It can be very distressing to discover a neighbor has built a fence on your land. Whatever you do, don’t overreact. There are steps you can take to get relief. Note that this isn’t legal advice. We’re fence contractors, not lawyers! However, this situation is pretty common, and we often hear these kinds of questions. These situations are also why we work as hard as we do to make sure we’re complying with all laws, property surveys, and ordinances every time we build a fence. First, get a survey done. It’s a good idea to make absolutely sure that..
Everyone’s heard at least one horror story about hiring a contractor. You may have heard about contractors who show up and charge enormous amounts of money without finishing the work or contractors who do such a shoddy job that the project winds up costing three times as much as it should. Some people let these types of stories stop them from hiring a contractor at all. However, you shouldn’t avoid contractors if your home, or your fence, needs work. You just need to know what to look for so that you have the best possible experience with the fence contractor..
Though you may not have ever given much thought to it before, yards are rarely simple flat squares. They have curves and contours, slopes and hills that contribute to their natural beauty. Unfortunately, curves and contours can present some real challenges when it comes to installing a fence. While a small hill or slope in your yard isn’t much of a problem for the fence itself, it does pose a challenge when it comes to installing a gate. Ideally you’re going to want to find the flattest part of your yard to install your gate, staying far away from..