Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

  • 4 Chain Link Fence Maintenance Mistakes To Avoid

    For many homeowners, chain link fencing is a practical option because it is not only affordable but does a great job at containing pets and establishing property lines. Still, if you're planning on having a chain link fence installed shortly or have recently had one put in, there are some important maintenance mistakes you'll want to avoid. Otherwise, you could end up needing costly repairs or premature fence replacement. 1. Ignoring Rust and Corrosion

  • Building A Fence With Security In Mind

    When the goal of a fence is to provide security to your yard, you need to think differently than just the aesthetics of the material. There are other factors that you'll need to consider when it comes to keeping others out. If not, your fence may not be effective at doing what it is supposed to do. Here are a few tips for building a fence with the intention of security.

  • Contemporary Designs For Your Modern-Style Fence

    Most people find a white picket fence charming. However, if you have a modern-style home, such a traditional fence might not match. Instead, you'll want a more contemporary design. Whether installing a fence for privacy or to designate your property line, choose a modern style that complements your home. Modern Update on a Privacy Fence Privacy can be an issue if you live on a street corner or simply want to keep your outdoor activities to yourself.

  • Black Aluminum Fencing: A Great Alternative To Wrought Iron

    Black iron fencing can really add a classic, stately look to your property. But wrought iron fencing also comes with a lot of drawbacks. If what you're after is that classic, black metal look, you may want to consider going with black aluminum fencing. It looks just like real wrought iron fencing, but it offers the following benefits over wrought iron. It is easier to install. Wrought iron fencing is incredibly heavy.

  • Should You Install A Wood Or Chain Link Fence?

    It's not uncommon to be on the market for a new home and come to realize that many of them may come without fencing. That means it will be up to you to install one once the home is purchased and you've moved in. The two most common types of fencing are wood and chain link. Familiarizing yourself with the different aspects of each fence will make your decision that much easier in the end.

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    Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

    I love my dog, but my dog loves my neighbor's yard. My adopted Labrador needs hours of playtime each day to stay fit, but she used to be a master of escaping no matter how close of an eye I kept on her. After a few too many holes dug in flower beds, I splurged on a tall chain link fence and finally ended her romps on other properties. Now my neighbors smile and wave when we meet in our shared driveway instead of giving me a wary look. Sharing my new found love for fences is just one way I hope to give back to others.

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