How To Win Yard Of The Month Every Month

Posted on: 11 July 2018

If you are a part of a planned community or a homeowner's association, they may offer a prize for yard of the month. And although one of your neighbors may seem to get the prize just about every month, wouldn't it be nice if you could have a turn yourself? So, how can you get started at getting one step closer to making that monthly prize all yours? This article will take a closer look at a few ways that you can spruce up your yard.
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Ideas For Dressing Up PVC Fencing

Posted on: 24 May 2018

Are you looking for ways to dress up your PVC fencing? There are so many things that you can do to not only make the fencing look prettier, but also to make it easier to keep the grass trimmed around it. Here, you'll find a few ideas to help you dress up your PVC fencing. Decorative Rock Trim Keeping the grass trimmed at the bottom of the fencing can be a tiring task.
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4 Reasons To Build A Fence Around The Perimeter Of Your Backyard

Posted on: 19 March 2018

Many people love having a large backyard where they can relax, play, and enjoy the outdoors. However, having a backyard without a fence can cause a variety of issues and problems. Investing in a fence around the perimeter of your backyard ca be very wise and make the area easier to enjoy. Some of the top reasons to have a fence installed in your backyard include: Safer for Kids to Play
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4 Rules Of Etiquette To Follow When Installing A Fence Near Your Neighbor

Posted on: 22 January 2018

When installing a fence around your home, you want to be sure you follow the rules of etiquette, especially when that fence runs along your neighbor's property line. Before breaking ground, here are four things to do in order to keep the peace and make sure you both benefit from your addition. 1. Communicate The very first rule is to talk with your neighbor about what you have planned. Even if the fence is well within your property line, and you're sure you're complying with local ordinances or your HOA, having a quick chat about it can benefit you both in several ways.
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