Planning for any home renovation project can be difficult and even more so when it’s an outdoor project. A number of factors can push your project to the bottom of the totem pole. Whether it’s from bad weather or the company is already booked up for the season, it’s important to plan ahead. Take a look at these two fence replacement projects from Calgary and get connected with pros today.
New Fortress Style Fence for $3,500 in Calgary
Calgary Fence And Deck installed this homeowner’s fence for $3,500. The final product is a beautiful wooden fortress style fence that will provide privacy and security while looking great. With unpredictable weather in Calgary, these homeowners had to put off their project for almost a year. Luckily, they were first in line come spring time due to their planning ahead.
Just as bad weather can delay projects, it can also have an affect on your structure. A wooden, fortress style fence is durable and can withstand extreme weather conditions. Wooden fences typically have a lifespan of 15 years, however with proper maintenance this can be pushed to 20 years. Talk to a pro about what material and style is best for your climate today.
New Fortress Style Fence for $5,500 in Calgary
Similar to the above project, First Class Fencing installed a fortress style fence for Stewart and his family. While Stewart didn’t run into any weather delays, he did his due diligence in not only obtaining a quote before the work started, but going through the quote and project specs with the company prior to hiring. It can be tempting to accept a quote right away, but it’s important to have everything finalized before your project starts. This will help to avoid miscommunication and avoid the risk of more time and money being added to your project. Use HomeStars’ ultimate hiring guide checklist to help you hire right the first time.
In the end, Stewart is left with a new fence that was the quoted cost and was completed within the time frame allotted. Get connected to a pro today to discuss the scope of your new fence project so that you can get booked in and have your new fence come springtime.
As you can see, both of these homeowners chose to install a wooden fortress style fence. As this fence was best suited for their needs and climate, another style might be best suited for your property. Take a look at the different styles of fences and material costs before you make your decision. It’s important to start planning ahead and obtaining quotes before you miss the mark. The sooner you connect with a pro, the more likely you’ll be able to break ground when the snow melts.