Fence. Tuesday , August 07th , 2018 - 13:24:23 PM
Safe for the environment Most homeowner associations require approval before installation of a fence because some fences make use of toxic chemicals in the manufacturing and painting process.
When all the stringers have been installed it is time to attach the fence pickets. Cedar fence pickets should be as thick as possible. Try to avoid the thin pickets that are sold at the big box stores. They may cost less but in the long run they are not worth it. Thin pickets will cup and warp over time. It also helps if the pickets are rough sided rather than smooth. Rough cedar will accept stain and/or preservative much more readily than smooth wood will.
Finding out your contractor is not fulfilling all those promises we confessed upon meeting you the very first time is not unheard of. Many homeowners have been burnt by professional who says one thing but do another. Finding a contractor that does what he says he does is rare so when we were looking into installing a fence we knew we needed to prepare. We needed to ask ourselves if the job should be completed by us without professional, hiring a fence installation professional (praying he does what he promises) or a combination of both.
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