DIY Fence Replacements Gone Wrong

Fencing around your home is no small task and if you don’t have sufficient experience with DIY projects, you can easily make mistakes, too – here are some mistakes that you should avoid:
– Posts that are incorrectly spaced – many homeowners deciding to save a few bucks by leaving longer distance between fence posts regretted their decision later. Longer space between the posts makes the fence weaker, more vulnerable to harsh winds and other types of extreme weather and it is makes it easier for animals to escape;
– Improperly fastened corner posts – another costly mistake that weakens your fence;
– Bumping into unexpected underground utilities – not checking the area where you will build your new fence for buried utilities is a costly and dangerous mistake, even if the posts of the new fence will go into the place from which the old ones have been removed. Underground utilities can be found at any depth, some of them right underneath the surface, so make sure you check the ground for cables and pipes before you start any fencing work;
– Disregarding property limits – mounting your new fence on the property of your neighbor is a huge mistake and you will probably made to remove it and rebuild it on your own property.
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