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Why An Aluminum Fence Can Be Just As Good As Cast Iron

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Are you trying to decide on the kind of fencing material that will be used for your home, and have narrowed down your choice between aluminum and cast iron? While these two materials may seem very different, they have more similarities than you think due to the following reasons.  The Look Can you tell the difference between a cast iron and aluminum fence from a distance? Probably not, and that is how the majority of people are going to view the fence after it is installed.

30 November 2020

How To Use Expanding Foam To Fix A Fence Post That's Wobbly

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Do you have a fence in your yard with posts that are a bit wobbly? Your fence posts should be completely stable when in the ground, and a wobbly fence post definitely needs to be fixed. One way that you can do this is with expanding foam, which will make the process of fixing a fence post easy. Here is what you need to know about this unique repair process.

18 November 2020

Four Benefits Of Chain Link Fences

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If you're in the market for new fencing for your home or business, you mostly have considered a variety of materials: wood, metal, and even vinyl. A chain-link fence installation may have been on your radar at one point, but just in case you thought about moving on to other types of materials, here are a few benefits that should cause you to reconsider. Ease of Installation While all fences have their advantages, one of the biggest when it comes to a chain-link fence installation is the fact that it can be installed in virtually no time at all.

20 October 2020

Five Reasons Your Ranch Needs Commercial Fencing Services

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If you run a ranch, you need adequate fencing to keep your animals contained. To ensure you have everything you need, you may want to contact a company that provides commercial fencing services. In particular, you may want to inquire about the following services. Monitoring Fence Lines To ensure your fences are secure, you need to check them on a regular basis. Ideally, you should check your fence lines at least once a year, but if livestock escapes or you face similar issues, you should check your fence lines more often.

19 October 2020

Adding an Outdoor Bathtub to Your Yard? You'll Need a Fence Around It

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For people who enjoy spending as much time outdoors as possible, the idea of adding an outdoor bathtub to their backyard can be highly appealing. The idea of a relaxing soak while you enjoy the look of your nearby garden can be a nice way to spend a quiet evening. For many homeowners, the addition of an outdoor bathtub requires some type of structure around it. While you can build some type of makeshift solution, a better idea is to hire a fencing services contractor to install a proper fence.

17 September 2020

Plan To Get A Dog? 3 Tips For Installing An Ideal Backyard Fence

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If you do not own a dog, you may not have felt the need to install a backyard fence. But, you may be planning to get one in the near future, which means you may grow interested in adding this feature since you know that it will lead to a better experience with owning and raising a dog. As soon as you start to look at all your fencing options, you may feel a little overwhelmed because of how much almost every detail can affect your experience with dog ownership.

1 September 2020

Reasons To Add Wire To Your Split-Rail Fence

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A split-rail fence can be a visually appealing addition to your yard, but this open design can present some challenges. If you like the look of a split-rail fence — a fence that typically has three horizontal rails between its posts — but are looking to make the fence more solid, talk to your fencing contractor about adding wire. He or she can install mesh-like wire to the fence during its construction, which can dramatically improve the functionality of the structure.

17 August 2020

Vinyl Fencing Can Mimic These Common Fence Types

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Vinyl might not be the first material that comes to mind when you think about your fencing needs, but it's a material with which you should be familiar. Most fencing contractors can install vinyl fencing for you, and one of the biggest decisions that you'll need to make is what style of fence you want. There are many different design options to consider, including vinyl fencing that has the appearance of other common fence types.

29 July 2020

Pros and Cons of a Wooden Post and Rail Fence

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If you need a fence around your property and you've decided that you like the look of wood, there are still several decisions to make before the project begins. The biggest thing to think about is what style of wooden fence you want. There are many different options, and speaking to a local custom wood fencing contractor can help you to evaluate what route to take. One style that may come to mind is a post and rail fence.

14 July 2020

Five Benefits Of A Shadow Box Fence

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A shadow box fence is typically made of wood, although vinyl options are available if you prefer something a bit more low-maintenance. The frame of the fence is the same as a traditional wood fence -- posts with a top, center, and bottom rail strung between them. It's the configuration of the pickets that is different. Instead of placing all the pickets on one side of the rails, they are offset so that every other picket is on the opposite side of the rail.

30 June 2020