We all value our security and privacy. This is why many homeowners install fences around their homes. Installing a fence will give you peace of mind and protect your home and your yard from unwanted intruders. Continue reading “Wood vs. Aluminum Fencing”
When it comes to fence installation on your property, finding the right fencing contractor is as important as finding the right fencing materials itself. And with the number of contractors available in your area to install your fence, it can be challenging to find the right one. So, how do you know if the fencing contractor is the right one for you? Here are 7 tips to help you choose a fencing contractor. Continue reading “7 Tips for Choosing a Fencing Contractor”
A wood fence is still the most popular type of fence in the US today. Not only does a wood fence give you a sense of privacy, but it is also very economical and adds natural beauty to your property. However, like any other natural materials exposed to rain and sun, wood fences can experience wear and tear. The fence may start to lean, and its posts may start to rot and fall. The good thing is that maintaining a wood fence can be easy and inexpensive. Continue reading “How to Extend the Life of Wooden Fences”
Fencing provides much-needed protection to many homes. It provides security to your family members and pets by keeping unwanted visitors off of your property. When done right, it can also add value to your home by making your home look more manicured. One of the most sought-after types of fencing is Trez fencing. Trex fencing is made out of synthetic materials composed of recycled and post-consumer waste. Continue reading “What Are The Benefits of Trex Fencing?”
Your fences need to be well-maintained. But during hotter days, you might want to pay extra attention. The thing is, only a few people are aware of how to take care of their fence properly. And that is why we’ve created this brief post to help homeowners like you.
Installing fences around your property is a great idea. Fences give your property protection and a sense of privacy, as well as an added element of decor. In fact, fences make your home appear more private, safe, and beautiful. No wonder most home buyers are looking for homes with fences. Continue reading “What Makes Trex Fences A Great Choice?”
Your home and your property are some of your biggest investments, so it is just right to protect them at all costs. Did you know that there are more than 3,000 burglaries each day? This means that a burglary is committed every 30 seconds. Installing fences is one way to provide security and privacy to your property. While some homeowners consider fence installation as one of the DIY projects that they can easily; calling professional fence installers to do the job for you is better because of their wide knowledge of the project. You just have to find the right company for you. Continue reading “What to Look For in a Fence Company”
Homeowners install fences to enclose their property and provide privacy and protection to everything inside the perimeter–your garden, pets, belongings, and your family. And just like any part of your house, fences aren’t indestructible. A well-built fence typically lasts from 15 to 20 years. However, with 24/7 exposure to environmental elements such as rain and sun’s heat, your fence may experience some issues that need immediate attention.
A new year has begun. For some people, going into the New Year means the opportunity to start over again or correct their mistakes. Some also find this time to be the perfect opportunity to upgrade or replace things, especially in their homes. During the New Year, home improvement projects become a common plan. One of the most common projects during the New Year is getting a new fence.
With the first snowfall of the year already underway, it is a clear sign that winter is here. Is your deck ready for the colder season? The harsh winter weather can cause havoc to your deck, especially on its boards, railings, and finish. The changing temperature, freezing and melting of the snow, and moisture can peel and fade the paint on your deck, encourage pest infestations, promote rusting, and can even cause damage to the structure of your deck.