Yvette Sargent. Fence. July 02nd , 2018.
The cons? Well, you know them What do you really know about building a fence Costs are often far off budget with your first fence
Building Your Own Fence Here, there are really only the obvious pros:
The most common style of privacy fence is the basic, treated pine, privacy fence which is made by simply butting pickets together so that it's difficult to see between them. This is the style that you see used in most neighborhoods to give homeowners privacy in their backyards. A lot of people have the misconception that once they get one of these fences built that nobody will be able to see through the fence. This is not the case most of the time. Pressure treated wood has a tendency to shrink as it dries out. This means that even if your fence is built with all the boards touching tight together, gaps will eventually form between the pickets in almost all cases.
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.
With that said, here are the five things to think about when installing a fence. Requires approval A lot of people miss out on this. You need the approval of your local homeowner's association if you're installing a fence regardless of whether it's wood or vinyl. So make sure that you get in touch with the folks at your local homeowner's association and get their approval before you proceed with the purchase of your fence.
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