Some Questions You Should Ask When Determining What Kind Of Fence To Get

Posted on: 25 June 2017

If you are thinking about getting a fence, you might be wondering what kind of fencing material is best for your needs. There is no way to say exactly what is the ideal kind of fencing. It depends on what your priorities are and what you are looking for in a fence. This will determine whether you choose a vinyl or aluminum fence. Here are some questions you should be asking to determine what kind of fence is best for your needs. [Read More]

Nervous About Your Puppy Escaping After Replacing The Fence? 3 Qualities To Look For

Posted on: 17 June 2017

Getting the fencing surrounding your backyard replaced can be a smart move if you have a puppy that you've recently adopted. If you're eager to have new fencing installed, but are unsure about what qualities will be the best fit, you'll need to look into what to look for. With the right steps towards getting new fencing installed at home, you can make sure that your puppy will be safely confined in your yard and that the fence will be a good investment in the many years to come after the installation. [Read More]

3 Natural Ways To Eliminate Mosquitoes From Your Deck

Posted on: 31 May 2017

If you are planning a new deck installation, you are likely keeping safety in mind when it comes to railing placement. But there's another issue you can address regarding your deck and railing—mosquitoes. Ahhh... the thought of enjoying summer evenings while lounging on your deck... continuously swatting at mosquitoes. Of course, you could light several citronella candles, use sonic mosquito repellers, or wear mosquito repellents, but those generally don't work. Fortunately, there are several things you can do that can work, and they are natural. [Read More]

Ask Your Residential Fencing Contractor For Help With These Projects, Too

Posted on: 18 May 2017

If you're thinking about a backyard makeover and want to have a fence installed, take some time to find the right fencing contractor. It's worthwhile to speak to a few contractors around town, look at examples of their work, and discuss your project at length. If you're confident that you've found the right contractor for your fence, you may wish to discuss some other backyard projects at the same time. Many fencing contractors can also provide other building services, and you'll save time and potentially money by hiring one contractor for a series of projects. [Read More]