I own a landscape supply company and have done fairly well over the years. Until recently, security was never an issue, but then, I had two thefts occur. Someone had stolen mulch and gravel from my supplies. I knew that it was time for me to get serious about increasing security to prevent it from happening a third time. I talked with a fencing contractor about what type of fencing would help improve security without taking away from the pleasant appearance of the grounds. My blog will tell you how we accomplished the increased security using a beautiful new fence.
22 March 2018
When choosing a fence, you might want your fence to primarily be a decorative element on your property. With numerous options to choose from it can be difficult to determine what features will best suit your aesthetic goals. Focusing on certain features will help you fence add to your property. Start With Materials The materials used for decorative fences vary widely, with wood and PVC giving you more design flexibility than metal.
15 January 2018
Installing a new fence on your property is a great investment. You can give your home a great facelift for a minimal investment. That is, fence installation is very a cost-effective project. But, you also need to think about the long-term maintenance of any fencing product that you choose. Some products are little more expensive to own and require more intense maintenance. This article explains why vinyl is a great material for residential fences.
11 December 2017
One of the things you may be interested in doing is placing a fence around your home. This can allow you to have much more privacy and increase the value of your property at the same time. Both of these things are incredibly beneficial to you as a homeowner. However, you will want to do the proper amount of research beforehand to determine which material best suits your needs. Knowing some of the best ways to construct any fence may be helpful to you.
17 November 2017
Not every homeowner is blessed with land that's flat and even. Sometimes the land their houses sit on is hilly and/or sloped in areas. While that can make choosing the right fencing a challenging, there are a couple of designs options available for homeowners in this situation. Here are two that may be appropriate. Raked (Racked) Design One of the most common fence designs for sloped terrain is called raked (or racked).
19 September 2017
If you have stairs that lead up to your home, installing railings is highly advised. The railings give you, your family and your visitors something to hold onto to balance themselves as they walk up the stairs or to steady themselves in case the stairs are slick or icy. There are various materials that the railing can be made from including wood, steel and aluminum. If you are on the fence as to which material is right for you, learning the pros and cons may help you decide.