As we approach the end of the year, families throughout western North Carolina are scrambling to meet all of their holiday obligations. From work, church, and family gatherings to finding the right gifts for everyone on your list, there is no doubt you are busy during this season.
At the same time, the end of the year presents an opportunity to evaluate aspects of your life and determine where changes may need to be made. Your home and property are always in need of maintenance and updating. This is a good time to make a list of what should be repaired or replaced in the new year.
One of the areas of your property that is far too easy to neglect is your fence. You might have noticed (perhaps while you were hanging lights or garland) that the fencing is beginning to look a little worse for wear.
The holidays are upon us here in western North Carolina. It is one of the most beautiful times of the year in Asheville and surrounding towns. Residents and businesses are decorating for the season with lights, garland, and more. Even if it doesn’t snow, it is still a winter wonderland. Of course, many area residents are crossing their fingers and looking to the sky in hopes of a white Christmas.
If there is one downside to living in this amazing area, it is that winter can carry on well beyond the holidays. Snow and ice can continue impacting Buncombe and Henderson counties through March and even April.
Is your fence ready for the cold and winter weather the next three to five months can bring?
Merriam-Webster defines a fence as “a barrier intended to prevent escape or intrusion or to mark a boundary.” When it comes to preventing a way of escape for someone such as a pet, keeping an intruder out and away from your family, or marking a boundary between your property and another, your fence should be very precisely to your liking.
And what better way to get the fence you want than using a custom fence builder? In this article, we are discussing why you should trust a professional fence building company for your custom fence.