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 

How To Replace A Broken Wooden Fence Post With A Durable Metal Post

29 September 2015
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Privacy fences are typically built with 4-by-4 wood posts set in poured concrete foundations. While this design works well for fences in dry, insect-free locations, it can be problematic if the fence is exposed to constant moisture or wood-eating insects. The wooden posts eventually rot and break apart near the ground, leaving homeowners with a partially-collapsed fence that will ultimately fail. If your wooden fence post has broken, you can solve the problem by using a metal fence pole to anchor your fence. Read More 

Three Unique Types Of Privacy Fences To Consider For Your Yard

29 July 2015
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When most people think of privacy fences, they think of tall, solid fences made from either wood or vinyl. However, these are far from your only choices when it comes to privacy fencing. If you're considering enclosing your yard in a fence that effectively blocks the view of neighbors, then keep these more unique options in mind. Fold-Out Privacy Fences If you don't want to go through the hassle of building a fence in your backyard, then this option might be perfect for you. Read More 

5 Reasons To Choose Iron Fencing For The Interior Of Your Home

28 July 2015
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Iron fencing is typically installed on the exterior of a home as a great way to offer privacy, property borders, and curb appeal. The same high-quality fencing can also be used on the interior of your home. For both decorations and practical use, iron fencing has a lot of applications inside the home. If you love the look of iron gates and fences, then consider how you can expand the use inside your home. Read More