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4-Season Fences

Hello everyone, I'm Marco from Fenceshop, and today we want to talk to you about how to plan fence work according to the seasons. We know that the best time to build fences is usually spring and summer, but there are many other activities that we can perform even during the fall and winter. Here is a guide to making the most of your time by adapting fence work to the different seasons of the year.


Spring is undoubtedly the ideal time to build fences. The temperatures are mild, the ground is soft enough for digging, and the concrete is not at risk of freezing. However, it is also the busiest period for us at Fenceshop, with a high influx of orders. In spring, the climate is perfect for working outdoors, and the ground is easily manageable for installing posts and fences. Make sure to make the most of this period to advance your fence projects.


Summer offers long daylight hours, ideal for optimizing work times. However, the high temperatures can make digging and pouring concrete quite challenging. The concrete tends to dry very rapidly, so it is important to time the setting of posts carefully to avoid issues. Despite the challenges, summer remains a good period for building fences, especially if activities are well planned to avoid the hottest hours of the day.


Fall is a surprisingly good period for building fences, thanks to milder and more pleasant climates. In recent years, we have seen longer and less harsh falls, allowing fence work to continue without many problems. It is also an excellent time to install systems like the Levex Tube, a mesh for gutters that prevents clogging with dried leaves. Additionally, fall is ideal for preparing the ground for summer projects, such as the installation of greenhouses and covers.


Winter is undoubtedly the most difficult period for building fences. The short and cold days, with temperatures that can drop below zero, make working outdoors complicated. The ground can become too hard to dig, and the risk of concrete freezing is high. However, winter is a great time to plan fence projects for the upcoming spring. It is also the ideal period for shopping, taking advantage of offers and discounts like those of Black Friday. With less ongoing work, we can dedicate more time and attention to help you prepare everything you need for your future projects.

In conclusion, each season has its advantages and disadvantages for fence work. The key is to plan ahead and adapt activities to weather conditions. We at Fenceshop are here to help you at every step of the process, offering a wide range of products and advice to make your fence projects a success, regardless of the season.

Remember to visit our websites and to find everything you need. And if you have any questions or experiences to share, don't hesitate to leave a comment. We will be happy to respond and help you realize your fence projects. Until the next video, bye and have a good four-season fence!

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