Protecting Your Garden

Protecting Your Garden

  • Get More Than A Basic Chain-Link Fence By Picking Certain Features

    When you drive around and look at a lot of homes in different neighborhoods, you may come across many properties with beautiful fences. But, you may also see some properties with standard chain-link fences that can achieve most of what you want with your own property. If you are not a huge fan of the looks or functionality of a basic chain-link fence, you should hire a fence company to install a chain-link fence with extra features on your property.

  • Love The Look Of A Natural Front Yard? 3 Tips For Choosing Fencing

    Getting new fencing installed in the front yard can make a big difference in the privacy and safety of your home. While it can be tempting to choose fencing that is priced as low as possible, it's a good idea to match the fencing to your home and your personal decorating styles. If you've been opposed to getting fencing installed simply because you prefer the look of a natural front yard, there are a number of features you can look for when picking up fencing to make sure that you still have that natural look outside.

  • How To Set Fence Posts In Soil

    When it comes to installing a fence on your property, the hardest part is setting the posts. This is particularly true if you are setting your post directly into soil. Most modern fences have modular designs, with slats and rails that are pre-cut and fitted so they can be installed easily. However, even modular fences need to have a post properly installed in the soil. That is, the process for installing a fence post into soil is basically the same regardless of your fence material or style.

  • Replacing Only Part Of Your Fencing? 3 Things To Prioritize For A Seamless Look

    Having a fence around your home can be a fantastic way to improve the security of your home and add privacy, but it can be frustrating when some of the existing fence is in bad shape. If you're unhappy with the condition of your fencing, it's vital for you to look into what you can do to replace part of the fencing without making it stand out too much. If replacing only a portion of the fence is planned, consider the following tips for getting the fence repaired and having a seamless look for your home:

  • Clean And Repair Wooden Fence Panels Before Adorning A Fence's Exterior With Holiday Decor

    If you have a wooden fence surrounding your property that is constructed of rectangular-shaped panels and you would like to decorate it, cleaning and repairing cracks or holes in the wood will provide your decor with a suitable backdrop. Use the tips below to clean, repair, and decorate the fencing. You Will Need: plastic sheeting wood cleaning agent spray bottle scrub brush (nylon bristles) thick, absorbent sponge rubber hose wood putty putty knife emery cloth tack cloth self-adhesive vinyl pictures tape measure pencil colorful light strings extension cord portable power supply Clean And Repair Wooden Panels

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    I grew up in a rural community. My parents always planted a vegetable garden each year. Unfortunately, they didn’t protect this garden from wildlife. Therefore, deer often consumed much of my family’s crop. If you’re contemplating planting your first vegetable garden this year, you can prevent this misfortune from happening to you. Thankfully, a good fence can keep deer and other wildlife out of your garden. If you’re unfamiliar with how to install a fence, contact a reputable fence contractor. This individual can install a fence that will meet your specific needs. On this blog, you will discover the best types of fence to install around a vegetable garden.