Are you or is a neighbor going to install a fence on a property line? Think of this first; a stockade fence costs about $180 for an 8 foot section. This means a 96 foot long fence would cost around $2,200! Fence companies DO NOT require a survey!
What happens when the fence is installed on the wrong property?
- A dispute arises.
- A survey is needed to determine the property line.
- The fence now needs to be moved and new posts purchased and paid again to be reinstalled.
- Abutting property needs to be restored.
Stonewall Surveying will research your boundaries, verify any existing property monuments (very important!) and set missing ones; plus set stakes along the property line.
DON’T GUESS ~ Know where the property line is first! A phone call to Stonewall Surveying can guide you in the right direction.
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What’s more, good fences make good neighbors!
Exactly! Most neighbors get in conflicts when they do not know where the boundary is and start modifying a neighbor’s property.