There are methods you can use that will make your fence installation more efficient and effective such as creating a list of things to do before installation.
For one thing, getting the best your money can buy makes a lot of sense, but you may not be able to do that if you don’t have a clue about it. You may be limited to who you choose to install the fence, and this is just probably a function of where you live, so give this some thought. Installing a fence is something not done too often, but still you want to feel like you have some competence about the matter.
Make sure that all is very clear with the installation contractors, and ask them when it will be completed and getting things in writing are best. What so many people fail to understand is that not all contractors are ideal or even good or honest, so you have to protect your self. One of the most important documents is the warranty, and insist that the contractor you order it through sits down and explains everything. Be sure that once the installation work is started, they will not leave it half done and come back whenever. Buying a fence is similar to something like getting a new bike, you have to ensure that all the right parts are in the box. The best way to go with wood is ordering the coating or staining finish that you want, and you really do not want to apply it your self on the new fence. But this is really not the best way to go because any decorative wood needs to be protected from the elements. If you are not sure or if funds are tight, then that is no problem and a knowledgeable contractor will be able to make suggestions. You can pay later on with sweat equity which means you do it, and this is a task you can complete in a day.
If you have neighbors, maybe give a quick look close to property lines for landscaping such as trees and bushes, etc. You can immediately see where this is going and it concerns your fence and their green growing things. It’s really not worth the hassle that could occur after the fact, and also you may already know them and know about their personalities and so forth. The bottom line in perhaps all cases is they cannot do anything if your fence does not actually cause harm to anything on their property.
Once your fence is about to be installed, then you’ve really taken the plunge and you won’t go back. Shop for the finest woods or metals, or talk to someone about the best to use so you have a solid idea. Hopefully you will have done your research and bought as a smart consumer.