5 Reasons to Install Your Fence in the Winter
Spring may be just around the corner, but why wait to schedule your fence estimate until then? Our fence contractors can help you with your fence estimate and get started on the installation while the snow is still on the ground!
In fact, there are a number of advantages to choosing to install your fence in the winter over any other time of year.
As long as the ground isn’t frozen and there’s not a lot of heavy snow and ice, our fence experts can help you landscape, and have your fence up by springtime before the spring rush! Here are 3 signs you need a fence replacement.
With that said, here are five great reasons why you should install your fence this winter:
1) Better for Saving Money on the Project
Generally, all fencing contractors are busier in the spring and summer, especially in Wisconsin! So if you give us a call this winter, we can get you scheduled earlier so that you can enjoy your fence during the warmer months.
What to know the best reason? Since fencing contractors are generally less busy during these months, most fencing contractors will be willing to provide discounts for the same price!
Same fence as you would get in the summer, just done earlier and for less money? This is why many of our customers opt for a winter fence installation! Contact us for pricing today.
2) Easier to Landscape
The next great reason why you should install your fence this winter, is that during the winter months, there are fewer obstacles for the fencing contractors while they work.
Since most plant life in your yard is dormant, your plants are much less likely to be damaged during this time of year.
Landscaping is much easier (and faster!) for our fencing contractors when there are fewer plants and lush tree branches in the way.
It’s also less likely for there to be pets, children, toys, and wild animals interfering with the fencing contractors. All of these are great reasons why you should install your fence this winter.
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3) Offers Privacy During the Winter Months
To our point above, with less greenery in your yard, you’ll likely feel that your front and back yards are looking a little bare and not very secluded.
For example, if during the spring, summer, and fall months, you have trees and shrubs providing privacy around the perimeter of your yard, you won’t have much during the winter months to keep your family and pets feeling exposed.
But a privacy fence installation in the winter will help! Contact our team today and we’ll discuss a custom fence installation for your home.
4) Faster Fence Installation
Spring is a busy time for fencing contractors, since our customers tend to wait for the spring months to have their new fence installed.
Oftentimes, springtime is so busy for fencing contractors that people will have to wait for an opening in a fencing contractor’s schedule.
Don’t get put on a waitlist!
Installing your fence during the winter months not only means that you will get your fence will get done sooner, but also faster. This means there will be more time to enjoy your fence in the warmer months.
5) Enjoy the Sunshine!
Since you got an early start on your fence installation, you will get to enjoy your entire spring with your new fence!
This means that your summer games and outdoor fun won’t be interfered with by a fence installation! This is a great reason why you should install your fence this winter, as it will allow you to enjoy the sunshine on your patio!
By having your fence installed this winter, you’ll also be able to safely host your summer parties and play games with your children in a safe & protected backyard, You’ll also finally be able to let your dog freely roam for the entire spring & summer!
All of this without the hassle & noise of a pesky spring fence installation. Since you most likely won’t be spending much time outside in the winter, our fence contractors can work earlier in the year without disturbing your outdoor activities.
Winter Fence Installation FAQs
Here are some common questions regarding installing a fence during the winter months:
Is it OK to install a fence in the winter?
Yes, in fact, it’s often the best time of year to install your fence! From saving on money, to shortening the overall timeframe of the installation, to helping reduce landscaping damage, installing a fence in the winter if often the best option.
Is it cheaper to get a fence in the winter?
A winter fence installation, since the timeframe is usually shorter than during the spring or summer, can cost you a little less in terms of both fencing materials and labor. In addition, many fencing companies often offer a discount for the slower winter months.
How do you install a fence when the ground is frozen?
While building a fence isn’t recommended when it’s extremely cold, there is still a process to install a fence when the Wisconsin ground is frozen. Fencing contractors will utilize a jackhammer to dig fence post holes in the ground, and will then pour concrete for maximum stability. Another method is to use a metal post to create a pilot hole.
What fencing is best for winter?
Any fencing types installed by Northern Fence can withstand the harsh winter months. However, one of our best recommendations is vinyl fencing, since it is designed with anti-impact inhibitors for the best possible durability during a winter storm/weather.
Final Thoughts On Having A Winter Fence Installation
No matter when you get a fence, having a fence installed by our Fox Valley fencing company will give you a safer and more private experience in your own backyard. However, the 5 reasons why you should install your fence this winter that we talked about above make it rather enticing to get an early start and get your fence installed this winter.
Contact Us for Installing a Fence in the Winter!
Beat the crowd and give our fencing company a call! Our fencing contractors will be happy to talk with you and get started on your fence repair or installation project before the snow melts, whether you are looking for a wood, vinyl, picket and split rail, chain link, and wrought iron fences.
Ready to get started? Contact Northern Fence today!