Use These Methods To Increase The Privacy Of Your Chain Link Fence

If you have a chain link fence anywhere on your property, you might appreciate its sturdy nature but be looking for a way to increase the degree of privacy it provides. After all, while chain link fences have many benefits, they don't exactly prevent people passing by from being able to easily see into your yard. There are a number of different options that you can consider to increase the fence's privacy quotient so that you, your family members and your guests feel more at ease when you're relaxing in your yard, whether you're lounging by the pool or hanging out on the patio. Read More 

How To Keep Gophers From Killing Your Garden Plants

Gophers might be cute, but they can be pretty destructive. They burrow beneath the ground, eating the roots of your plants and causing them to die off. Thankfully, there are several ways to protect your garden from these pests. Install a gopher fence. A gopher fence is a fence that extends below ground. When the gopher is tunneling, it runs into the fence and is not able to go any further. Read More 

How To Handle Graffiti And Damages When Your Fence Borders On A Commercial Property

There are many private properties that share a boundary with a commercial property. Usually, the back boundary or a side boundary borders on a convenience center, gas station or office building. If you have installed a fence but have recently incurred damages due the commercial property's consumers or vandals, here is how you should handle the situation.  Take Regular Walks Around the Outside of Your Fence Just as you check the inside of your fence for necessary repairs and maintenance, do the same around the outside of the fence. Read More 

Helpful Tips If You Want A Vinyl Fence

The initial materials may cost a bit more, but in only a few years a durable, attractive vinyl fence could save you a ton of cash and still look great. A traditional wood fence may cost between $9 and $12 per foot for the material, but gradually it weathers and rots over time and may need to be replaced within 5 to 10 years. By contrast, a vinyl fence can last up to 50 years and is virtually maintenance free, so it can be well worth a material that might cost around $17 per foot. Read More