The weather outside may still be a bit frightful, but spring is already here. Hopefully fair skies and sunshine are coming soon, as there are a variety of great events around the greater Milwaukee area this month aiming to get you and your family outside and enjoying our great state. Easter and Earth Day are just around the corner, with celebrations across the city for you to enjoy. Looking to have a fun day out with the whole family? Check out the Cheep, Cheep Easter Celebration out in Mukwonago on April 8, 9, and 15th. The Elegant Farmer is hosting..
We mentioned in our Fence Building Checklist that you are going to have to work with your Homeowner’s Association on your fence project. If you don’t follow their guidelines, you may face fines and even be forced to remove your fence! It’s important to do your research before you begin your project or make any final decisions. Your HOA may have a surprising number of fence-related rules. They can dictate the style, height, and type of fence. They may also have standards for fence upkeep and maintenance. You can find your HOA rules, including those about fences, in a..
Building a fence isn’t like making other improvements on your property. You can paint a living room, fix your plumbing, and swap out your appliances without consulting anyone else, but fences impact the entire community. If you don’t talk to the right people before you get started you may find yourself having to rip out your fence before you begin. That’s why we wanted to put together this handy checklist, so you’d know exactly what to do. 1. Talk to your neighbor. Why would your neighbor get to weigh in on YOUR new fence? First, you both need to agree..