notice of property lien he had filed against my home for the remaining balance, with the assistance of his atty/brother, in an amount that was considerably more than agreed upon. I had two additional fence installation companies come over & both have stated that the work is appalling, that the fence poles are too thin & flimsy for Oklahoma wind, the wood panels are of poor quality, & it would cost many thousands to try to get the concrete abomination out of my yard & put it back to former status. My neighbors took Stormont to court & won their case. I shall be following suit if the lien doesn??t disappear.

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My neighbor & I contracted w/Aaron Stormont, made down payments prior to job start. I advised him that I wanted the fence high enough to not be able to see my neighbor's window from my back door, to not poor stem wall where the gates were so I could get my lawnmower thru, nothing more than an inch gap at the bottom between the wood panels & the stem wall, & to use quality product. He assured me on several occasions that these requests would be met & that the work was guaranteed. He had other jobs going on & would disappear for days on end so it drug out for over 2 mos. He dug the holes too deep & the poles were sinking too far so they were placed at all different heights. When I reminded him about the height I wanted, he again assured me. Later, the stem walls began going up, were crooked & uneven with no footing; the poles ran from side to middle to other side & across the gate openings. When my stem wall got to where my neighbor's driveway was, it sloped down & disappeared into the driveway, leaving a gap large enough for animals to get thru, of which many have. There were clumps of concrete lumped up around the bottom of each post & all over our lawns, & my rose bushes were either covered in concrete or simply smashed by fence panels left on them. I left several voice mails for Stormont requesting a call back but got none. After several days, he answered & blamed the mess on the person he contracted with to do the stem walls, assuring that he would ??make it right.? I told him not to do any further work until we could meet & go over it," to which he agreed. I didn't hear from him for a few more days so started calling again to which he neither answered nor returned my calls. I got home one day to find that the poles had been cut short & the wood panels were up. One of the gate handles/hardware was put on upside down & in other places there were no screws put in at all. Nothing had been done about the concrete mess other than the biggest concrete patties having been removed. Again, I placed several unsuccessful calls to Stormont. Then, I received a notice of property lien he had filed against my home for the remaining balance, with the assistance of his atty/brother, in an amount that was considerably more than agreed upon. I had two additional fence installation companies come over & both have stated that the work is appalling, that the fence poles are too thin & flimsy for Oklahoma wind, the wood panels are of poor quality, & it would cost many thousands to try to get the concrete abomination out of my yard & put it back to former status. My neighbors took Stormont to court & won their case. I shall be following suit if the lien doesn??t disappear.

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