“Spring is the time of plans and projects.”
– Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina
With only one week until the official launch date of spring, it seems like the weather around the country has been unseasonably cold. I know that I’m spoiled living in sunny North Carolina, but it has been unseasonably cool here as well too. (I realize it’s all relative- my Northern friends have no sympathy as our temperatures are still well above freezing during the day).
I think everyone gets so anxious for spring because it signals so many things- sunshine, grilling, flip flops, blue skies and the ability to go outside and breathe in the fresh air without a cold shock to the lungs.
There are a few things I could do without– such as losing an hour of sleep with the time change– but I certainly wouldn’t be caught dead complaining about the brighter evenings.
A lot of people have plans and projects for their yards in spring, and somehow working on outdoor yard projects can seem like more a pleasure in the spring. It’s like you can come out of hibernation. Gardening is probably one of the most popular spring pass times, and we, of course, talk to a lot of people who are considering a vinyl or aluminum fence for their yards.
Leo Tolstoy said “Spring is the time of plans and projects” and we couldn’t agree more. Maybe it’s not quite warm enough to go outside and grill just yet, but you can definitely plan in advance for these lazy Sundays by laying out your landscaping and fencing plans. Remember, we’re always happy to provide hassle-free, no obligation advice and consultation on your vinyl or aluminum fence project. Save money with our easy to install PVC fencing and aluminum fencing!