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Decided On Vinyl? How To Keep Your New Fence Looking Brand New

If your old wood fence is looking a little weather-beaten, it's time for a new fence. If you live in a region that experiences severe weather patterns throughout the year – including extreme heat, cold, or heavy rains, you might want to consider vinyl for your next fence. Vinyl fencing can stand up to all types of severe weather patterns. In order to keep your vinyl fencing looking brand-new, you will need to provide it with some routine maintenance. Read More 

Could A PVC Fence Cut Down On Vacant Property Worries?

Coming home every day from work to a beautiful-looking home can make even the most troubling day at work end on a high note. The sight of a wooden picket fence absolutely brings positive images to mind. With a vacation home, driving up to the front of the property should also be visually appealing. Wooden picket fences might not be all that appropriate for a vacation property that is left vacant for several weeks at a time, though. Read More 

3 Excellent Reasons To Install Residential Fencing

If you live in a residential area, there are several great reasons why you should consider installing a residential fence. This article is going to discuss 3 of these reasons in more detail.  Home Security  Another great reason to have a residential fence installed, is for home security. If you have a fence installed around your home, this is going to greatly decrease someone's ability to get to your home and break into it. Read More 

Long & Steep Driveways: 4 Ideal Options For Electric Gate Installations

Living up on a hill has a lot of advantages, but you may also come into many problems when dealing with the driveway. If you're looking to add some security and protection to a long and steep driveway, then you can do that with an electric gate installation. When hiring a fence contractor for an electric gate installation, there are many options to choose from. Understanding what options cater best to long hilly driveways will help you make the best decisions and ensure that your gate works the best to its ability. Read More 

Create A Safe And Convenient Yard For Your Dog-Friendly Vacation Rental

With more than 43 million households in the United States owning at least one dog, it's wise to make your vacation rental pet-friendly for guests. Not only will your pet-friendly vacation rental reach a larger pool of travelers, but you can expect to bring in upwards of 30 percent more in profits for the rental compared to those that don't allow animal occupancy. In addition to protecting your rental property from unnecessary damage by creating a set of solid rules for pet-owning guests to abide by, it's a good idea to create a safe and convenient yard on the property that is designed specifically for dog use. Read More