Long Fence company removed my 75' chain link fence that I purposely left on my property line when I installed my Wooden Fence.Long Fence installed a fence on my neighbors property, assumingly w/o a permit.
The fence is slanted on my property, then Long Fence had the ordasity to nail a board on to my fence Post to hide the imperfections of the Fence they installed. When talking to Vicki in the Capitol Heights office she said the owner had talked to me about them removing my Fence. When I denied it she said it was my word against theirs. I immediately contacted the Permit Office for PG County.
The Inspector came out and said he would get back with me after he check to see if there was a permit pulled for this project.
This is a tacky job, neighbors are asking me why I let them nail a board like that to my fence.I and many oters would never contact Long Fence not even to build a cat house.
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