3 Things to Look for in a Residential Fence

Adding a fence to your property can be as exciting as it is scary. There are so many things to consider, and you never know how smoothly the project will go until its finished. At FloriFence, we promise to work diligently and collaboratively to ensure you get the most out of your fencing project. This is what we recommend customers look for before starting their fencing project: 

Creating the right backyard environment

Before you contract FloriFence to build your fence, you need to know exactly why you’re getting one. A fence that is built to keep kids and dogs safe is different from a fence that is solely for aesthetic purposes. Talk to your contractor about why you want fencing first, and they will help you choose the right materials and design elements to achieve your vision. 

Security 

Different neighborhoods and homes need different levels of security for their fencing. For example, if you live in a gated community or have a high-end home security system, you may not need the extra security of a solid vinyl or iron fence. However, if you’re looking for your fencing to be your main defense from intruders, installing a tall, solid fencing option may be your best bed. 

Maintenance needs

Are you the kind of person who enjoys yard work on the weekends as a way to exercise and enjoy the sunshine? If so, a wooden or white vinyl fence will be no problem for you. However, if you don’t want to spend any time pressure washing or mending minor splitters in your fence, a chain link or aluminum option may be better for you. 

FloriFence wants you to be 100% happy with your new home exterior design. To learn more about our fencing options and pricing, contact us today!

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