Wood Fencing Options


If you own your own home, you may have thought about installing a fence around your property. Depending on the kind you have installed, a fence can provide aesthetic curb appeal, provide privacy, and add security to your home. Here is a brief overview of your wood fence installation options. Split-Rail Fences A split-rail fence is a good option for homes in rustic settings, especially when you have a lot of property.

13 February 2018

Horse Fencing Tips You Should Know


A good fence should not only be able to control the movement of a horse but also ensure that the horse is safe from injury. A fence's ability to keep your horse confined in a given space usually comes in handy in case you are practicing rotational grazing. By keeping your horse from wandering into neighboring properties, the fence will ensure that you not only maintain good relations with your neighbors but also avoid the costs of litigation.

8 February 2017

3 Ways A Chain-Link Fence Can Help Protect Your Small Business


Running a small business can come with a lot of concerns, especially when it comes to getting the peace of mind that the building is safe. While you can certainly have security cameras installed and add extra lighting, it's best to make sure that you aren't missing out on some other easily accessible security. A great feature to consider adding for the back of your small business is fencing. If you're unsure of what kind of fencing will work best for your business, consider the following reasons why chain-link is your best bet.

18 August 2016

Use The Right Fence To Keep Your Chickens Safe


Many people have discovered that they can keep chickens in their backyards even though they may live in a more urban environment. If you have decided that you want to raise chickens in your backyard, you will not only need a coop, you are also going to need a run or a fenced in area in your yard so that your chickens aren't running wild all over the place. The fence can also help to keep them safe from predators like dogs, cats, or raccoons.

12 August 2016

Fence Choices For Your Backyard Now That You Have New Pygmy Goats


If your family has gotten a pygmy goat as a pet, then you need to make sure your backyard is properly fenced in. Goats love to wander, so it's important to fence them in. Also, your neighbors probably won't appreciate a goat wandering onto their property. If you have a fence installed, you can let your goat outside and get fresh air and exercise without requiring you to keep a constant, watchful eye on it or allowing it to wander outside your property.

24 May 2016

Move Over, Cedar. Cypress Wood Fencing Is Awesome, Too!


Cedar is valued as a fencing material, thanks to its ability to resist rot and insects. However, it is not the only wood that's good for fencing. If you live in the southern United States, you may want to consider having your fence built from cypress wood instead. This wood is plentiful in the southern US, and for this reason, it is often more affordable than cedar in this region. Here's a look at three other reasons cypress fencing is a good choice for your home.

2 March 2016

Finish Off An Untreated Wooden Fence That Surrounds Your Small Business


An untreated wooden fence that surrounds your small business may be prone to damage if it is exposed to moisture on a regular basis. Enhance the appearance of the wood and protect its surface by staining it and adding a coat of clear varnish over it with the following steps. If you don't want to DIY it, consider hiring a commercial fence company. Supplies Needed water hose garden sprayer detergent long-handled scrub brush hand sander fine grit sandpaper tack cloth plastic sheeting wood stain mixing stick tray paint roller thin paintbrush clear varnish clean rag ​Clean And Lightly Sand The Wood

19 January 2016