Frequently Asked Questions About Horse Fencing

Have you always dreamed of owning a horse? Have you just moved and have the land to finally make your dream a reality? If so, there is a good chance you are looking to purchase horse fencing, getting you one step closer to your dream. However, if you have never owned a horse before, you may be unsure of what type of fencing is ideal for horses and why. Here are a few frequently asked questions you may have about horse fencing. Read More 

Simple Methods That Can Extend The Lifespan Of Your Wooden Fence

A wooden fence around the perimeter of your yard or between you and your neighbor provides shade, privacy and, in many designs, aesthetic appeal. If you've recently hired a fencing contractor to build you a wooden fence, you'll want to take steps to keep this investment looking new for as long as possible. Talk with your fencing contractor about how often to paint or stain the fence – even if it looks pristine right now, the weather will slowly begin to eat away at the finish. Read More 

Creating An Ornamental Iron Fence On A Budget

An iron fence consists of a few basic components. You have the top and bottom rails and the vertical pieces that run between them. These components create panels that connect to fence posts. To create a basic fence, you use round or square posts with thin flat rails and vertical slats. If you want something more than the basic fence, you dress up one or more of the components described above. Read More 

Vinyl: An Excellent Fencing Choice For Homes With Kids

When the time comes to choose a fence for your yard, it's easy to get overwhelmed by your choices. Wood, iron, chain link – they all have their pros and cons. If you have kids, however, one fencing option stands out among the rest: vinyl. Here are four reasons why vinyl fencing is the safest and most effective fencing option for homes with children. Vinyl fencing does not need the be treated or waterproofed. Read More 

Three Edible Additions For Your Privacy Fence

If you want to have more privacy in your yard, installing a privacy fence in place of whatever you have there now is the way to go. But that leaves you with a plain, tall fence in your view. While modern privacy fences are well made and look very nice and clean, they are by necessity fairly plain. After all, they are meant to be solid walls that don't allow anyone to see through them, so you're not going to have decorative iron bars, for example. Read More