Jennifer Y. of Braintree, MA describes herself as a “demanding customer”, the type that likes to ask a lot of questions to figure out what she wants.
Many home- and business owners see a fence for its utility-- a structure that will surround a pool, garden, or backyard for added security and privacy.
Chain link and wood have long been thought of as the go-to materials for inexpensive, sturdy, and utilitarian commercial fence applications.
Fences don’t require a lot of equipment or specialized tools to install, making them an attractive DIY project for some homeowners.
Landscaping improvements are proven to increase property value, and for that reason, we think this article from ElectroSaw is worth sharing.
We frequently get similar questions from customers shopping for and selecting fence.
Good Fences Make Good Neighbors - and Great Backyards
“Good fences make good neighbors” is a quote from Robert Frost’s much anthologized poem “Mending Wall”.
Architects have many ways of approaching design. They work across a wide range of styles and expertise, from artsy to technical and flamboyant to reserved.
Here at AVO, spring may be the busy season for all things fence, but we stay active all winter long, improving and updating our systems so you can receive the best service possible when the spring ‘slam’ begins.