What To Expect During Fencing Installation

Installing a fence with a professional company is always the best way to go with a fence addition or renovation. However, the process can be more complicated than a homeowner or business owner may expect. It is not a “one and done” job, but rather takes meticulous planning in order to achieve. 

First, our contractors will schedule an onsite inspection to determine your design needs and provide an estimate. This needs to be done onsite because our team cannot get an accurate estimate without seeing your property’s unique landscape and size. We will also need to ascertain certain details of your property boundaries, electric lines, and plumbing to ensure the installation process does not disrupt current structures.

After our initial assessment, we will draw up plans for your fencing design and installation. This includes the materials, yardage, gate and trim additions, and unique considerations for your landscaping. The FloriFence team will go over this with you in detail to ensure every aspect of your project is what you envision. Then, we’ll be able to move onto the prep work. 

Prep work for fencing involves ordering the right materials, getting any applicable permits, and contacting local authorities such as the HOA to ensure your fencing project is within the standards of the community. We may also dig to pour concrete for more sturdy fencing, and will clear any landscaping elements that are in the way of your projected fencing area. 

Finally, after all of the prep work is done, it’s time to install your fencing. The actual installation process may take only a couple of days, but all of the prep work is necessary to ensure we don’t have to halt the project or redo any work. Talk to your team lead to determine the exact timeline for your project so you can have a better idea of what to expect. 

To learn more about fencing services for residential and commercial areas, contact our offices today! We would be happy to collaborate on your next fencing project.

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