Fence. Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 14:18:04 PM
Attach the pickets with ceramic coated or stainless steel screws. There is no need to have a wood privacy fence with black stain lines going down from each of the screws. Use a string line, or a good eye, to make sure that the pickets are attached at the proper height. In most cases the wood pickets will shrink a little over time so it is often advisable to attach the pickets tight together with no gap in between.
As I mentioned in the beginning we thought installing a fence on our own would be no big deal however after settling on a fence we loved we knew we were in over our heads. The aluminum decorative fencing we ordered was elaborate and needed professional installation. Being that there are a number of fencing companies available throughout Michigan it is important that our first stop was the BBB in our area. Along with checking in to make sure we were dealing with only people known to be rated as professionals we next went to our family, friends and co-workers to determine if anyone had recently had a fence installed and used one of the BBB recommended professionals. Thankfully one stood out as a reference from a colleague. We were able to determine that the company operated in a manner that was expected in a professional arena.
Documentation and Regulations Before beginning a project, you need to know what limitations are imposed by your local government or Home Owners Association. Usually, a developed community will have written standards as to what is and is not allowed. Your HOA or local city or county government will have these guidelines, and tell you if there is a formal permitting process for prior approval. It's common to gain written pre-approval after submitting a plan that details the location, layout, size and materials. If the permit application asks for a Property Plat of your property, that is often found in your settlement documents or at the municipalities tax or records departments. Many Fence Contractors include the Permitting in their cost estimates. And be sure they are the ones who are responsible to call the Utility company, because you'll need your property properly 'marked' prior to anyone digging a hole anywhere.
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