Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

  • Tips For Dealing With Mold On Wood Fencing

    Is the fence that surrounds your backyard covered with mold? If so, you'll likely be looking for ways that you can remove the mold and keep the material in great shape. Here are some tips for removing mold and making sure it doesn't come back. Removing Mold There are many cleaning materials in your home right now that are strong enough to remove mold, such as ammonia, vinegar, and bleach. While all three of the cleaners are very effective at killing off mold spores, they are not so good on surfaces that are porous.

  • Why Vinyl-Coated Chain Link Fencing Is Ideal For Playgrounds

    Chain link fencing can be found surrounding many playgrounds and other areas that are designed for use by children. If you're planning the design and set-up of a playground, such as if you're building one on your school's property or in your neighborhood, you'll probably want to install a fence around the premises to help keep kids safe. Instead of just choosing traditional chain link fencing, though, you may want to explore the idea of installing vinyl-coated chain link fencing.

  • Three Signs You Need Fence Repairs

    Your fence can serve a variety of functions in your yard all at once, from acting as a barrier to keep your pets in your yard to serving as a privacy and security screen to keep intruders (and the view of your neighbors) out of your yard. However, no matter what purpose your fence fulfills in your yard, it is subjected to a wide variety of stresses due to weather exposure.

  • 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

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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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