Curb appeal, home value, and security: if those three things matter to you, then you need to invest in a new fence. For starters, fencing is a great way to add to the curb appeal of your Frederick County home. Just think about it. When you picture the ideal home in your head, does it have a fence? Of course it does! That is the American dream: a beautiful home in the suburbs, a white picket fence (or Cedar, Vinyl, or pressure treated pine), two kids, and a dog. But a new fence offers more than simple aesthetic appeal. Fencing is also an excellent way to add value to your home.
While a new fence may not boast the same return on investment (ROI) as a newly remodeled kitchen or bathroom, at a roughly 50% ROI, a new fence is nothing to scoff at. And when the time finally comes to sell your home, a new fence is a great selling point. Despite being told at a young age to never judge a book by its cover, that is exactly what we do on a daily basis, especially when buying a home. Approximately 85% of homebuyers will view your home online before even thinking about visiting it in person, making curb appeal incredibly important.
The final piece of our puzzle is security. Did you know that a property crime occurs in the United States every 2.1 minutes? Property crime includes, among other crimes, burglary, larceny, theft, motor vehicle theft, arson, and vandalism. So you have to ask yourself a very important question; “Is my home well-protected?” A fence is an excellent deterrent to crime.
As you can see, there are numerous benefits to investing in a new fence. Now you just have to decide which type of fence to install. To help you make a more well-informed decision, we will be outlining the many benefits of Pressure Treated Pine Fences.
Benefits of Pressure Treated Pine Fences
Did you know that 80% of all wood fencing is composed of either pressure treated pine or cedar? Did you also know that more homeowners prefer pressure treated pine over cedar? Why?
- Pressure treated pine fences are more affordable than red cedar.
- The pressure treating process prevents these fences from decaying and rotting.
- When cared for properly, pressure treated pine fences can last 20 years or more.
- Pine is resistant to insect damage.
- And More!
Pressure Treated Pine Fences in Frederick County
Albaugh & Sons is a family business specializing in the installation of fences of every shape and size. No matter the fence style or material, we can handle the job quickly and professionally. Give us the opportunity to show you the Albaugh & Sons difference.
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Following a site visit to accurately measure your yard, we will generate a competitive estimate based on that data and the fencing material you prefer. You will not encounter hidden charges or “extras.”
Our residential fencing experience is unmatched and our approach is professional and honest.
If you have any questions about Pressure Treated Pine Fences, please contact Albaugh & Sons at 301-964-9379 or fill out the contact form found on our website. We are based in Frederick, Maryland and service all of Frederick County and parts of Washington and Carroll counties.