24 Apr Top 5 Fencing problems in Adelaide and how to avoid them
At Lee benson fencing we have been in the fencing business for some time now and we have put together a list of the TOP 5 FENCING PROBLEMS and how to address them, We try to discuss with our customers all of these tips in detail to make sure there are no hiccups along the way.NON APPROVED FENCING, this can be easily not thought of when you are ready to install your colorbond fence, its best to check with your local council to see what the rules are, you may be in an area which only allows a certain type of fencing or colorbond colour.FENCE LINE DISPUTES, making sure your proposed fence is on the boundary is very important, and getting it right before you install the fence will eliminate a lot of problems down the track, you should always make sure you use your property pins to establish your fence line, if you cannot find the pins it may be necessary to get asurveyor out to mark it for you.FENCING DAMAGES UTILITY LINES, When you have a profession that digs holes all the time your more than likely to hit something even if you have sought out the plans for the area, Lee benson fencing recommends that you ring dial before you digto get all the info on your place, as it is always good to know where the telstra, water and gas lines are.INSTALLING THE WRONG TYPE OF FENCING, At lee benson fencing we use great fencing contractors and they will discuss with you all the details of your fencing before it is installed, privacy, pool, safety are just a few of the things we talk about when quoting a fence, or even having a steel fence by the sea instead of aluminium.FIND A GREAT FENCING CONTRACTOR, keep clear of salesmen and people trying to rush you into a sale, they only care about getting your money and may not care about a great job, you should be able to feel comfortable with the fencing company you go with, the best way to find great contractors is word of mouth through your friends and family. What should you ask a contractor? Are they licensed, how long have they been in business for and has it been under the same name? are they insured in case anything should happen, be clear on the payment methods and how the fence will be done.And last of all DO YOUR RESEARCH!! Espically when getting a contractor for frameless glass pool fencing.