Are you in the market for a new fence for your property? When it comes to choosing a fence, there are a few things you will need to think about. This includes height, style, materials, and color. If you are struggling to choose a color for your fence, here are a few tips that will help make your decision a little easier!
Considering The Surrounding Scenery
When selecting a fence color, you need to consider the colors found in your landscape. You want your fence either compliment your yard or blend in with it. All too often homeowners choose a fence color that clashes with things around it. For instance, if you have a lush green yard, you may want to consider choosing a dark green color that accentuates the earthiness of your landscape.
Consult Your Neighbors
Before you purchase a fence for your yard, you should speak to your neighbors. Even though it is primarily your decision, it is the neighborly thing to do. If they are going to have to look at it every day, you should at least hear them out if they have any discrepancies with any colors. By speaking with your neighbors, you are helping to avoid conflict that could otherwise arise if you do not disclose your fence plans. Also, they may be able to give you other suggestions on fence styles and colors that you haven’t even considered.
Check The Rules And Regulations In Your Area
Some neighborhoods have restrictions when it comes to fence colors. It is important that you check with your areas policies before deciding on a fence color. In some cases, you may be limited to traditional colors like natural wood, wood, or white. It would be a shame if you realized after installing your fence that you need to take it down or repaint it because it is not up to code.
Hercules Fence is Here to Help
No matter what type of fence you have decided on, Hercules Fences has the expertise and equipment to construct your dream fence. Our experienced team can help meet your fencing needs, whether they are residential or commercial, for the right price. We proudly serve Albemarle County, Amelia, Ashland, Augusta, Buckingham, Caroline, Charles City, Charlottesville, Chester County, Chesterfield County, Colonial Heights, Cumberland County Dinwiddle County, Fluvanna County, and Fort Lee, Virginia, VA. Give us a call at 804-752-7992 or visit us online. To see examples of our work and keep in touch, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn,Flickr, and Pinterest.