Summer is nearing an end and you didn’t get all of your outdoor projects done. You had such a long list of plans and time just got away from you. Vacations, picnics, day trips, time at the pool. Don’t get frustrated. That’s where we come in!

When fall arrives, we’re still in full gear. If you’re thinking about getting a new fence or deck next spring, you may want to reconsider and have it done this fall instead.

A fall or winter installation may work better for you. In the fall, projects tend to slow down, meaning you won’t have to wait as long for your fence or deck as you would in the spring or summer. This shortens your timeframe, because we can get the job done for you faster. A fall install avoids the backlog that happens during the warmer months.

Another consideration is the landscaping in your outdoor areas. When fall comes, most elements in your landscape tend to go dormant until spring. This allows us to install a fence or deck more easily around your plants, trees, and shrubs. Lawns also become dormant, minimizing the chance that equipment could cause damage.

During the spring and summer months, many people want to spend as much time as possible enjoying the outdoors. When you have construction going on, it makes it a lot harder to relax and unwind in your outdoor space. Installing in the fall can happen much faster than in the spring and summer. This means you’ll be outside enjoying your yard in no time without fence or deck installation getting in the way.

Plan ahead now for fall. Contact us for a free estimate on your next fence or deck project and we’ll be happy to get the process started with you! 610-718-1151

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