Ready for a new Fence? There are, however, three things we ask you to do before your fence consult:
Ignoring property boundaries now will only guarantee trouble later. If your fence extends so much as a couple of inches over your property line, you could end up watching your fence get demolished by a neighbor.
In addition to ensuring your new fence doesn’t cross invisible lines on the surface, you also need to be aware of what’s happening underground. Knowing the location of sewage lines and water pipes will eliminate the possibility of disrupting the water supply or bursting sewer pipes.
It’s a good idea to review your options beforehand to know just what kind of fence you may need. Are you looking for a Garden Fence to surround your backyard veggies? Or a picket fence to add some curb appeal to the front of your home? Maybe you’ve been eyeing Wood Fence Panels and are waffling between cedar and pine. Whatever the case may be, making a fencing choice before your consultation will allow your fencing expert to have all the answers and information you will need at the ready.