Adding a fence to your property is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to add beauty and security to your home. From durable wooden privacy fences that add a barrier between your backyard and the world to an elegant wrought iron creation designed just for you, the aesthetic and safety benefits of professional fence installation are seemingly endless. While a quick way to enhance your home, fence installation is also a quick and easy way to disturb your neighbors.
Today, the team at Fence Masters is here to share with you the fence etiquette tips you need to know to have a successful fence installation process while maintaining and even enhancing the relationships you have with your neighbors. So, if you’re preparing for your Mokena fence installation and want to ensure you take all the proper steps, continue reading!
Double Check Property Lines
While you may think you know where your property ends and your neighbor’s begins, it’s always wise to check your property lines before installing a fence. Sometimes, when you’ve been living in a home for many years, it’s easy for these lines to get blurred, especially if there was a pre-existing fence on your property when you purchased your home. If you still have easy access to the plat you received when you bought your home, you can always refer to that for the necessary information. If not, your local assessor’s office will have that information on file and will be more than happy to share it with you.
Alert Your Neighbors
Professional fence installation requires a team of experienced Mokena fence installers to get the job done. For this reason, it’s a good idea to alert the neighbors that your share property boundaries with that our team will be working on your land. While unnecessary, it’s always a kind gesture to give a heads up, significantly if the installation will interfere with your neighbor’s daily activities.
Properly Maintain Your Fence
Not only will taking care of your fence keep your property looking beautiful, but it will also keep your neighbors happy. Depending on the type of fence you invest in, maintenance will be a regular part of your exterior improvement routine. Regular cleanings, restaining as needed, and repairing damages as quickly as you can are all ways to keep your neighbors satisfied with your investment and save you the headache of replacing your fence due to poor maintenance.
Ensure It’s Professional Installed
Fence installation is an exterior home improvement project that you shouldn’t take into your own hands. Without the work of a professional team of contractors, like those at Fence Masters, it’s easy to get a wonky or poorly constructed fence installed on your property. Not only does that cause issues for you, seeing as you’ll have to reinvest in proper installation services, but you’ll likely tick your neighbors off as well. When you work with our team, you get more than 35 years of experience on your side. We are licensed, insured, and 100% prepared to take on your Mokena fence installation. So give our team a call today to discuss your fencing needs and receive a free estimate on fence installation.
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