You’re considering installing a new fence in your backyard and think you’re ready to do it yourself. But are you? Do you have every single thing you need? Are you positive that what you’ve planned will deliver exactly what you want, in terms of privacy and use-ability?
There’s nothing more frustrating than making it half way through a fencing job, only to discover that you’ve forgotten something crucial. (more…)
Are you thinking about building a new fence? Need to learn more about the different fence types, materials and whether you need to hire a builder? A new fence has many different uses and purposes. It provides security and privacy for your section as well as safety for pets and children. Fences come in a wide range of materials and styles, each having its own advantages.
Not all new fence materials and designs will serve the same function or fit your home’s needs. That’s why it’s important to consult with a professional fencing contractor. While building a new fence yourself may save you money, consider whether you have the tools, skills and time. (more…)
A good fencing and gate contractor works with you to decide on the style and height of a fence that works in with your home and gardens needs as well as meeting any legal requirements. Then they’ll install it and provide information on maintenance. As fences and gates must complement the gradient of your property and the soil, your contractor will need to take these into account. If you’re unsure where your boundary is they will be able to commission a survey to make sure your fence goes in the right place.
Fencing is best done by experienced professional tradespeople. There’s a wide range of fence materials available such as brick, metal, wire mesh or timber. Timber fences are great for providing windbreaks and offering a wide variety of styles. Brick is a sturdy alternative. A fencing contractor will be able to align posts, assemble gates, construct and repair barriers, attach rails and fencing wire, assemble trellis and all other fence, walls and gate requirements.