Can I Install a Fence Myself?
DIY homeowners who are looking to try their hands at installing a fence can certainly save some money by handling the labor themselves. However, there’s more to installing a fence than just hammering boards to posts. In fact, there’s a whole industry devoted to fence installation, and nothing beats the experience of a professional fence builder. Though you may save on costs initially, if your fence is not built correctly, you may wind up having to pay a contractor to make repairs should the fence fall over.
We’ve Got Your Back
At Builders Fence Company, we are here to support you one way or the other. If you prefer to build your own fence, or you have your own handyman for the job, we’ve got a range of quality fencing materials for you to choose from. These include:
- Pine wood – a cost-effective, pressure-treated option
- Western red cedar wood – another real-wood material that is more durable than pine
- Vinyl – real-wood appearance with much fewer maintenance requirements
- Aluminum – looks like wrought-iron but will not rot or rust
- Chain link – best for containing pets or improving security
While we’re happy to provide you with your preferred fencing material, we also recommend our installation services. We’re members of the American Fence Association and North American Fence Contractors Association, two organizations that are dedicated to best installation practices, so you can rest assured that our craftsmanship is impeccable. We offer a worry-free solution for homeowners who want the peace of mind that comes with knowing their newly installed fence will stay upright for years to come.
For more information about the fencing materials that we can provide for your project, or to speak with a representative about installing a new fence at your home or place of business, contact Builders Fence Company today.