Looking for Affordable Fencing? 3 Reasons Chain Link Is Ideal

Posted on: 16 January 2018

Getting fencing installed around your property can make an enormous difference in how secure your yard feels and how much privacy you have when spending time outdoors. While an entirely solid fence can provide more security and safety, it may not be in your budget. If chain link fencing is your top choice due to the low price of it, it's best to consider the benefits that come with chain link fencing and how it can impact your yard. [Read More]

3 Tips For A Smooth Fence Installation Process

Posted on: 14 December 2017

Getting a fence installed in any area around your property is generally a good thing. Fences create privacy, security, and they can also help any landscape design to feel complete. Hiring a professional, such as from Askatu Construction, to install your fence for you is a great option. They have the experience, the crew, the tools, the supplies, and everything else needed to ensure that the installation process is a success. However, to make 100% sure that everything goes as smoothly as possibly, there are certain things that you can do. [Read More]

How To Properly Care For Your Wrought Iron Fence

Posted on: 26 November 2017

It doesn't matter if the wrought iron fence on your property is thirty years old or it was just installed yesterday, you will want to make sure that you are taking a little time to review the various ways in which you can care for this fence. The more you do to maintain the fence, the more likely it is that it will last for a very long time. Keep It Washed Off [Read More]

Tips For Installing An Iron Rail On Your Concrete Steps

Posted on: 19 September 2017

If you have concrete stairs that lead to your home's front or back door, then you may want to add some stair rails to make them safer. Iron rails are a good addition, but you may be confused by the way that the rails are added to the stairs. If you want some tips on how to install the rails, then keep reading.  Drill The Concrete To add the iron railing, you will need to attach it along the right and left side of the stairs. [Read More]