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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Own A Business Facility? Why You Should Enclose It In A Commercial Fence

Posted on: 13 December 2017

If you've purchased a business facility, there's a good chance that you paid a pretty penny for it. It not only houses your goods but it is also the place where your employees report to each day. Because you have so much invested in your building, it's vital for you to protect it. Erecting a commercial fence is an excellent tool for a number of reasons. A fence will enhance your property and offer you a substantial number of benefits.
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Getting Your Yard Ready For Winter? 4 Steps To Winterize Your Vinyl Fence

Posted on: 10 November 2017

If you've been busy getting your yard ready for winter, don't forget to spend some time on your vinyl fence. While your vinyl fence won't require as much maintenance as a wood fence will during the winter, it will still require some occasional care. It will also need some preventative care before the cold weather arrives. To help protect your vinyl fence this winter, here are four steps you should add to your maintenance list.
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Sand And Clean A Wooden Picket Fence Before Adding Glossy Paint And Sealer To The Wooden Structure

Posted on: 15 September 2017

Have you grown tired of the wooden picket fence that surrounds your home, because some of the boards are weathered and old, and the enclosure isn't doing anything to add beauty to your backyard? A simple upgrade you can complete involves sanding the wooden boards and applying primer to each side of them. Afterward, add a couple glossy coats of bright-colored paint before sealing the fencing with a waterproof top coat.
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