The towns and cities around western North Carolina are some of the most beautiful in the South, and Asheville itself is a truly unique city. People have been discovering our area for decades and buying houses rapidly. Some houses seem to disappear from the market as quickly as they are listed. Homeowners throughout the area have seen their property values skyrocket over the years, even in some of the more remote locations. 

Whether you are a long-time resident or you have recently purchased a home in Buncombe, Madison, Henderson, Haywood, or surrounding counties, you have something special. Property owners in Asheville and western North Carolina know how important it is to choose the right fencing material.

Adding a commercial fence to your property is much more than a financial matter; it is a choice that impacts security, safety, convenience, privacy, and aesthetics. The right solution can enhance the practical features of your property, as well as its appearance for the public, visitors, vendors, partners, and employees. Since it is such an important decision, it is worth taking some time to consider some key questions.

Western North Carolina is one of the most beautiful places to live in the country. We are so fortunate to be in the shadow of some of the tallest mountains in the Appalachians. From almost anywhere in the Asheville area, residents can look up to see beautiful views and vast vistas. Within a short drive of downtown, you can explore hundreds of waterfalls, hike and mountain bike on thousands of miles of trails, and enjoy true outdoor adventure.

The challenge for builders, business owners, and engineers is figuring out how to get around the mountains. As amazing as it is when home builders figure out how to construct houses in the mountains, the roads and parking lots are just as impressive. Many private neighborhood roads cling to the sides of mountains and climb significantly in elevation with a series of switchbacks. 

Keys to Pool Safety This Summer

Tuesday, 30 June 2020 18:57

What could be better than a long, lazy summer afternoon spent in the pool? Across the country, there are some 10.4 million residential pools, and they are the scene for countless hours of recreation, exercise, socialization, and relaxation. Unfortunately, this backyard luxury can also become a significant hazard. How can you enjoy your pool safely this season? 

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