How to Add Unique Style to Your Property's Fence

Posted on: 27 June 2017

Your home's fence may need to add security and help to mark off property lines, but this doesn't mean it needs to be drab and dull and downright boring. That fence serves as a backdrop for your property, so it should have some style and visual interest, no matter its overall material. Consider a few ways to add unique style to your property's fence so you can have one that works well for your property and that you'll actually love looking at while relaxing outdoors. [Read More]

Three Ways to Care for Your Chain Link Fence

Posted on: 14 June 2017

When it comes to fencing, chain link is a very durable and popular option. However, despite its resilience, chain link fencing still requires a certain level of maintenance in order to keep it in good order. For this reason, it is essential that you learn the skills needed to care for your chain link fence. Below is a guide to 3 steps you should take to maintain your chain link fence. [Read More]

5 Tips for Turning Pool Fencing Into a Windbreak

Posted on: 28 May 2017

To reduce evaporation at your home pool, you may want to put in a windbreak. As you are legally obligated to put up pool fencing, why not have the fence perform double duty as a safety precaution and a windbreak? Here are some ideas to help you get started. 1. Choose a Solid Fence To really prevent the wind from reaching the pool, opt for a solid fence. A wood paneled privacy fence or an etched glass panel fence will block more air than chain link or wrought iron fencing. [Read More]

Getting the Details Right for a Chain Link Fence

Posted on: 28 April 2017

Chain link fences may all look identical to you, but the materials and designs used for that fencing is often very different. Knowing the details of how such fencing is made and installed can ensure you get the right choice for your property and are happy with your fencing for years to come. Note a few of those small but important details to consider, and then discuss these with a fencing contractor as needed. [Read More]