Last week we talkd about how to get rid of an old wooden fence. Today, we’re going to talk about what you need to do in order to get rid of an old vinyl fence. The initial steps are going to be the same. Make sure the fence belongs to you. Get a permit for the removal of the fence. Call Miss Dig to make sure there are no buried utility lines near your fence. Next, you’er going to need to figure out how your fence posts are attached to your..
Is the old wooden fence on your property starting to sag and lean? There are ways to fix a leaning fence, but sometimes that old wooden fence just has to come down. The fence may have become a safety hazard. Or you may just want to put up a new fence now. Either way, that fence has to come down. First, you need to start by ascertaining who actually owns the fence. You don’t want to start a tear-down project only to find out later that the fence belonged to your neighbor! Break..
There are a lot of reasons why aluminum fences are awesome. They’re very affordable, they don’t rust, they barely need any maintenance and they offer your home a rich, elegant look. Nevertheless, you should be careful about buying them. Not all aluminum fences are created equal. One big question you need to ask yourself is where that fence was made. And if you don’t know, you should ask, because there’s a big difference between those made right here in the USA and those that are imported, from, say, China. A lot of contractors do use materials that were shipped in..