When the job is complete, your yard should look the same as it did before the job started, except you now have a nice, new fence around it. The only evidence that there was a construction project at all will be the dirt that was displaced when the postholes were dug. The dirt should be raked up neatly into piles along the perimeter of the property, unless there is a specific location that was designated for it at the start of the job. There should be no ruts in the yard or any other sign that an installation crew was there. When installed properly, the new fence should appear to have “magically” grown out of the landscape.