Fence. Tuesday , August 07th , 2018 - 13:19:24 PM
So, you're thinking about installing a fence. Those nosy neighbors finally did it this time. Or maybe their dog did it one too many times. Whatever the case, whether it's to keep other people's things out (noses, dogs, eyes) or to keep your stuff in (children, pets, sanity), choosing to build a fence leaves you with one big, resounding question. No, we're not talking about choosing between a vinyl fence and an aluminum fence (though we will in a minute); we're talking about how is the fence going to get up there?
The next planning step is to determine if you will do the work yourself, or if you will hire a professional to do the work. Professionals can handle the entire project for you, saving you a lot of frustration and hard work; or you may hire a fencing contractor to complete only a portion of the job. Fence building does require a lot of time and effort, but you will be rewarded with the satisfaction of a job well done if you follow some basic tips for building.
Picket Fences Many people visualize living in a house that has a white picket fence, which resembles a perfect version of the American Dream. Most picket fencing is around three feet high and made of redwood or cedar. Of course, such fences serve to accessorize more than protect the backyard. Thus, picket fence designs typically vary the most and afford best chances to customize.
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