Eunice Hernandez. Fence. August 01st , 2018.
Obviously, the size of the area to be fenced is the single biggest factor that determines the cost to install a fence (all other factors being equal). Most wood fences are installed in 8 foot sections so measure the perimeter of the property using a reel tape measure or surveyor's wheel and divide by 8. Pace off the distance to get a rough estimate or for existing fences count the existing fence posts and measure the length of 1 panel. The height of the fence will also have a major impact on the cost - most suburban privacy fences are six foot tall picket fences in one of the many styles. Eight foot and ten foot heights are also options for additional security, to obscure eyesores or for sound control purposes.
Once your instincts and research have helped you choose a business professional you are comfortable with it is time to discuss pricing. Fence installation done by a professional will use several factors in determining their fee. The size of the yard, the material being used, prep time needed and time frame will all work in determining the installation expense. A discount may be offered if you buy the fence from the company installing it however this was not the case in our situation. We found a great deal on the decorative aluminum fence we desired.
When deciding to invest in fencing, start by assessing your needs. Consider the size of the space, the expectations for the use of the areas on both sides of the fence and the reason you are enclosing the area. Once you know what you need, it's easier to sort out your options.
The length and height of the fence Do it yourself or hire a contractor Installing a new fence or replacing an existing fence? Material costs at your location
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?
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