Whether you are looking for a decorative fence, or a fence to protect your home or business, fall is a great time to plan your project.
Spring is probably the busiest time for fence installations and other outdoor projects, meaning a longer wait time until your project gets underway. When spring hits, property owners start thinking about warmer temperatures and getting their homes and yards ready to enjoy the summer months.
With so many people planning projects, spring installation schedules fill up fast. This means installation turnaround time can be longer, and you may end up on a waiting list.
Installing your fence in the fall means you are planning your project during a fence company’s slower season as they approach their off-season. Since fall is the start of the off-season for fence installation, this can mean bigger discounts for homeowners.
The price of your fence will of course depend on a number of factors including materials, style and length, but you may save a considerable amount of money (and time) by scheduling a fence project for fall.
The weather also plays a big part in the installation process. In the spring, the ground is damp and concrete used to set fence posts may not set properly. Fence contractors must work according to the weather and there are far fewer rainy and damp days during autumn than in the spring.
As summer winds down, it’s the perfect time to start planning for your new fence. We offer free consultations to get you started on your fall fence project. Please call us for more information at 610-718-1151!

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