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Installing New Fencing

Hello, my name is Barry and this is my new fencing blog. Until a couple of years ago, I didn't think twice about fencing. I truly believed that there were only a couple of types of fence and that they all more or less did the same job. But boy was I wrong. When my brother-in-law Stan came to visit me, he explained that he had recently retrained as a fencing contractor and that he would be willing to do some work on my yard. I helped him to install a new glass fence around the pool and a lovely wooden picket around the exterior of my home. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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A hurricane or chain link fence is often the most inexpensive type of fence you can buy, making it a good choice for large properties and for those on a very limited budget. However, you may be hesitant about getting such a fence installed on your property if you're unsure of how the material is constructed, and if you assume that it's not as durable as other fencing options. Note a few misconceptions about hurricane or chain link fences that many people believe, so you can ensure you know all your choices for a new fence around your property, and don't overspend on one that might not be the best option for your yard or your budget. Read More 

Why Automated Driveway Gates Make a Worthwhile Investment

If you are installing new driveway gates, there are various considerations you would have. Not only should you ensure that the new gates will secure your premises, but you also have to select gates that will complement the kerb appeal of your property. Although automated gates were initially a staple for commercial facilities, they are steadily gaining popularity for residential applications too as they provide numerous advantages. Nevertheless, some homeowners may need convincing to spend the extra money since automated gates cost more than their conventional swinging counterparts do. Read More 

How to Modify Your Fence So Your Dog Can’t Escape

If your dog keeps escaping even though you have a fence, it may be time to reinforce your perimeter. There are a range of modifications you can make to your fence. Depending on your situation, you may want to consider the following ideas. 1. Repair Holes Unfortunately, if your fence is in a state of disrepair, it won't stop your dog from escaping. Talk with a fence repair specialist about fixing any issues with your fence. Read More 

When a Hand-Packed Brush Fence May Be the Right Material and Style for Your Home

A hand-packed brush fence is a great choice for any residential home and offers some advantages over a hurricane fence, a wood or metal fence and even a glass fence. If you've never considered a hand-packed brush fence for your property, note a few reasons why it may be the best fencing material and style for your home. Noise insulation A glass fence can block soundwaves from travelling to your property, but the glass panels themselves may actually vibrate and rattle in high winds, creating noise of their own. Read More 

Keep Your Horse Safe With the Right Fencing Options

No matter what type of horse you own, it is important to provide a safe and comfortable place to turn him out. Horses who are forced to stand in a stall all day can develop a number of annoying and potentially destructive habits, from pacing the stall and chewing wood to cribbing, striking and kicking. Taking the time to fence in the pasture safely allows horse owners to give their horses room to romp, play and blow off steam. Read More