MyFence2Go opens in Morris County

By ROI-NJ Staff
Morris County | Apr 3, 2018 at 7:20 am

MyFence2Go, a do-it-yourself fencing store, has recently opened in Morris County.

The company provides affordable fencing options for homeowners.

The grand opening of its new 1,800-square-foot design center will be held on April 21.

“Many people have asked me if they can install a fence themselves to save money    ̶   and now they can,” said owner Robert Corrao.  “I’ve been in the fencing business for more than 30 years, and our fence solutions by ActiveYards are the best option for DIYers. Customers can save as much as 50 percent by installing these fences themselves and our team is here to help walk them through it.”

MyFence2Go was created by the owner of Jan Fence, a fence company serving New Jersey and New York.

“You don’t have to settle for the limited choices at big-box stores. You can compare different styles and materials and even customize your fence with different posts and caps to achieve the look you want,” said store manager Ryan Brown.

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