A fence helps to mark your property line, provides privacy from your neighbours, and keeps your home secure from outsiders. Every home’s property has a unique size and slope and fences can be built to accommodate your home’s unique characteristics. Take a look at these two custom fence projects from Edmonton for under $10,000.
Custom Safety Fence for $2,500 in Edmonton
This homeowner from Edmonton hired Red Seal Builders & Supply Ltd. to design and build a custom property fence. Where most homeowners build a fence for privacy, this homeowner’s idea for the fence was more for safety. The final product is a neighbour friendly open design fence that wraps around the property.
As you can see from the photos, the horizontal boards with gaps in between allows you to see through the fence, giving visibility where needed. The company was able to make custom cuts to follow the curve of the driveway. In doing so, the homeowner didn’t have to do any new landscaping or compromise their driveway or yard for space. With the driveway extending into the backyard, having a fence there can protect young kids or pets from any danger.
Privacy Fence in Edmonton
Nancy hired Prestige Woodworks to install a privacy fence in their backyard. Nancy’s backyard has a small slope, which makes installing a fence a little more difficult. Prestige Woodworks was able to accommodate Nancy’s request by accounting for the slope. The stair like design maintains a consistent height, compared to the ground, throughout the structure. This helps to maintain the aesthetics of the property. Without it, the higher part of the yard would be visible through the lower part, eliminating the aspect of privacy.
In seeing these two projects you now know that you do not have to give up your privacy, safety, or security if you have a unique property. Fence pros can accommodate almost any request to satisfy your fence project goals. Spring is just around the corner, which means you should start planning your fence project soon. Get connected with a pro in your area to talk about design ideas and possible quotes for your project before it’s too late.