Fencing Considerations For Creating An Authentic Historical Garden


If you're hoping to recreate a period authentic garden to match your historic home, there are plenty of variables to consider. For example, brick patios and rose bushes are common in English country or Victorian gardens, while manicured shrubs are more common for tudor-style homes. One of the key components of your garden is choosing the right type of fencing. The best fencing type for period gardens depends on your home's style and what your personal needs are.

15 September 2016

Have a Backyard Slope? Aluminum Fencing Options to Keep Dogs in the Yard


A number of families install aluminum fencing to help keep dogs contained and to prevent them from easily running away. If your backyard is sloped, then this can be more of a challenge. By hiring the services of a fence contractor, you can choose a variety of aluminum fencing options that add style to your backyard area and provide protection for your dog. One of the biggest ways to help with this is by eliminating the gaps that can occur on fencing slopes.

13 September 2016

The Pros And Cons Of Installing An Electric Gate


If you are looking to secure your property, you may be considering installing a fence. However, if you need to drive your car in and out of the area where the fence is installed, it can be a hassle to get in and out of your car to open and close the fence manually. As such, you may be thinking of installing an electric gate on the portion of the fence where your car enters or exits.

25 August 2016

How To Pick The Perfect Dog Fence For Your Property


If you have a dog and want to make sure that you are doing everything in your power to keep them healthy and happy, then you will need to let your canine outside several times a day. Most dogs will need to go outside about three times a day to urinate and defecate, and you should be letting your dog go outside at least once in an eight hour period. Dogs also need between thirty minutes and two hours of activity a day.

24 August 2016

5 Tips For Using A Manual Post Pounder


If you want to install your own chain link fence, then you will likely become quite familiar with using a post pounder. Post pounders, also known as post drivers in some areas, are relatively simple tools. They are heavy metal tubes with handles that slip over the top end of the fence post you want to drive into the ground. You then repeatedly raise and drop the pounder to pound the post into place.

9 August 2016

Front Yard Chain Link Fencing: Four Advantages For Families In Autumn & Early Winter


When a chain link fence is installed on property, it comes with many different advantages. While it's common to see these fences line up around the backyards of home, you also have the option of having a chain link fence installed around the perimeter of your front yard. Having these fences installed on your front yard comes with many different advantages. If you have children, then your whole family can enjoy the many benefits of these fences.

8 August 2016