Beat the Spring Rush for Custom Fences

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Fall noted as second peak season for landscaping improvements, including custom fences and pool improvements.

Fall is a great time for making landscaping improvements to both residential and commercial properties

North Georgia's leading provider of custom fences, First Fence of Georgia (, recommends including fence installation in your landscaping improvement plans for the fall. Spring is typically the peak season for outdoor home improvements, but in the fall, homeowners and developers can often find great values including decreased project lead times.

"Fall is a great time for making landscaping improvements to both residential and commercial properties," says J.C. Ordono, president of First Fence of Georgia. "In our work with landscape designers, we've found that customers have clear cut ideas about these improvements since they've spent a good part of the summer outdoors."

Custom fences are an integral part of landscaping improvement plans because they not only provide a safe, secure property barrier, but they visually frame in the natural and structural focal points designed into a space. The wide variety of fence types available today provide a myriad of choices. Be it wood, PVC (vinyl) or decorative metal, designers can let their imagination be their guide to include custom fences that are as beautiful as the surrounding landscape.

About the Leading Custom Fences Provider: First Fence of Georgia
Located just north of metro Atlanta in Kennesaw, Georgia, First Fence of Georgia is a leading fence company specializing in wood, vinyl, chain link, and decorative metal fencing along with security gates, gate operators, trellises and arbors. The company offers a wide variety of residential and commercial fencing installation services along with fencing materials for wholesale and to "do-it-yourself" customers. The company is also the recipient of a 2006 Super Service Award from Angie's List for achieving and maintaining a Superior service rating throughout the year. For more information, contact First Fence of Georgia at 770-422-9996 or visit


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