Wants to have a fence? Here are some of the questions that you might have in mind..

How does a fence last longer?

With a stain! Why stain? Because it allows you to change the color and helps increase the longevity of your fence.

Why have a fence last longer? Because everyone wants to get their money’s worth.

Why do you need a fence?

People need fences for security and safety, fencing protects your valuables and more importantly protects you and your family. There isn’t a city or suburb on the planet that doesn’t have crime, and yours is no exception. Taking precautions to avoid being the victim of crime is as simple as installing fencing around your accessible areas. A fence acts as a deterrent for trespassers and intruders and keeps unwanted wild animals off your property as well.

Fences also keep things in, like children. From a safety perspective, knowing your children are in a yard that is fenced offers solid peace of mind when it comes to their well-being.

Fences are also great for keeping pets in a confined, controlled area.

if you have animals and you wish to keep them enclosed within the premises of your backyard. Animals like dogs can leave a mess behind and damage the furniture in your home. With a fence, they can be safely secured outside and away from any potential damage.

A fence in a backyard is also ideal for multiple homeowners who have multiple pets. Their backyard, depending on the size, can hold dozens of animals securely inside the vicinity of a fence.

Fences can also separate your home from the outside world, and when it comes to privacy, knowing there are no prying eyes of strangers or neighbors watching your family offers freedom from worry.

What type of fence is ideal for your backyard?

Privacy fences are fantastic choices for protecting the backyard from potential intruders, lurking deers, and don’t forget about those nosy neighbors! A privacy fence is great for dividing the backyards of neighbors. It can also easily identify the boundaries of property owners by showing where the property lines are located. Some neighbors can be really frustrated with the encroachment of fences on their property illegally. Accidents happen, but even if a fence is even 6 inches inside their property line, your neighbors can force you to move it at your own expense.

How can you avoid the encroachment of fences on your neighbors’ property?

Through the use of a local and dependable surveying company.

A surveyor can come out to your home to identify the location of your property line. There’s only one property line that divides neighbors. If you have a surveyor come out, make sure to have them identify the line by marking the ground.

What is used to identify property lines?

They can either use wooden stakes with a bright-colored ribbon wrapped around the top; Usually pink or yellow. Or, sometimes metal rebar, spanning the length of approximately 2 feet, can be discovered in the ground through the use of a metal detector. These metal detectors are necessary if your home is an existing structure. However, these detectors can be obsolete if the home is sitting on multiple acres because that would take forever to find! This being said, this is why you should always consider calling your local surveying company.

How much does it cost to get your property surveyed?

As you have obviously figured out by now if you’re a responsible adult that is, nothing is free. Nowadays, everything seems expensive. You have bills to pay and getting your property surveyed just adds to it! If you are wondering where to start when getting your fence, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Buckhead Fence Company, we tell you exactly what you need to know to successfully guide you through every step of the process. Getting your property surveyed takes less than an hour to complete. Depending on the location of your property and the square footage of your land, prices may vary. Pricing for getting your property surveyed can average between $250 to $800.

Ready to begin your fence project now? Call us at ‪(470) 431-0079‬.

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