Tending to your lawn is a year long activity that you’ll have to take care of almost constantly. Even when the cold winter months arrive, you’ll still have to do a lot in order to make sure your lawn stays in good enough order.
It stands to reason, therefore, that you have to be very careful about how you manage your lawn after having Metro Fence Brighton install a brand new fence on your property, as well as during the installation process itself.
Because installing a new fence can require digging, it’s important to keep track of how the installation progresses. Was your lawn solid or damaged by cast away debris and dirt during installation? Have the workers trampled on it? Maybe your lawn was simply covered up for too long and you were forced to neglect it during the time that the project was underway.
Aside from these issues, it’s also important to note how the landscape, environment and ecosystem surrounding the lawn might be affected by a new fence. Aside from producing more shade (which can be avoided if need be), a new fence could end up damaging your lawn indirectly by becoming a disruptive influence on the environment and even affecting it as its material compound breaks down in the soil over time.
To avoid all these problems, consider the option of a stone or metal fence that will prevent a lot of the problems you’d otherwise run into.