Draper Fencing has over 25 years of combined experience, but it doesn't stop there. Ryan, the owner, has spent the majority of his life caring for people by providing services such as military duty, elementary education, volunteer work, and customer service positions. We take pride in building beautiful structures but we are honored to serve our customers.
Draper Fencing has a combined 7 overseas deployments in the US Military. The commitment to professionalism and service learned in America's Armed Forces is the bedrock of Draper Fencing
Ryan served in the United States Army, 1st Calvary Division. Throughout his life, Ryan has cared for people in various ways from serving in the military to teaching elementary students, to giving back to his community through volunteer work. He studied Architecture and Education at IUPUI. When Ryan started Draper Fencing Company its mission was and remains to be providing an exceptional customer experience and the highest quality fence in Central Indiana.
Pete served in the United States Army, 3rd Ranger Battalion. Pete earned a bachelor's degree in International and Global Studies at IUPUI. Today Pete lives in Speedway, Indiana with his wife Zain and their two dogs, Peyton and Sheba. They bought their house with an existing chain link fence but their escape artist, Sheba, is hoping to get an upgrade to a cedar cap and trim privacy fence soon.
Growing up as a "Marine Brat" Britt's best friend was a black lab named Sabbath. Now he lives in Lawrence Indiana on the Northeast side of Indianapolis with his wife Alice and their two kids. Their children attend Harrison Hill and Belzer Middle school. The Comer's are looking to replace their 6" privacy fence with a Draper Fencing solid board privacy fence with an upgraded drive gate for their driveway.
Charlie was raised in Indianapolis and went on to study History at IU. In his free time, he enjoys playing the drums and being a next-level dog dad to his Pitbull Bubbles. Bubbles spends her free time playing with her impressive collection of toys inside of her chain-link fence but she would like Charlie to upgrade to a cedar privacy fence with trellis soon.
Chris played rugby at North Central High School in Indianapolis and went on to study Construction Management at Ball State University. His Pitbull and Boxer mix, Daisy, is a very good girl who likes to play fetch in her yard that is fully enclosed with vinyl fencing.
Tommy played rugby at North Central High School in Indianapolis and went on to study Telecommunications and Management at Indiana University. He has two dogs named Mila and Molly. Molly is a Pitbull and her fur sister, Mila is a Boxer mix. They like to wrestle and chew on sticks in their backyard but their favorite pastime is getting the zoomies out inside of their chain-link fence.
Sean is a graduate of North Central High School and studied advertising at Ball State University. His dog, Harmony, is a Pitbull rescue who's living her best life inside her chain-link fence. Her favorite activities include laying around and sunbathing in various locations within her fully fenced backyard oasis.
Homa is the mother of two human children who attend Amy Beverland Elementary School in Lawrence, Indiana. She also has a fur child named Nola. Nola is a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix who spends most of her time running or sunbathing in her backyard. Homa chose a six-foot-tall scalloped board on board privacy fence for Nola because sometimes tiny dogs are the hardest to contain.
Courtney attended Lawrence Central High School and went on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Business Management and Communications. She lives in the Fountain Square neighborhood in Indianapolis with her Great Pyrenese German Shepherd mix, Odin. Odin likes to get his exercise in his dog run when he is not managing his extremely busy napping schedule behind the privacy of a six-foot pressure-treated pine fence.
Melissa studied Business Management and Entrepreneurship at Indiana University, Bloomington. Her daughter is now following in her footsteps as a freshman at IU. Melissa lives in Avon, Indiana with her human son and their dog, Autumn. When Autumn isn't frolicking in the woods or begging for peanut butter she enjoys playing toss with herself within the privacy of their fenced-in backyard.