Fences have existed for so long that no one questions why we need them. The obvious answers for owning a fence is usually for protection, security, and aesthetic. If you think about it beyond suburbia to the pioneer days as settlers began to build communities that, for some, have grown to be large cities, people build fences for the obvious reasons, but also to define ownership. It might seem petty for grown people to be so specific about their property, but when it comes to whose responsibility it is to prune a certain tree or pick the weeds or plant a garden, it gets pretty important. People like to have their own spaces and to define their own spaces, they usually draw lines and fences have evolved into aesthetically pleasing accents to our homes so much so, that the term "white picket fence" connotes an image of American success. When it comes to country fences and gates, take advantage of all these benefits fences give to your property and ensure it gets done well with our family-run company, Benchmark Fence & Deck Co.
You have probably read a number of articles describing the asset of protection is one of the key functionalities of a fence. But, sometimes the simple truths remain the simple truths. Maybe when it comes to your backyard, you're not the best lawn keeper and do not want your neighbors to see the mess. A tall fence should be able to mask the weeds. Additionally, if your backyard faces a main street, a fence can protect you from strangers walking onto your property, protect your children from losing a ball on the street, and most importantly, protect your home as an extra obstacle.
Whether you are blessed with a large front yard or a smaller one, a fence investment adds value to your property and lowers your insurance rates! That's a win-win. Nowadays, you can choose the details of your own fence with the type, choice of material, color, height, and many more. Your fence can be your pride and joy while also upping your property value and lowering your insurance.
As mentioned, it almost seems natural for humans to define their spaces and a fence does the job. Sometimes a fence says to neighbors, "this is where my garden begins and ends" or "please do not litter or let your dog go on my yard." It helps neighbors avoid little disputes with the technicality of whose property is whose and makes clear definitions of ownerships. With boundaries, you can enjoy your property with ease through your garden or entertainment, or other outdoor activities without bothering your neighbors or having your neighbors bother you.
In any case, the commonplace fence seems to only benefit the property owner and Benchmark Fence & Deck Co. wants to be a part of the beneficial experience and build the fence you want any way you want efficiently and professionally.