3 Ways To Spruce Up An Ordinary Wood Deck With A Little More Flair

18 November 2017
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When you think of a wooden deck for your home, what is it that comes to mind? If you are like most people, you will envision a traditional looking wooden structure with stairs and possibly outfitted with railing and patio furniture. While any basic wooden deck looks good and adds home value, there are ways that you can amp up the designer style of this outdoor living space just like you would the interior of your home. Read More 

3 Steps to Choosing the Right Chain Link Fence for Your Yard When You Have Small Children

12 October 2017
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Did you just move into a new home that has a back yard that is not fenced in and have small children? Although children should always be supervised when playing in the yard, you are likely eager to have that yard fenced in to add an extra layer of protection for your children. Little ones move quickly, and the right fence can stop them in their tracks before they run into the street or into a neighbor's yard. Read More 

Maintaining Your Chain Link Fence Properly

1 August 2017
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Chain link fencing is one of the most weather resistant, durable and low-maintenance fencing you can have installed. However, it isn't completely maintenance free, that is, if you want to make sure that your chain link fence stays strong and good looking for many years. You can learn about some of the maintenance tips you want to follow when you want to get the most out of your fence and the information here will help you do so: Read More 

3 Tips To Keep In Mind When Installing A Wood Fence

29 March 2017
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If you are planning on having a wood fence installed on your property this spring, here are three tips you should keep in mind as you go through the installation process. #1 Know Where You Want The Gate To Go In Advance You should know where you want the gate or gates to go before your fence is put in place. In the areas where your gates are placed, the posts for the gates should be put deeper into the ground. Read More 

Four Ways Dogs Can Escape From Less-Than-Perfect Fencing

15 March 2017
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If you have a dog, having a fenced-in yard can make life much more convenient. You can let your dog out by himself when it's cold and know that he won't wander off. Of course, fences are not always as secure as you want them to be, and dogs are pretty good at escaping when you least expect it! Make sure you check over your fence carefully so your dog does not escape using any of these sneaky tactics. Read More