It is important that your property is ready to go when your fence contractors arrive to install your fence for you. This allows them to do their job and helps them to create an excellent fence for you. Here are three tips for preparing your property for fence installation.
Make a Property Line
Long before the fence contractors arrive to install your fence for you, it is important that you have marked your property line. This may require you to pull out some documentation, or even acquire some records, so it is a good idea to plan ahead and do this well in advance. You can then use flags, string, or even paint to distinctly mark your property line. This ensures that your fence is built exactly where it needs to be and you won’t run into any problems later on. The best way to locate property lines is to hire a surveyor.
Check for Electric and Plumbing Lines
It is also important that you call your electric and water companies before the fence installation begins so that they can come out and mark where these are buried in your property. This is generally done using colored flags or bright spray paint to mark the ground. This allows your fence contractor to see where all of these lines are located and helps to make sure that nothing is hit when ground is being leveled, holes are being dug, and posts are being installed.
Clear The Area
Your fence contractors are there to install a fence for you, not clean up your yard and remove debris. Because of this, it is important that you have taken the time to clear the area of trash, dead plants, weeds, rocks, and any other type of debris. This allows the fence contractors to come in and get right to work. It also allows them to install your fence in the best possible way because they have a great area to work with.
We as a fencing contractor place all Tennessee 811 calls before you dig tickets. If your property is ready to go, visit us at AllStar Fence & Deck today to get your fence installed.