Your Wood Privacy Fence: What Not To Do To Help Your Fence Last Longer

5 February 2021
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What makes a wood fence so great is this: this type of fencing is both attractive and protective. A solid wood fence offers full privacy and is difficult to climb from the outside. The average wood fence can last up to 15 years, but if you really put the effort into your fence's longevity, your wood fence can last up to two decades or even longer. In learning what not to do when it comes to fence care, you can help your wood fence last much longer. Read More 

Three Fence Designs That Will Allow Maximum Airflow In Your Yard

14 August 2020
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There are many different factors to keep in mind when you decide which type of fence will be right for your yard. Some homeowners want fences that offer privacy and security, while others simply want something that complements the look of the house and yard. Another point to evaluate is how much airflow your fence will allow. If your yard is tiny, you may be worried about it feeling hot and stuffy once it has a fence around it — especially if the fence is tall. Read More 

Tips For Painting Ornamental Fencing

20 June 2019
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One of the reasons you may have selected ornamental fencing for your yard is due to the ability to easily paint the material and change its color. If you are planning to give your fence a new coat of paint, here are a few tips that will help you do it. Cleaning The best way to clean your ornamental fencing material is with a power washer. You can use a mild cleaning detergent to the water that will create an effective cleaning solution. Read More 

Deck Railing Installation: 4 Things To Consider

3 February 2019
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Whether you are having a deck installed or you already have one, deck railings are an integral component of a deck. They not only serve as an eye-appealing feature, but they serve as a safety feature as well. Now, when it comes to deck railings, there are a few things that you should be aware of before you start the installation process. City and State Building Codes To ensure that you don't run into any legal issues, take the time to research the building codes for your city and state. Read More 

Good Coastal Fencing

26 October 2018
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If you live in a coastal region, then you want to take this advice into consideration when it comes to choosing the right fencing for your yard. When you live on the coast, your fencing will be subjected to things like salt, wind, sand, and water. While these things may not damage fences in small doses, almost constant exposure to them can really take their toll on your fencing. For this reason, you want to make sure you choose the right type of fencing. Read More