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    GOOD FENCES MAKE GOOD NEIGHBORS - HOW TO BUILD A PROPER AND AFFORDABLE FENCE

    Perhaps it was most famously quoted in To Kill a Mockingbird: “Atticus says you can choose your friends but you sho' can't choose your family…” Well, at least in theory, you can choose your neighbors.

    However, would you pass on the house of your dreams because the neighbors are not exactly your idea of best friend material? After all, you need only be civil to your neighbors, a “good morning” here and a “hello” there. And if they really aren’t, as the British say, “your cup of tea,” then try not to see them.

    This is actually more easily done than you may think.

    Our privacy is slowly but surely being taken away from us. Be it when we surf the Internet or use our smartphones, Big Brother is watching. However, that doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t be able to do what we please when we please in the privacy of our own homes.

    YOUR HOME AS YOUR SANCTUARY

    If there is no fence, or a fence that is too low, separating your home from that of your neighbor, the situation is easily rectified. Keter has a range of plastic fences in varying lengths, heights, and colors that can be easily to existing fences or installed as a stand-alone fence. The panels have a natural wood grain appearance and are non-fading.

    Designed to be not only easy on the eye, Keter fences are easy on the wallet and easy on your time as they are easy to install and require absolutely no maintenance. The galvanized steel reinforcement where required and the use of weather-resistant plastic means that your fence will withstand the ravages of time and anything that the elements can throw at it without a care, maintaining its appearance and functionality for years to come.

    WHEN GOOD NEIGHBORS BECOME GOOD FRIENDS

    When your privacy is maintained, it is conducive to better relations with your neighbors. And let’s face it, in a perfect world; we would all get along famously with our neighbors. However, the world is not perfect and, funnily enough, the best way to build a strong relationship with your neighbors is to clearly mark each party’s territory.

    A Keter fence is a cheap and easy way to build better neighborly relations by making sure that everyone knows what is and isn’t theirs. Should a relationship flourish, great; if not, at least your neighbor will be less of an issue. 

     

     

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