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
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
If you want to have a great looking custom wood fence, cedar lumber is a great choice of materials for several reasons. It is a naturally resistant wood that is great for outdoor use. It is also available in many different dimensions, so you will be able to use it for anything from decking to wood fencing. You can also use these materials to give your new cedar fence a custom design and features.
17 December 2015
Ornamental wrought iron fences are an excellent way to dress up your property line, border your gardens, or to install around a patio or balcony. These fences can last a lifetime or more if they are properly tended to, and their classic design means they retain their elegance and style through the years. The following tips can help you maintain your wrought iron so that it always looks its best.
8 December 2015
If your dog likes to get out of your yard, you have a problem on your hands. Your dog may be able to jump over your fence, dig underneath it, or just plain sneak out to chase birds, cats, or play with neighborhood children. Dog-proofing your yard requires more than simply telling him to 'stay' and putting a simple fence up. You need to make sure that you choose options to keep your dog contained that will lessen their chances of getting out.
8 December 2015
When you're looking to make an improvement to your commercial property, installing a vinyl fence could bring you more benefits than you may have realized. With a ton of aesthetic options to match your facade and low-maintenance longevity, a vinyl fence does way more than just protect your investment. So if you want to make a meaningful investment on your commercial property, here's how you can benefit from a new vinyl fence.
7 December 2015
Spending even a week in a home without a fence will provide an immediate appreciation for any type of barricade between your property and everything else. However, when installing a fence for the first time, there are a few factors to consider before choosing the appropriate fencing option. While they both get the job done, wood fencing and chain link both come with their own pros and cons, depending on the needs of the home.
4 December 2015