Choosing the Right Fence for Your Property

Vegetable Garden Fencing

If you are going to be setting up a vegetable garden in your yard, then you want to be sure you set it up in a way that protects it from damage caused by animals getting into it. The animals you may have to deal with come in all shapes and sizes and will depend largely on the area you reside in. For example, in the city, your biggest concerns may be cats and birds. Read More 

How To Install Aluminum Fence Posts

Most modern aluminum fences have modular designs. This means that the majority of the construction can be done very easily. Often, the rails will snap right into the post without any actual screws or fasteners. Of course, the actual specifics of the modular design depends on the material and brand that you choose. That being said, they are all made with easy installation in mind. Regardless of the exact product that you choose, the most difficult part of the entire fence installation process is probably going to be setting the post. Read More 

3 Tips for Maintaining Your New Aluminum Fence

If you have decided to install an aluminum fence around your property, you want to know what to do to take care of it. After all, aluminum is a very different material from metal, wood, and vinyl, which are other popular fencing materials that all require their own unique cleaning techniques. Luckily, aluminum is one of the easiest materials to take care of. Here are three tips to help you keep your new aluminum fence clean and well maintained: Read More 

Forget Rotting And Insects ~ Having A Sustainable Wood Fence Is Possible With Cedar

Do you have your heart set on a wooden fence for your property? If so, you may have some concerns about the maintenance of the wood, and you may also wonder if your investment will be prone to rotting or pest infestations from insects such as termites. You do not have to settle for a material such as vinyl that mimics the appearance of wood. Instead, you need to direct your focus to a wood that is long lasting and resistant to pests. Read More 

Backyard Camping: 3 Ways To Increase Safety For Your Children

For many children, camping in the backyard is a great way to have a fun adventure in the outdoors and learn some independence as they spend a night in a tent with siblings or friends. As you plan backyard camping sleepovers, it's important to keep your child's safety in mind. You can allow them to camp in the backyard independently while still providing them with the proper safety needed throughout the night. Read More