Choosing The Right Fence Material

When it comes to home remodels, installing a fence is never a bad idea. Even a small perimeter fence in your front yard can improve the curb appeal of your property, make your landscape look better, and ultimately add value to your home. But, not all fencing materials are the same, so you need to do some research before making an investment. This article explains the key differences between the maintenance wood and fiberglass fences. [Read More]

3 Reasons Why You Need to Trench a Fence

Most DIY homeowners assume that digging post holes for a fence is adequate. It is, if you want to reinstall sections of your fence over and over again. Instead, have some professionals "trench" your fence prior to installation. Here are three reasons why you need to trench your fence. Stability It does not matter if you are installing a concrete block, wood post, or masonry fence, fence trenching puts a lot of the fence below ground level. [Read More]

How Louvered Fencing Provides Better City Fencing

Having a home in the city can be the best of two worlds. If you purchase a home inside of the city, you get to have your own dwelling within a large metropolitan area. Often this means that you get to beat traffic and be near all of the hot spots all at once. One of the things that you will need to invest in with a home in the city is a good fence. [Read More]

Own An Iron Fence? Know How To Take Care Of It Prior To Winter

Your home's wrought iron fencing may seem very durable, but there is a chance that it can be damaged from the exposure to different weather conditions. Winter weather can be particularly bad for an iron fence, since the cold weather can cause iron to deteriorate. You'll need to do the following things before the winter to ensure the fence stays in good condition. Clean The Iron Set aside an afternoon to clean off your iron fencing before the cold winter weather comes. [Read More]