They say that “fences make good neighbors,” but that is not always true. Sometimes, fences can actually be the catalyst of a dispute between neighbors. Luckily, these disputes are easily avoidable. All you have to do is adhere to the following Fence Etiquette Guidelines.
- Talk to your Neighbor: Before starting construction, talk to your neighbor. Do they have any concerns? If so, talk through them. It is important to wrong foot.
- Observe Boundaries: Study your house line drawing or plot. Or order a new survey just to be sure of property lines. You don’t want to have to tear down your fence because it is on your neighbor’s property.
- Observe Regulations: To avoid any disputes, review restrictions – like fence height – with your fence company before choosing a fence.
- HOA Rules: Homeowners Associations can be incredibly strict. So it is important to check with your before beginning any fencing project. HOAs can dictate style, height, and even maintenance.
- Don’t ignore your Neighbor: If you neighbor voices a complaint, hear him/her out. The solution may be simple.
- Don’t neglect your Fence: Regular fence maintenance is important. Neglecting your fence will not only detract from your property’s curb appeal and value, but it could also affect your neighbor’s property.
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