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Want to be a Good Neighbor? Here are Some Fence Etiquette Tips

Fence installation requires etiquette.

Fence installation requires etiquette. If you don’t live in an isolated area, then you should have consideration for your neighbor. If you’re debating on if you need to talk to your neighbor about fence installation plans, then debate no further. You should indeed explain to them what your vision is so that there will be no disputes. More significantly,  you don’t want your fence to go through reconstruction if it’s not on your property line. Want to be a good neighbor? Hercules Fence is here to help. Here are some tips on etiquette that you should jot down.

Know Your Property Lines

To understand where their property lines are, some homeowners study a plat map. A plat map is  drawn to scale map that shows divisions of land. Contact your local land surveyor if you’re still unsure. This idea is honestly the best option. Even if you and your neighbor both agree where your property line is, the next person that moves into their home may not. Certainty is critical because it gives you peace of mind.

Communicate with Your Neighbors

Though it’s not necessary to talk to your neighbor about specific details, it helps to build rapport. For instance, some homeowners invest in a privacy fence to help control their pets. However, their neighbor could potentially believe that they want to block the neighborhood out. A 4-foot versus a 6-foot barrier gives different impressions. Four feet is chest high for most people, and it allows you to still interact with your neighbor. Six feet can completely block your neighbor, which is the ideal option if both of you like to have gatherings with a lot of people. It may feel awkward trying to party in peace when you or your neighbor can peep in on each other.

Make Sure the Front Faces Your Neighbor

The front side is the part that will look the nicest to the outside world. In other words, rails and posts should face the back. Some fences are the same all the way around. This design is standard for vinyl. If a wooden option is your go-to aesthetic, then there are ways to design picket fences so that the front and back looks the same.

Get In Touch With Hercules Fence Today

Hercules Fence has experience with nearly every type of residential and commercial fencing material imaginable, from wood and aluminum to chain link, vinyl, steel, and even temporary fencing. We have developed a reputation for quality work and fair, competitive prices. Hercules Fence is ready to serve you from six convenient locations. We have offices in Manassas, Richmond, Newport News, Norfolk, Virginia, Maryland, and North Carolina.

If you have any questions about finding your dream fence or fence maintenance, you can contact Hercules Fence today by calling (757) 316-3600 or visit FencesNewportNews.com today for a free quote!

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