3 Aspects To Consider When Choosing Residential Cedar Wood Fencing

2 February 2017
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Cedar wood fencing is a great choice for your home, as it offers durability and aesthetic appeal. Whether you choose a stockade or lattice style, a classic Victorian picket fence, or a privacy fence, this wood species is not prone to warping or cracking, and you can choose from red or white cedar. You can easily work with cedar fencing, adding nails without worry of cracking or splintering. The natural oils in cedar wood help repel insects, and you can paint or finish them as you wish. Read More 

4 Benefits Of Aluminum Fencing

24 January 2017
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There are a number of options to choose from when it comes to installing a fence around your property. While most fencing materials can provide an attractive and secure fence, aluminum fences provide a few advantages over other materials that make them an excellent option to consider. Here are four reasons you should choose aluminum for your next fence. Low Maintenance Requirements If you are looking for a fence that requires minimal maintenance after it is installed, aluminum might be the best choice for you. Read More 

3 Ways for Speeding Up the Opening and Closing Times of Residential Electric Gates

26 September 2016
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Nothing screams elegance and class as much electric gates do. Installing one on your property can not only make your place feel more luxurious but also give your property some added security, as you will be able to prevent intruders from entering. The total cost of installing an electric gate for your driveway can be anywhere between $1,950 to $7,700. If you've noticed that the electric gate you've installed simply doesn't open or close quickly enough for your liking, here are three things you can do about it. Read More 

What Are The Best Fencing Options For Your Rental Property?

17 December 2015
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If you've recently purchased your first single-family home (SFH) rental, you may be wondering what to expect as a first-time landlord. One of your main priorities may be whipping your property into rental shape -- including low-maintenance landscaping, fencing, and even interior paint to help reduce the amount of wear and tear your home goes through while under the care of renters. Choosing the right fence could save you hours of yearly maintenance and ensure you don't need to pay for repair or replacement for years; meanwhile, choosing a fence of less sturdy material or that requires care your renters may not show could require you to make costly repairs on an annual basis. Read More 

Protect Your Carrots With A Vinyl Fence – Not A Chain Link, Iron Or Wood One

9 December 2015
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As the growing season draws to a close, now is the time to think about how you will improve your garden next spring. If you don't make improvements to your garden over the winter, you won't have time to come spring. If you don't already have a fence around your garden to protect your carrots and other plants from rabbits, you should consider installing a vinyl fence -- not a chain link, iron or wood one -- this winter. Read More