While DIY projects can be rewarding, they’re almost always also a hassle. With some DIY projects, the risk/reward factor is minimal, but you may want to take a moment to consider all your options when taking into account a lifetime appliance, such as a fence. Done properly, a fence can protect a family for generations, all while looking good to boot. Done properly. A lot can go wrong in the construction of a fence, and for better or worse (and probably worse), you’d be stuck with it after all’s said and done.
A lot of people don’t really know all the steps involved in making a fence from scratch. Anyone can make a pile of wood stand on end, but not just anyone can make a fence. The professionals at Central Fence have been doing this for over fifty years, so they know a thing or two about constructing quality fences. And more often than not, amateur work falls short of the ‘quality’ milestone. It’s fine to save a quick buck or two, but a fence is more than a purchase, it’s an investment. It’s something you trust to keep you and your family safe, something that can drive a property’s value up (or down!) depending on the integrity of the fence in question.
In order to make a fence from scratch, a lot of materials need to be bought, and most people don’t have a good idea as to which tools are quality tools or which will break before the project is over, or worse, impede its ability to be a high-quality fence. Many retailers sell their products at an increased rate to individual customers who aren’t accustomed to the wheel-and-deal of retail transaction, or whose project doesn’t take them into the discount territory bulk purchasing can grant them– the kind that professional fence companies make all the time.
What’s more, you’d have to spend a lot of time plotting out your land and waiting for the collective materials to arrive. If you’ve miscounted, and still have something yet to arrive (or hasn’t, when it should have) you could be stuck on an awkward phase, where the structural safety of your fence is in question. Realizing that your posts aren’t the right size can be awkward when you’ve already planted them in and got dirt all over them. The return policy might not be as lenient as you’d like for dirty planks and posts. Time is money, and you’d be saving a lot of money, hassle, and frustration over simply entrusting the tedious process to a fencing company that’s done this thousands of times before.
If you’re still on the fence as to whether or not you want to do do it yourself, feel free to call us on our telephone number (1-800-221-6425) or visit us at one of our convenient locations in Swainsboro, Vidalia, Statesboro, or Sandersville. We’ll be happy to assist you in any way we can!