Whether you live in a big city or a small town, the rural country or urban sprawl, fences are a must for a variety of reasons. In big cities security and privacy fencing seems to be the main draw, though the same can be said for smaller towns as well. In rural country settings, fences are often used in the garden and as containment devices for livestock. Regardless of why or where you’re installing your Atlanta fence you can rest assured that there’s the design, materials and technology to build it.
Before you begin building your fence, you will need to check with any city-wide and/or neighborhood regulations that often pertain to height and verify boundary lines. This is important to do so because the last thing you want is to get part way through building your new Atlanta fence and be stopped by a bunch of red tape. Of course, the company you hire will know what these regulations are, but if you live in a gated community or suburb housing there will likely be other regulations you have to comply with that include what color your fence is and possibly even style limitations. Be sure to read up on what these codes and regulations and file for a permit if needed well before you start designing your Atlanta fence so that when the time comes to build, you’ll be ready.
Once that ground work is laid, be sure to inform the necessary people that you will be building a fence. Let the home owner’s association know, as well as your neighbors. Installing Atlanta fences can be very noisy and even invasive work that sometimes requires tearing up quite a bit of ground and redoing the landscaping. It’s important to be courteous to your community and let them know what’s going on and to give an estimate of how long the work will last for. A good Atlanta fence company will be able to tell you. Just remember that while the old adage that fences make good neighbors, good neighbors make even better ones.