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Tips for Properly Caring for Your Aluminum Fence

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If you have an aluminum fence on you property or you are looking into having one installed, you will want to make sure that you are learning everything you can about how to properly care for it.  Clean With Care When it comes to cleaning your aluminum fence, you will need to try to keep up with a light cleaning as regularly as possible. By gently spraying off you aluminum fence at least once a month, you will find that dirt and grime will not have a chance to build up as much. Read More»

Want Some Separation From Your Neighbors? 3 Reasons To Get Chain-Link Fencing

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Living in a crowded neighborhood can often come with some frustrations due to being too close to your neighbors and regularly getting in each other’s way, especially when landscaping is involved. If you want to make sure that your neighbors aren’t accidentally mowing your lawn or trimming your plants when gardening, you may want to get a chain-link fence installed. If you’re unsure of how chain-link fencing can be a great choice for your home, consider some of the following benefits that new fencing will come with for your home. Read More»

Why An Aluminum Fence Is A Good Choice For Your Property

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If you’re planning to install a new fence, you may be weighing the pros and cons of wood, vinyl, or chain link fences since they are the most common choices. However, you don’t want to overlook the advantages of aluminum fencing. You may find it is a much better choice for your needs. Here are some reasons you may want to go with an aluminum fence. Appealing Appearance Aluminum fencing has an upscale appearance because it looks just like wrought iron, which is a luxury fencing material. Read More»

Add Interest To Your Traditional Yard

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Landscaping and fencing can be a balancing act if you have a traditional style home. This is especially true if your house is in a historical style, such as Colonial, Cape Cod or Victorian. You may want to keep your landscaping and fencing traditional while still adding curb appeal.  Pathway Keeping the pathway wide and straight gives it a more formal feel. As the Landscaping Network points out, materials for a traditional yard include brick and pavers. Read More»

3 Tips To Help Add Height To Your Privacy Fence Without Going Over Limits And Regulations

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A privacy fence can be a great addition to your home for more security. In some areas, building codes and regulations may hamper the height that you need to give you the privacy you want. There are ways to get around these rules, such as using non-fixed materials or adding plants that give you a green privacy fence at the height you want. If you have issues with the allowed height of your privacy fence, here are some of the solutions you may want to consider to make it a little higher:  Read More»

The Do's And Don'ts Of Maintaining Your Vinyl Fence

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Many homeowners opt for vinyl fencing over traditional wood fencing because vinyl is low maintenance and doesn’t need to be re-painted or stained every few years. At the same time, vinyl can achieve a similar look as a wooden fence. Still, despite the fact that vinyl fencing requires little maintenance, there are still some basic guidelines that homeowners should keep in mind when it comes to taking care of their vinyl fencing. Read More»

Vinyl Is Great For All Fences, Even Automated

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Vinyl fences are often used in residential construction because they are so affordable. Most commonly, vinyl fences are solid panels. Some people don’t necessarily like this style of fence, especially when it comes to a commercial setting. However, not all vinyl fences are like this. Vinyl fence companies actually make all types of fences, from rail, to veranda, to pickets. Reinforced vinyl can even be used on automated fences. Basically, vinyl is a great material for any type of fence. Read More»

Make Your Iron Fence More Welcoming And Warm

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Iron fencing can finish your property and secure it for many, many years before you ever face the need to replace it. If you are worried that iron fencing will make your home appear less inviting and warm, know that you can soften the appearance of the fencing with plants. Below, you will learn a few ways to use plants on and around the iron fence to create a warm and welcoming feel. Read More»

3 Signs Of Roof Damage To Look For After A Storm Blows Over

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When  storm blows over and you suspect there may be damage to your home, one of the first places that you will want to look is the roof. There are many different ways a storm can cause damage to your roof, such as rain, wind and hail. Sometimes this damage can be difficult to spot. Here are some tips to help you spot the damage on your roof after a storm blows over your home: Read More»

A Few Tips For Maintaining A Cedar Fence

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If you moved into a house that already had a cedar fence, that beautiful fence could have been one of the reasons you chose the home. Now, however, a few years have passed and it is starting to look a bit dingy. You were not there to hear the installers explain how to care for it, but you have read up on some of the things to do. Here are a few tips that, added to what you have researched, will ensure that what you do will preserve the wood and keep your fence looking great. Read More»