Sometimes the information most worth sharing, is the most simplistic information. You’ll remember that we’re in the throes of a series here on the Taylor Fencing blog. It’s a series, which is focusing on the purpose of fencing. What is your fencing product keeping safe and sound? What is it protecting? So far during this series, we’ve covered pools and kids (both written with summer adventures in mind), and shared several tips and tricks about optimizing your fence for these uses. Instead of pushing things out beyond walls, we are striving to remember what we’re keeping safe inside of our fences.
Today’s is a bit of a doozy. You might guess that the number one reason folks normally install a fencing solution is… (drum roll please)… to keep your house safe! I’m sure our readers are nodding their heads and no one is looking too shocked. However, depending on the shape and size of your house, there are still tips and tricks that we can supply to make sure that you are one happy customer.
You may be building your house from the ground up. You may be looking at a vacant lot with a slew of ideas, flying through your head. You may be at the beginning of a (hopefully smooth and not at all) long process, to get your dream home off the ground and ensure that it’s livable. If this is the case, we’re pleased to make your acquaintance. We’ll take fencing solution installation off of your to-do list and let you focus on the more fun pastimes like perusing your Pinterest for the best patio set-ups. We’ll show you samples of every fencing style we have in stock, and talk you through what will make the most sense for you. We’ll keep your budget in mind and present you with multiple options, so that you feel in control of the creative process.
You may be looking at a new home, but you may not be the first person to live there. If that’s the case, the previous owners may have had really amazing taste, and they may have had- shall we say- subpar taste. The good news about fences is, they’re only as permanent as you’d like them to be. If you work with Taylor Fencing, you can ensure that you’re looking at the most durable, long-lasting solutions. That being said, you are welcome to update the look and feel of your fence as often as you would like.
A couple things to keep in mind, regardless of whether you’re installing for the first time, or updating. Talk with an expert about the look that makes the most sense for your architecture. Think about how tall you want your fence to be. Do you want to be able to see into ground floor windows or no? Also, do you want to integrate plant life into whatever style you choose. These are just a few things to keep in mind.