Weather, Rust, Digging Pests: How To Keep Your Chain-Link Fence Protected

Posted on: 10 September 2015

Chain link fences may seem low-maintenance, but their lifetimes can be significantly shortened when they're left fully exposed to the elements. If your fence is looking worse for the wear, keep it going strong by adding protections that will absorb the worse nature has to offer. Fence Slats Add Solid Weather Protection Though roll-on slats were popularized for their ability to turn any chain-link into a privacy fence, they can also have the handy benefit of protecting the underlying fence from weather and other situational damage.
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Ficus Panels: A Great Alternative To Traditional Fencing Materials

Posted on: 3 September 2015

If you are interested in getting a fence for your backyard and want one that is different than standard types, you could talk to a fence contractor about purchasing ficus panels. While this is a slightly nonconventional choice for fencing material, it is a wonderful idea for so many reasons. Before you decide on this particular type of fencing material, there are several things you should know about it. What Are They?
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What You Need To Know Before Building A Fence On Your Property

Posted on: 31 August 2015

If you want to help make your yard feel like a sanctuary protected from the outside world, you should install a privacy fence around your property. Your lot will be shielded from the prying eyes of passersby and less vulnerable to intruders. In addition, a well-made fence can enhance the aesthetics of your lawn and block high winds. Before you begin constructing the fence, take heed of the following considerations to make sure it is built within the parameters of the law and will last for years.
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The Hog Houdini: Fencing Your Pigs To Prevent Great Escapes

Posted on: 28 August 2015

You may not think that small pigs have the ability to climb fences or fit through tiny holes, but they are master escape artists and one of the most difficult animals to keep penned. If you are building a pig enclosure for the first time, you need to invest in the right kind of fencing and learn some fencing techniques to save yourself from having to wrestle some pigs back into their pen on a Saturday morning.
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