Dog Friendly Vinyl Fencing Tips

Are you considering a vinyl fence because you like how it mimics the look of wood but doesn't require any maintenance? If you're a dog owner, there are a few considerations to keep in mind to make sure your yard remains secure for your dog and the fence doesn't suffer any damage from your pet. The following tips can help you install a better fence. Tip #1: Prevent under fence escapes Read More 

The Two Main Types Of Deer Fences

Deer fences, like their name suggests, are types of fences that are designed to keep deer and other large animals out of a specific area. Because this is a function that normal residential fences do not perform, deer fences have a number of distinctive features. There are two main types of deer fences, electric and polypropylene mesh, which both work differently to keep deer out. Understanding the differences between the two main types of deer fences can help make choosing the best deer fence for your needs easier. Read More 

3 Benefits Of Installing An Electric Gate

Adding an electric gate to your property can be a very worthwhile investment and something that will benefit you for a variety of reasons. This article will discuss in more detail 3 of these benefits.  You Can Better Monitor When Your Children Enter And Leave Your Home Because electric gates must be opened using a vocal, numerical, or some other type of code, this makes it easier for you to monitor those who are entering and exiting your home. Read More 

Constructing And Reinforcing Your Brick Wall Fence: The Process From Start To Finish

If you are looking to enclose your yard or your sheep pen the way the Welsh do, you are probably looking at constructing a brick wall fence. This is most assuredly a very solid way of creating a fence that cannot be knocked over over badly damaged in a wind storm. Whether you hire a fence contractor or you do most of the work yourself, you may want to know more about the process of constructing a brick wall fence and reinforcing it, from start to finish. Read More 

Two Tips For Selecting A Cedar Fence

You've finally decided that you want a wood fence for your home, but now you must decide on what kind of wood you should use. Birch or pine is a possibility, but that type of wood will not hold up very well against bad weather. Lumber that has been pressure-treated is an option, but you'll lose the beautiful wood grain by using it. Cedar is a viable alternative for those that want a fence that will be beautiful and last a long time, but even that material has options to pick from. Read More