Ideas to Elevate the Artistic Value of Your Fence


Fencing is typically considered functional for two main reasons, either as a security measure or as a privacy measure. However, even if you are just erecting your fencing to create a discernable barrier that will keep kids and animals wandering from your property, this does not mean you fencing has to be bland and uninteresting. In fact, the bigger your fence, the more likely it will affect the kerb appeal of your property.

19 September 2017

Why Fence Contractors Should Use Custom Trailers


Custom trailers are great for many different types of contractors, since they allow you to control the size, security features, and special add-ons for the trailer to suit your needs. As a fence contractor, there are quite a few benefits to consider. Instead of struggling with stock trailers that never seem to work the way they want you to, consider some of these benefits of getting a custom trailer. You Can Choose the Size That Works Best For You

6 December 2016

Top Tips For Grounding Your Electric Livestock Fencing


Electric fencing can be an economical way of keeping livestock penned without the hassle and expense of building post and rail barriers.  However, electric fencing is only effective if it is constructed and grounded properly.  Here are some tips on how to make sure that your electric fencing doesn't let you down. Common causes of electric fencing failure The primary reason for electric fence failure is poor or ineffective grounding of the energiser unit.

21 September 2016

Options to Consider When Contemplating Garden Fencing


If you live in a cul de sac, you undoubtedly share property lines with your neighbours. If you would like to effectively mark these boundaries, then you should consider installing a garden fence. These fences are a great way of enhancing your landscape, while still being functional depending on your individual needs. Here are some of the options that you can consider when contemplating garden fencing. Privacy garden fences If one of your primary concerns is the privacy of your property, then you should consider garden fencing that is significantly high.

14 September 2016

What You Ought To Know About Dog Proofing Your Fence


Being a dog owner is great for both companionship as well as security. However, giving your dog the freedom to run free on your property can result in expensive fence repairs for you. Depending on the quality of your fence, you might end up with a lost dog. As such, it is prudent for dog owners to ensure that their fence is appropriately dog proofed according to their needs. So what are some of the things that you ought to know about dog proofing your fencing?

13 September 2016

4 Easy Tips to Install a Smooth-Swinging and Long-Lasting Wooden Gate


Over time, wooden gates can become saggy and eventually start touching the ground when you open or close them. When you need your gate to stand firm for years, you will have to reinforce the posts that hold the gate. These posts weaken over time because of environmental elements such as frost, causing the gate to sag. Follow the following design and gate construction tips to have your wooden gate it top shape for many years without regular maintenance.

30 August 2016

How To Protect Your Garden From A Deer


Deer are beautiful and lovely creatures that are admired by many. Their innocent looks can make one wonder why there are not so many domesticated deer in homes. One reason is that behind their innocent beautiful looks, there lies a predatory beast that poses a certain degree of danger to gardens; if a deer can gain access to your garden, it can wipe everything out within minutes. In fact, a mature deer feeds on 6 to 10 pounds of food on a daily basis.

26 August 2016