4 Things To Consider When Installing A Privacy Fence

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4 Things To Consider When Installing A Privacy Fence

21 July 2016
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If you are considering adding a privacy fence for your home, it can be the perfect way to ensure that your family gets the privacy that you desire, as well as the landscaping background that you prefer. However, privacy fencing doesn't always add value to your home since there are many things to consider. Here are four specific things to take note of:

  1. The Neighborhood: If you live in an open neighborhood with no neighbors who have a privacy fence, then your home is going to stick out tremendously. This decreases the value of your home, especially considering that any potential buyer looking in that area is probably looking for a home that is more open and inviting. On top of this, you are going to come off as stand-offish, which isn't going to welcome anyone nicely to your home. 
  2. Your Neighbors: If you have neighbors who have a backyard they don't take care of or dogs that can jump a fence, then the installation of a privacy fence can not only improve your comfort levels in your backyard, but also your home's value. This is especially true if you live in a neighborhood that isn't well taken care of and has many large, commercial buildings surrounding it. 
  3. Your Yard: If your yard isn't clearly marked as far as property lines go, it can make a potential buyer feel that the yard is too small. This is why it's definitely going to increase your home's value if you have a nice, tall, sturdy fence that clearly marks these lines. On top of this, a privacy fence can add some definition to the yard that makes it appear larger than it truly is. 
  4. Your Swimming Pool: If you have a swimming pool in your backyard, a privacy fence is definitely more valuable. This is because when you are swimming in your own yard or tanning by the pool, you will want privacy from the neighbors. This is also going to help with safety since it ensures that no neighborhood kids or pets can jump over the fence and potentially drown in the pool. Of course, you should still consider a pool fence for these reasons, but a privacy fence will also be seen as a safety measure, which increases home value. 

When you consider these four things when installing a privacy fence for your home with the help of a company like Allied Fence of Tampa Bay, you can be sure that it's the best decision for you in the long run. 

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My name is James and if you need a fence erected on your property, you'll find all the information you need to know right here on this blog. Last year, my wife Bonnie and I decided to have a fence installed around the perimeter of our property. We didn't know which type of fence would be the best, so we started looking for information about all the different kinds of fencing materials. We studied and discussed various types of fences, including iron, vinyl and wood. After our fence was installed by an area fence contractor, we knew that we had made the right choice. As you read this blog, you'll learn all kinds of information about the various types of fences and I hope that it helps you choose the best one for your needs.