First and foremost before you do anything at all, contact all of the potentially affected neighbors and get a feel for their acceptance level of such a project. It's easy to think, "Well, it's my property and I can do anything I want to do." To a certain extent, that may be true. But you don't want to start a neighborhood dispute with this sort of self-centered attitude. Putting up a fence can obstruct your neighbor's view and just flat out irritate them if you first approach them before building. Chances are, you will be well within your legal bounds to actually do whatever you want to do on your property. But, it's always a good idea to be considerate of others first.
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Having professional fence installation done around your property line can serve many purposes. It can effectively establish property boundaries, keep the neighbor's pets and children out, keep your pets and children in, contain livestock, secure privacy, and even offer some aesthetic enjoyment in the process. In fact, after it's all said and done, putting up an attractive piece of fencing can be a quite neighborly thing to do. Just make sure you do it the right way.