Choosing the Right Fence for Your Property

Keeping The Wild Things Out Of Your Yard

In many towns and even a few cities, wild animals can find their way into your yard, often at night. You may end up with raccoons, rabbits, opossums, and deer, which can damage your yard and garden. On occasion, more dangerous animals may appear that can be a threat to you and your pets. If you have this problem, you can take effective and humane steps to keep animals off your property. Read More 

Does A Pool, Hot Tub, Playset Or Trampoline On Your Property Make You Nervous? How To Protect Yourself From Liability

Are you a homeowner with a trampoline, pool, hot tub, playset, or any other type of attraction in your yard? If so, liability concerns and safety issues should be a top priority. The items are considered attractive nuisances, and you are going to be responsible if someone enters your yard with ease and gets hurt. You don't want to worry that someone is going to get injured, and that you'll have to pay for it out of your own pocket. Read More 

Need A New Fence? 4 Benefits Of Using Aluminum

There may come a point where you need to get a fence installed around your yard. This could be from getting a pet that you need to be contained, or because you want to make sure your kids do not wander away from the home when playing outside. With so many materials to pick from for a fence, you may not know which material to go with. Here are a 4 benefits of selecting aluminum over the other materials. Read More 

4 Tips For Installing A New Fence In Your Property

Installing a new fence to your yard may be ideal for you because of appearance or because you have a need for a new fence because the old one is broken down. You may want a stronger fence to keep the kids in the backyard or your dogs. Whatever the case, installing a new fence can be easy, so long as you know how to do it properly. Here are four tips for installing a new fence on your property: Read More 

Have A Chain Link Fence? Why You Should Add A Faux Ivy Privacy Screen

If you have a chain link fence, you may like it for the security and strong boundary that it provides for your property, but may be concerned about a lack of privacy.  Depending on the size of the holes between the links, it can be quite easy for outsiders to look through your fence and see into your front or backyard areas.  However, instead of thinking that you'll need to go through the expense of uprooting your chain link fence and installing one with a different material, you may want to consider adding a faux ivy privacy screen over your current fence. Read More