Helga Lott. Fence. August 02nd , 2018.
Purpose of your new Fence: There are many reasons why homeowners add fencing to their property. Often, they want some level of added privacy, or intend to limit neighbors and passers by from walking on their property. Safety and security of children and pets is often the primary motivator to start a fencing project. There are a huge amount of styles and sizes of fencing in many materials and colors that can satisfy your specific needs and wants in fencing. Usually, the reasons why you want a fence in the first place will lead you to the style that best meets your specific purposes.
I contacted them and invited them to our home to meet with them to discuss our expectations and theirs. It is important to make sure when working with any professional in your home that they all of the necessary permits and licenses required for their occupation/business. On top of the reference we already had we asked for several others. It was important to make sure people have all had the same experience with this company that you hope to have. Trust me; any reputable company will be happy to freely give references.
Cedar's a popular option because it's more durable than pine and it looks great. But even with a cedar fence, be sure to seal it after installation. You'll see a lot of pine and cedar used in residential fencing with the exception of split rail fencing, which uses harder woods like locust and hemlock. Woods are used in almost every style of fencing, from a small picket to a very tall privacy fence.
You get to work with your hands on the lay of the land
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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