Exploring 4 Benefits Of PVC Fencing

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Have you ever noticed a neighbor's white picket fence in the front yard managed to survive a storm, while your backyard privacy fence has entire sections that have blown over? Well, chances are, their white picket fence is made from a strong, relatively new fencing material: PVC. PVC is an umbrella term used for the materials that contain Poly-Vinyl Chloride, and these materials are steadily becoming a favorite fencing type among homeowners for their durability and low maintenance needs.

13 October 2015

Exploring The 6 Benefits Of Wrought Iron Fencing

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Wrought iron fencing is one of many options you have to consider when having a new fence installed around your home. Naturally, it is a good idea to explore the benefits of having this type of fence material installed to help you decide whether or not it is right for you. Many Different Styles There are many different options of wrought iron fencing to choose from, especially when you compare it to wooden fencing or chain link fencing.

12 October 2015

Fence It In: Choose The Right Fence For Your Yard

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You need a new fence for your yard but you're not sure what type you should choose. Before you make your final decision, take a few minutes and think about the purpose your new fence will serve. Do you want it to keep trespassers out? Do you want to give yourself more privacy? Do you want it to accentuate the landscaping you have around your home? Perhaps, you want it to do all three.

6 October 2015

How To Replace A Rail On A Wooden Post And Rail Fence

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Are one or more of the rails on your post-and-rail fence looking a bit worse for wear? While you could hire a professional to replace them, you can save money by doing this project yourself, as it's pretty simple. Just follow these instructions. Step 1: Purchase the new rails. Measure the length, width and height of your existing rails. Also, make note of what type of wood your fence is constructed from.

6 October 2015

New Gate Owners: Electric Gate Safety Tips

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If you are considering installing an electric gate at the end of your driveway, you also need to think about the safety of your family when you install the gate. An electric gate can be opened and closed using electricity, thus simplifying the process if you install it in front of a driveway and don't want to get out of the car, for instance. Here are a few safety tips to think about while installing your gate.

5 October 2015