Press Release (ePRNews.com) - CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Jan 14, 2019 - Getting a new puppy or planning for a small dog can change the style or layout of an existing fence or fence plans. Many new homeowners have small children and pets. It’s part of a great family plan because face it; children love pets!! One of the most popular major purchases for a new homeowner is a new fence – but what if the HOA requires aluminum? Neighborhoods have become more urban, more populated, and the lots have become smaller which can make it unsafe for a little doggie to roam free.
Smaller dogs like a chihuahua or a dachshund can be hard to keep enclosed in a fenced yard versus a larger dog like an English Bulldog. Despite frustrations, there are options for securing a dog that doesn’t involve replacing an entire fence or keeping pets indoors. Whether closing on a home and shopping for a new aluminum fence for Sparky or looking for a quick fix to an existing fence; here are a few options that can give peace of mind while pets enjoy the outdoors:
Puppy Pickets or Double Pickets
Any reputable fencing company will offer these two styles for a new aluminum fence. The “puppy picket” style has 1 5/8” spacing, which goes up about 16-20 inches from the ground then transitions to standard spacing the for the remainder of the fence. The “double picket” is the 1 5/8” spacing from top to bottom. Some customers might find this style more appealing for its consistency. Puppy pickets and double pickets will add around $7 extra per foot to a new fence.
This is a simple and fairly foolproof way to prevent Sparky from sneaking out. It comes in a black or galvanized metal; or even in a plastic chicken wire which is much easier to handle compared to the metal offerings with sharp edges. If a fence is pre-existing; obviously a better alternative to a whole new fence is to add wire. Adding wire to a standard picket aluminum fence is a less expensive alternative to puppy picket or double picket. Standing 24 inches high, this fairly transparent addition will only add about $3 per foot to the price of a new or existing fence.
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Keeping small pets secure is a high priority and installing a puppy picket aluminum fence or just wire mesh can give peace of mind. Need help deciding which option is the best fit? Contact Carolina Fence and Screen today.
To transform the security of a home and protect pets from wandering out of sight, fences are an attractive and manageable solution. Managing a fence project the right way can be made easy by a residential fence installer in Charlotte, NC.
Carolina Fence and Screen can install wood, vinyl, and aluminum fences in Concord, Charlotte, and the greater North Carolina area. A reliable fence company and the local installer can turn a property into a space so beautiful and safe, it feels like an extension of inside the house. Serving clients in Waxhaw, Weddington, Indian Land, Pineville, Indian Trail, Fort Mill, Huntersville, Concord, Kannapolis, Davidson, Mooresville, Union, Mecklenburg, and Lancaster County.
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