Keep Your Cedar Fence In Great Shape With Proper Care And Maintenance

Posted on: 2 March 2017

Cedar wood fencing is known for its durability and insect resistance. It is much less susceptible to rot than the average wood, and its natural oils keep insects like termites and wood bees from invading your yard. But while cedar does not require as much care and maintenance as other wood, it is not entirely maintenance-free. Here are five things you should do to properly care for your cedar wood fencing.
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What Are The Best Fencing Options For Your New Alpacas?

Posted on: 29 June 2016

If you've recently acquired a pair (or more) of alpacas, you're likely excited about adding these playful and spirited camelids to your family, as well as the possibility of harvesting and selling pricey wool to bulk buyers. However, if these are your first alpacas, you may need to make some modifications to your fence before they're permitted much room to roam. Inadequate or unsafe fencing could put your alpacas at risk of attack by predators or allow them to escape and wander off.
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Aluminum Fencing Isn't Just For Building Fences

Posted on: 22 February 2016

Your home is the space where you can let it all out and be creative. One way to do this is to repurpose items to make them work in a different space. Aluminum fencing is just one more item that works great for things other than fencing. Here are a few ideas to get the creative juices flowing. Trellis Putting in a trellis is a great way to add some green to a vertical surface in your yard without risking damage.
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4 Low-Maintenance Fencing Options

Posted on: 14 December 2015

You don't have to choose a high-maintenance material like wood to have an exceptional fence. Many materials, like vinyl, composite, aluminum and chain link, look great and require little work to keep them in good condition. If you need a new fence but want something low-maintenance, check out these four possible options. Vinyl Yes, vinyl fences are made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC), which is plastic, but your fence won't look cheap and fake.
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