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.
7 June 2017
As a homeowner, it can seem like you're always paying for something, but that does comes with ownership. With this in mind, the opportunity to save money is likely music to your ears. Good news. If you're looking to have a new fence installed and you want to save money – this is a doable goal. Research Community Guidelines If you live in neighborhood that has a homeowners' association or community guidelines, always research their requirements before you install your fence.
25 May 2017
Installing a fence around your home can be an excellent idea for many reasons. It can help to make your property a safer place for your children to play, it can give you some much needed privacy in a neighborhood, it can allow you to keep a dog safely enclosed with plenty of room to run and play, it can increase the overall value of your property, and the list goes on and on.
18 May 2017
If you need to put up a fence and have a pretty limited budget, chain link fencing is likely your most affordable option. You can find chain link fences for as little as $3 per foot, which is a great deal compared to aluminum at $20 to $100 per foot or $15 to $70 per foot for a vinyl privacy fence. But while price is certainly the reason many homeowners choose chain link fencing, affordability is not the only advantage this type of fencing has to offer.
12 May 2017
Sometimes houses are packed so close together that neighbors can hear a lot of what is going on next door without even opening a window. When you also cannot have a cookout without neighbors walking over from the next yard to talk and eat, it may be time to find some solutions that provide you with privacy. As long as you know where your property lines are and you have the proper permits, you can do all of the following to your home.
4 May 2017
Your backyard chain link fence adds security to your yard, but only to a certain point. If you have animals that live in or play in your backyard, they can be at risk of their escaping to what they think is freedom only to be in danger, or other predatory animals can gain access to them in their backyard space. Here are some additions you can add to your backyard fence to improve its use and keep your animals safe.