Cypress Wood Fencing: A Great Option When You’re In The Southeast

If you live in the southeastern US and are looking for a fence, it might pay to consider departing from the cedar wood that is so commonly used in fencing. You're lucky enough to live in an area where another highly durable wood -- cypress -- is common and affordable. Since this wood grows locally in your area, you can likely find it at rock-bottom prices, and by no means does that indicate that it won't perform well as fencing. Read More 

Four Great Uses For Ficus Panels

If you love the look of fresh, healthy greenery but hate the work involved in keeping plants thriving, you should consider using artificial ficus panels. They look and feel realistic, complement any household decor, can be used outdoors, are easily cleaned, and can be used for a variety of purposes. Following are four great ways to use ficus panels. Build a Green Fence Around Your Property Using ficus panels instead of traditional fencing provides a green, classic look without the fuss and expense of trying to maintain a living green fence around your property. Read More 

How To Build A Sturdy Greenhouse From Cedar Fencing And Steel Mesh

If you love gardening and wish there was a way to start your plants earlier, then building a greenhouse is a great solution. These instructions tell you how to build a small, backyard greenhouse that's perfect for starting spring veggies and flowers. Made with sturdy cedar fencing and steel mesh, it measures about 6 feet long by 4 feet tall and is durable enough to last for years. The tunnel-like shape makes it attractive and easy to access. Read More 

Privacy Fencing - Finding Property Markers And Boundaries Before Installation

If you want more privacy on your property, then it may be a great idea to secure a privacy fence on the edge of your lawn. If you feel like you can install the fence yourself, then you probably want to do the work right the first time around. Unfortunately, it is common to make a variety of different mistakes without the help of a contractor. If you feel that these mistakes may be costly or aggravating, then go ahead and call a contractor who has the experience you need. Read More 

How To Repair A Leaning Fence Yourself By Reinforcing Broken Posts

A broken fence post is a common cause for a leaning wooden fence; unfortunately, fence posts frequently rot due to their constant exposure to damp soil and wood-eating insects. However, if your leaning fence is due to a broken fence post, you can repair the damage yourself and get your fence standing tall again. Below is more info on how to do it: How to fix a leaning fence with a broken post - tools and materials needed Read More