Is Every Nearby Yard Fenced? Get A Unique Design By Installing A Wood Fence

When you went house shopping, you may have fallen in love with a home and made an offer. But, one of the things that you may have noticed about the property was that it did not have a fence while being surrounded by properties that were all fenced. If your offer was accepted and you have settled into the home, you may be ready to get assistance with installing a fence. [Read More]

4 Ways To Make Chain Link Fencing Attractive And Private With Custom Features

There are many different options for fencing materials to have installed around your home, and all can have custom features and improvements. Chain link fencing gives you the option of an affordable and durable material, which is often unsightly and offers little privacy. To improve your chain link fencing, custom features like adding covering or installing a wood lattice can help. Here are some of the different ways you can make chain link fencing more attractive and add privacy to outdoor spaces: [Read More]

How Your HOA Can Help Neighborhood Residents With Their Fences

If you are a part of your homeowners' association, you might have had a lot of conversations with neighborhood residents about their fences. Your homeowners' association probably wants to do what it can to help keep residents happy, but you might have rules in place as well. These are a few tips that can help you HOA help neighborhood residents when it comes to installing fences on their properties. Set Clear and Realistic Guidelines [Read More]

Comparing Wood And Aluminum Fencing

Fences can be made out of a wide range of different materials, each of which comes with a distinct set of benefits and drawbacks. Two of the most common types of materials used for both residential and commercial fences are wood and aluminum, which both possess very different material qualities. Understanding the different advantages associated with each type of fencing material can help you choose the one that is the best fit for your property's needs. [Read More]