7 DIY Fence Installation Mistakes to Avoid
When it comes to protecting the perimeter of their land or setting up a screen for privacy, the thing most people think of to achieve this is a fence. However, before you begin the process of setting up by yourself, there are certain do’s and don’ts’ we at South Atlanta Fence Co. feel that you should bare in mind. The following are 7 tips on mistakes you should avoid making.
Failing to Confirm Local Zoning Laws
Most tows have certain laws in place when it comes to setting up fences. To prevent the hassle of pulling down the fence and putting it back up again because of certain infringements, it is advisable that you enquire about these laws. Also, be sure to confirm whether or not you need a building permit as certain fence sizes require a permit.
Failing to Plan
There is a saying that goes “if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail”. This is certainly through as lack of a solid plan definitely affects your options when the installation of fences goes awry. When you plan, you give yourself the opportunity to consider all options available to you.
Things such as materials and tool for the fence can be taken care ahead of time. Measurements for the fence can also be noted so you avoid wasting materials and time.
Not Checking out Your Property Lines
Sometimes, the main reason individuals set up fences is to draw a clear line between where there your property starts and stops. But, are you clear on where your property line is? It is important that you know the boundary line of your property to prevent any future problems. You can call us at South Atlanta Fence Co. to help with this.