- Fence Removal
- Fence Removal
Fences are multi-functional: an attractive feature, added privacy from neighbors, increased security from trespassers, and a more enclosed place for children and pets to play. No wonder it's on most homebuyers' "must-have" list.
Removing an old fence post can be a pain in the neck (or back). Not only are fence posts set in a concrete footing typically two feet underground, but if the post has become rotten and is no longer sturdy, it will make removing it even more complicated.
Once the air begins to warm, or snow thaws and the ice melts, your lawn and garden may look a little different than it did last fall. Make sure it's looking beautiful and is in peak operating condition for the warmer months by checking off these 7 things on your spring to-do list.
Is it time to bid your fence its final farewell? Maybe it’s served its purpose over the years and has reached the end of its rope, or perhaps previous owners put it up and you’re not a fan. Whatever the reason—when it’s time for a fence to go, it’s time for it to go.
So...why do people love to DIY so much? In recent years, the do-it-yourself (DIY) movement has become hugely popular, and it’s easy to understand why. Not only can doing things yourself save you some money, but it can also do wonders for your self-sufficiency, sense of pride, and appreciation for the world around you. DIY presents an opportunity to use your hands creatively and boost your brainpower, while allowing for a deeper connection to the world and a better appreciation for the things around you.
So, you finally got around to getting that beat-up garage, rundown shed, or old pool removed; but now you’re left with an empty space and aren’t quite sure what to do with it.