residential fencingResidential fencing can give your property a major boost in appearance and privacy. When it comes to fence installation, however, you can’t just grab a hammer and some fencing and start hacking up your yard. There is a little more planning that goes into it than that, and it’s up to you to ensure that the fencing for your home is sturdy, durable, nice-looking, and properly installed.

Here are some important things you need to keep in mind when it comes to having a fence installation project completed on your landscape:

  • Who is going to install your new fence? — Whether you consider yourself a handy person or not, it’s recommended to work with professional fence installation companies when it comes to having a quality fence constructed on your property. In order to avoid damaging both your fencing and your property’s landscape, consult with a team of experienced professions so your fence and property can look terrific once the project is finished.
  • Identify your exact property lines — The last thing you want is to have to argue with your neighbors about whether or not your fence is overstepping your property line. To avoid these property disputes, talk to your realtor or look at the blueprint of your home to find out the exact area where your property ends and your neighbor’s begins. Keep in mind, when it comes to residential fencing, different jurisdictions may require your fence to be set either two, four, six, or eight inches away from the property line.
  • Figure out fence size, material, and the area you want covered — Are you planning on only having your fence border your backyard? Did you already decide between wood fencing and PVC material? Is your fence going to be high enough to keep your pets (and other animals) from easily jumping over? These are all important questions you need to answer before you go through with your fence installation project. Again, fence installation experts can help you with all these factors, as well.

If you want to learn more about having high quality residential fencing installed on your property, give Durham Fence Co a call right away!