Installing a fence to delimit your property may seem simple at first sight – after all, you only need to come up with an attractive design that is suitable for the purpose of the fence, buy the materials, dig holes for the poles and install the fence. While this is true, in essence, there is one more very important step to cover before you even start designing the fence and that is to talk to the owners of the properties next to yours about your intention to build a fence. Here are some tips about how to do it right:
- Discuss all the issues related to the territory to be fenced around – your fence should be installed on your property, but it should come right up to the property limit;
- If there is an old fence around your property, discuss how, when and on whose money it will be removed;
- Inform your neighbor about how and when the installation process will take place; Let them know you have hired one of the best residential fencing Denver companies to take care of the service.
- Be polite – strictly speaking, you don’t need the permission of your neighbor to put up a new fence on your territory, but discussing the project in an open and polite manner can only improve the relationship with your neighbors.