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Here are answers to the most popular questions we get from clients regarding Fencing:
Who identifies property lines when setting up a fence?
How much fencing will I need?
To answer this question, you will need to know the dimensions of the area you are fencing in. Once you have those measurements, you can determine how much fencing material you will need using a simple equation. To find out the perimeter of your fence, simply add the length of each side of your fence together. So, for example, if your fence is 10 feet long and 5 feet wide, your perimeter would be 10 + 10 + 5 + 5, or 30 feet.
How often does a wood fence need to be replaced?
The average wood fence lasts 20 years with regular maintenance. How often it needs to be replaced depends on the type of wood, the climate, how well it was constructed, and how well it has been maintained. For example, a cedar fence in a dry climate will last longer than a pine fence in a humid climate. If a fence is poorly constructed or poorly maintained, it may only last 10 years or less.
Do I need to know where I want to put any gates?
When planning fencing, it is important to consider where you will want to put any gates. Gates provide an opening in the fence line that can be used for entrance and exit points, as well as for allowing livestock or other animals to move through the fence. Placing gates at strategic points in the fence can help to make the fence more functional and efficient.
What are private utilities, and why do I need to mark them?
Private utilities are facilities or services that are not available to the general public, and are usually owned by a private company. These can include water and sewer lines, gas lines, electricity lines, and telecommunications cables. It is important to mark these before installing a fence, so that you do not damage them or interfere with their operation.