The Custom Fence Design Guide To Choosing Materials And Where To Use Them

Posted on: 12 July 2021

A fence is one of the essential structures in a yard. During the installation of a custom fence, homeowners need to decide many things such as privacy vs. visibility, chain-link vs. mesh, and natural wood vs. composite lumber. You also have choices for things like ornamental posts or decorative masonry columns to support sections. This guide will help with the decision-making process when installing a custom fence. Options for Custom Fence Styles  [Read More]

3 Ideas for Personalizing Wood Fencing Before the Installation

Posted on: 7 July 2021

Once you've decided to have fencing installed in the front or backyard of your home, you could be determined to have it add the personality that is important to you. But, on the other hand, you may feel disappointed by the options for wood fencing since the colors and finishes could be limited in appearance. To feel confident with the wood fencing you've chosen for your home, you need to see what kind of personalization can be done on your own or with professional help. [Read More]

The Pros And Cons Of PVC Fencing

Posted on: 30 June 2021

There's nothing like a little peace, quiet, and privacy in a hectic and busy world, and that's what most homeowners are looking for when they install fencing around their property. If you're looking to create your own little backyard oasis in a currently unfenced yard, you might feel a little overwhelmed at all the available material options. PVC or vinyl fencing is one option that's really exploded in popularity in the last few decades as PVC has become easier to manufacture and more affordable. [Read More]

5 Tips For Wood Fence Painting

Posted on: 28 June 2021

A wood fence requires periodic repainting or sealing so it doesn't rot or fall apart. If the fence is older and beginning to look discolored, paint is a better choice than staining or sealing. This is because paint will camouflage any small blemishes so that the fence looks new again. 1. Check for Rot A rot check must be performed before any painting can begin. This is especially important if the old paint or seal is especially worn or if you live in a wet climate. [Read More]