Has your white picket fence become a pale shade of gray, possibly full of cracks, holes, and appearing a bit wavy? Sounds like you might be ready for a new fence. But many times a new fence is not necessary. It may be that a board here and a post there and some tightening of bolts and screws would do wonders. But let's take a closer look and consider some options before you start removing boards and pulling posts out of the ground.
The installation of a privacy fence to a residential home can offer much more than just intimacy and definitive boundaries for a homeowner. Privacy fences have the ability to keep a person’s home insurance premium in check and protect a yard or property line. Long Fence has many different fencing options that will offer great curb appeal to a structure, while also achieving safety and security for the property owner.
Fences have existed for thousands of years. The first fences were created using very simple materials like rocks, and even trees in order to show territory lines, and keep domesticated animals from getting away. But of course, as you might imagine, the simple concept has evolved significantly over time.
Whether for home or commercial needs, properly installing a new fence is an important process. In particular, wooden fencing carries a strong appeal; it improves the overall look of your land and provides quality security.