Family friendly fence ideas

We want to do everything to keep our families safe. That includes the neighborhood we live in and even the fence around our yards. Especially if you have smaller children, you want to be sure the fence you choose is sturdy enough to help keep children and pets in, as well as intruders out. If…

Would your fence benefit from a spring freshen-up?

As winter recedes, and spring arrives, you will likely venture outdoors and inspect your property. Your faithful fence, having stood up bravely to the rigors of a harsh Coloradan winter, may seem a little sorry for itself. Your first thought might be to completely replace it. But there is often another option. Just like floors…

What to know before building a fence

Building a fence on your property is a great way to keep off intruders and have some privacy as you bask in your yard. However, installing a fence is more than choosing a suitable material and figuring out how you want it to look. Here are some things you ought to know before building a…

Top tips for protecting your wood fence against deterioration

Many people believe that wood fences aren’t sound investments. After all, wood can deteriorate faster than metal. Yet, it is possible for your wood fence to last a decade or longer. You merely need to take the following protective measures: Pay a little more for a pest-resistant wood like cedar or redwood instead of pine.…

Why choose chain link for your new fence installation?

Home and business owners have a lot of choices available to them when selecting a fence material. You might choose weather-resistant cedar, eco-friendly composite or durable vinyl. Chain link is another excellent option. Consider the following: Galvanized chain links don’t corrode as easily as other materials. Since chain-link fences are also budget-friendly, you save money…

Do you need your neighbor’s permission to install a fence?

In most states, the standard rule is that you don’t need your neighbor’s permission to install a fence on your land. Unfortunately, if the placement of your fence invades into your neighbor’s property, he/she can refuse its installation. It’s essential to get a written agreement from your neighbor that allows you to access your fence…
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