Avoid Problems When Installing Aluminum Fence
Before Installing Your Aluminum Fence
If your property lines are not clear, having a new staked survey of your land is always a good idea to prevent any future problems when it is time to sell. Always know where your property lines are.
A staked survey is the best but you can use a plot plan of your property which is usually found in your mortgage papers
Take note of any obstructions where you are going to install your aluminum fence, such as trees, bushes, or any other obstructions.
Please check with your local agency prior to digging to eliminate unnecessary costs or possible injury.There are public agencies which generally will mark utilities which may lie in the ground. They include electric lines, phone lines, gas lines, cable lines, etc.
Please check with your local agency prior to digging to eliminate unnecessary costs or possible injury. Check for underground utilities or privately installed underground pipes or lines where you will be digging.
Each municipality has its own building and zoning codes for industrial, commercial and residential fencing. Specific regulations exist for pool settings, corner lots, and fence placement. Always check with your local building department prior to selecting your aluminum fencing.
Swimming pool fence will provide containment and make the pool area safer. Always check your local building codes or local Boca pool codes. Select the ornamental aluminum fence that meets the requirements. All aluminum fence gates must be self-closing and self-latching and open away from the pool area.
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