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A privacy fence can serve many purposes. It can tie the aesthetic of your yard together, bringing consistency and shape to an amorphous space. It can also prevent kids and pets from straying out of your yard while you’re distracted. But a privacy fence primarily offers just that: privacy.
Since installing a fence can be a tremendous undertaking, Ortega Fences LLC will answer the most pressing questions and give you some insight from landscaping pros.
What you want and why?
Privacy fences are typically taller than 4 feet and solid. Chain-link fences, by contrast, don’t offer much privacy after all. So if you want privacy first and foremost, height and material are central considerations.
What are your limitations?
If you live in an area with a homeowner’s association, or HOA, they might have guidelines on the type of fencing you can install, the height, materials used and more. Some localities also require you to have zoning or building permits before starting construction, especially if you plan to build a fence higher than 6 feet. You can check with your local city hall for any permit requirements that apply to your residence.
Once you have a good idea of what you want in a privacy fence, and what your limitations will be, it’s time to CALL 813-812-2480 for our team to get started.
Locate your property lines
Knowing where your property ends and the neighbors’ begins is crucial when planning to install fencing, we will take care of this for you.
What material do we use for your fence?
Here are some of the most common building materials used for fencing, the benefits they offer, and the challenges they might present.
Cedar: Cedar looks warm and does not warp. However, if you set it in the ground, it can rot after a few years. If you want to use cedar fencing, you’ll want to use a concrete base.
Metal: Metal fencing is versatile in that it can match a variety of styles, and it is durable. Most types of metal fencing do not offer much privacy, though.
Vinyl: This material looks great and offers excellent durability. The key is to choose the thickest one you can. However, since installation must be precise, you should consult with a pro before installing it.
Composite: A combination of wood and plastic materials. You gain the benefit of a great looking fence and don’t have to worry about rot. Conversely, because it requires meticulous installation, it’s another material where you’re better off going with pro installers.
Treated wood: It adds some pop to any yard. For budget-conscious shoppers, it’s often an appealing material because it can be inexpensive and easy to install. When sourcing your wood, you can also pick out the planks individually, paying close attention to their straightness and grain.
Masonry: Masonry can consist of concrete, brick, stone and other materials. They are perfect for elaborate and classic designs. However, because of their hefty weight, professional installation is recommended to ensure proper structural footing.