FLORENCE, S.C. — Flat Out Fencing joined ambassadors with the Greater Florence Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday morning to hold a ribbon cutting.
Flat Out Fencing, a Florence-based company, does fencing of all kinds, including chain-link, wood, privacy or pickets, and gates, as well as repairs or demolition for both commercial and residential property.
Nicholas Hodges, who co-owns the company with his wife, Valentina, said the company began business in September 2017.
“Previously, I had worked with a guy who was a contractor for Lowes, Home Depot and Sears,” Nicholas said. “The last part before I left, they had me branching off of fencing and doing other housework and I really wanted to get back to doing fencing. I enjoy working outside and seeing the productivity of working with my hands.”
Valentina said that Nicholas is a perfectionist, which results in him making sure to put in the highest quality of work on each project he is assigned.
“Whatever he does, whether it be fencing or working with me in the house or anything else, he’ll redo it again and again to make sure he gets it right,” Valentina said. “For him, quality is important and he wants everything to look good.”
Nicholas was referred to the Chamber by a board member, Robby Hill, and said the networking opportunities will help grow his business.
He said the business is excited about its opportunities in the future and will look to provide its customers with the best quality and service.
“As a new company, we are trying to have the lowest price,” Nicholas said. “If a customer were to find a lower price, we would try our best not just to match it, but to beat it.”
For more information, contact Flat Out Fencing at 843-206-6922 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The company also has a website at flatoutfence.business.site.