Two Fencing Issues To Consider

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A fence on your property can be easily installed whenever you like. However, if you don't want to have problems once it's up, it's smart to consider the following issues before the fencing contractor's crew arrives. Is the Fence Going on Your Property? Be Sure Many years ago, someone who owned the real estate you currently own may have made an informal, personal deal with a neighbor about where their fence would go.

20 January 2017

Tips For Maintaining Your Wood Fence

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If you would like to make sure that your wood fence will last for as long as possible, you will want to check out the following tips. Keep The Post Bases Caulked Even though you are securing your posts in place with concrete, you will want to add an extra layer of protection by adding a line of caulking where the wood and concrete meet. This will ensure that even the slightest amount of shifting will not allow any water to make its down further down along the wood post base.

11 August 2016

Avoid Problems with Your Puppy Getting out after the Installation of a New Fence with 3 Easy Steps

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Putting a fence in your backyard can be a fantastic way to gain some new privacy and keep your puppy confined to your property, but only if you are careful about what comes after getting it installed. While you may be tempted to let your puppy run loose in the backyard after the fence has been put in, there is still a chance that it could find a way out in just minutes.

19 May 2016

3 Ways To Keep A Yard Pest Free

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A healthy, well maintained yard is a thing of beauty. It's also something that is constantly under threat from common pests such as grasshoppers, gophers, and other bugs and critters. Keeping a yard pest free is a hassle for many homeowners. Many turn to chemicals and pesticides to keep these pests at bay. However, there are a few natural approaches that can also be effective. Here are three ways to keep pests away from a yard without resorting to chemicals.

16 May 2016

Just Finished Landscaping Your Backyard Into Your Retreat? Add Some Privacy With PVC Fencing

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If you have finished landscaping your backyard into a retreat for you to escape to on a stressful day, you may not want your neighbors to be able to see you while you are relaxing. To prevent this, you can put up a privacy fence. PVC vinyl fencing is a great option. Below are the benefits of choosing this type of fence so you can determine if it is right for your needs.

11 February 2016

Make Sure Your Wooden Fence Is Ready Before A Blizzard Hits

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If the weatherman tells you a blizzard is on its way, it's often ideal to take proper precautions to ensure you and your property are safe. Besides making sure you have enough food in your home, you should take time to inspect your wooden fence and make sure it is ready for the snow. If it is not, you would end up with a damaged fence that would cost you money in repairs.

21 January 2016

Child Safety Tips For Choosing A Chain-Link Fence

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Many people prefer chain-link fences due to their durability and minimal maintenance requirements. If you are looking to install a fence to make your yard a safer place for your children to play, then it's important to know a few important safety considerations before ordering the new fence from a company like Albemarle Fence Co Inc. The following are things to know to ensure your fence is as safe as possible.

5 January 2016