If you are planning on installing a new fence next year, consider moving up your timeline to this fall or winter! Installing a residential fence in the fall or winter comes with many benefits, and allows you to enjoy your new fence when spring arrives. Continue reading to learn why installing a fence this season is the best decision.
Stay In Budget
Fencing businesses typically are busier in the spring and summer, meaning that they often offer discounts or upgraded products in the fall and winter. With this in mind, the cooler months are ideal for those on a budget, or for those who want to get the most out of their fence. Take advantage of the discounts and get a custom fence, or upgrade to more durable materials. Planning a fence installation in the fall also gives you more time to work with professionals, as they will likely have fewer customers.
Since fencing companies are less busy in the fall and winter, they can spend more time on your fence to finish the project quicker. In the spring or summer, you may have to wait a while for a crew’s schedule to open, and may not see your new fence for a few months. During the fall and winter, however, you will likely have a shorter time frame and may even get a larger crew to work on your residential fence installation.
Protect Your Landscape
Your landscape may be full of plants and flowers in the warmer months, and a fence installation can disturb or damage the plants. However, most plants are dormant in the winter, so you won’t have to worry about any long-term damage. By spring, your new fence will be installed and will look beautiful with the landscape.
Residential Fences for Your Home from Hercules Fence DC
Hercules Fence DC has been providing homeowners with quality fences for over 50 years. We are well equipped to meet your needs, whether they are residential or commercial. We have extensive experience working with families and pet owners to keep the most important members of their home safe, so call us today about installing a new pet fence for your family. Contact us by giving us a call at 301-441-1600 or visiting us online. To see examples of our work, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Flickr.