Have A Dog That Is Trying To Escape Your Fenced Yard? Follow These Tips

Posted on: 25 September 2018

One of the reasons you may have purchased your aluminum fencing is to keep your dog secure inside your yard. Unfortunately, your dog may be trying to find ways to defeat the security that your aluminum fence provides. If you are looking for some additional ways to make sure that your dog does not escape, consider these tricks that will keep them contained. Install A Hidden Concrete Border Your dog may be trying to dig their way underneath the fence, which not only is possible if they are determined but also will tear up your home's existing landscaping.
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It Goes Beyond Boundaries: Why You Need To Have A Fence Installed

Posted on: 16 August 2018

Fencing is a very private matter. Some people like the feel of wide open space, so they'd never consider putting a fence up around their property. Others like the sense of stability that a fence can provide. Still others fall somewhere in the middle. Regardless of where you stand on the issue, there are times when you just can't get around the need for a fence around your property. Here are just four of the reasons why you need a fence.
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How To Avoid Arguments With Neighbors When Installing A New Fence

Posted on: 31 May 2018

Looking to finally put a fence up around your yard? It can be a great way to clearly divide the property between surrounding homes, keep pets contained to your yard, or just look nice and improve the aesthetics. However, a fence is something that will directly affect your neighbors. Chances are that you'll want to avoid a big argument over the fence that you are about to put in, so be sure to follow these tips that will keep the peace.
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The Best Way To Dig And Pour Concrete Footing

Posted on: 16 March 2018

Installing a new fence on your property is a worthwhile DIY project. Modern fences are modular, with interlocking rails and slats. This means the majority of the installation process is simple, even for workers who don't necessarily have construction experience. The hardest part of any fence installation is probably going to be the process of installing the fence posts into the soil. This article shows the best way to install solid, long-lasting posts.
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