Northeastern Fences Can Handle Your Schenectady Fence Needs
Northeastern Fences travels throughout the Albany-Schenectady-Troy area to provide beautiful and durable new fences for our valued clients. For more than 20 years, we’ve built fences ranging from old-world style aluminum fences to private and beautiful wooden stockade fences for our friends in Schenectady, and we’re proud to continue to grow our family of customers in your city.
If you’ve been looking for a family-owned and -operated local company (we’re based in Selkirk) to provide a new fence for your Schenectady home or business — whether you need it for privacy or safety, or just want to bring a new look to your property — we’d love to help. Let us know what you’re envisioning and we’ll make it a reality!
In the decades of heading to Schenectady to help clients, we’ve come to know and appreciate a lot of things about it, from its cultural charm to its deep history.
Here are a few of the things we always point toward as must-dos when we talk to friends and family about our neighbors in Schenectady:
Stopping In The Stockade Neighborhood
History lovers can’t leave Schenectady without making a stop in the Stockade Neighborhood, loudly and proudly touted as New York State’s first Historic District. Historic homes, businesses and other buildings span from the 17th century through to the early 20th — one building has housed New Yorkers continually since 1695, and is still standing strong. The Village Square boasts a wholly unique, quaint beauty, and overall, there are more than a hundred landmarks of architectural importance to look at and appreciate. Visiting is a great way to spend the afternoon and get an almost unmatched look into our New York forebears.
Strolling Jay Street
After a day of working in Schenectady, it’s always great to wander Jay Street to grab dinner, check out independent businesses, and take in the culture that makes Schenectady not just a historically important city, but a vibrant place to be now.
Visiting The Central Park Rose Garden
The Rose Garden at Central Park has had an eventful lifespan, from its development in the early 1960s to its floral peak in the ’70s and low point in the ’90s, when its beauty struggled under lack of care. Today, it’s back in bloom in a real way with more than 4,000 rose bushes growing (and being tended) on the grounds. As folks who work to improve and beautify outdoor space on a daily basis, it’s hard not to be awed by the work and care that’s gone into making the Rose Garden such a great place to visit.
Catching A Show At Proctors Theater
Proctors is a cool piece of Upstate entertainment history — opened in 1926 as a vaudeville theater, it was almost razed in the ‘70s before locals teamed up to save it. It’s a good thing, since today it’s a great place to catch Broadway shows, performances from huge musicians, and various other kinds of events. And the work to further arts education is another part of what makes the area so great.
Are you thinking about adding a fence to your Schenectady home or business? Give Northeastern Fences a call at (518) 767-9316!