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Interested In Wood Fencing And Decking? What To Know

9 May 2017
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If you want to fence in your backyard and add a deck at the same time, and you want to use real wood, there are a few different things you want to consider when talking with installation companies. Real wood is a great option to use with any type of property, and you can customize the fencing and decking so it looks how you want. Here are a few of the things that you want to consider and talk with the installation contractors about, so you know what you are buying and so you are getting a high quality product that will last. Read More …

Three Things You Want To Do As A Dog Owner

26 April 2017
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There are three main areas of concern you should have about your dog and these include health, safety and obedience. Therefore, you want to make sure you cover all these things when you decide to bring a new dog into your life. Here are the three major areas of concern and information on how to properly care for your dog in those areas. Taking care of your dog's health When it comes to your dog's health you should know that you should be bringing your dog in for annual vet exams. Read More …

A Few Reasons To Upgrade Your Residential Fencing To Commercial Fencing

25 April 2017
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If you have fencing around your home or pool, it is probably residential fencing. It is probably four to six feet in height and made of a material that can be broken or cut if someone wants to get inside. The main purposes are to set up a boundary for your property and to keep pets and/or children in the yard. If you really want to feel safe and secure, have the fencing upgraded to commercial fencing. Read More …

How To Protect Your Wooden Fence From The Harsh Winter

20 April 2017
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Winter is a hard season -- on you and on your fence! The snow, cold temperatures, and freeze-thaw cycles can lead to cracked or split wood, rotten fence posts, and dislodged panels. Thankfully, there are a few steps you can take to help protect your wooden fence from the harsh winter weather. Ensure proper drainage. Especially in the winter, rot often starts near the ground. As snow melts and puddles form, fence posts may begin rotting if they are constantly sitting in those puddles. Read More …

Pre-Made Panels Or Single Pickets? Examining Your DIY Fence Building Options

17 March 2017
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If you're thinking of assembling your own picket fence, then you have an important decision to make. Should you buy individual pickets and put them all together yourself, or should you purchase pre-assembled panels of pickets? Both options have their pros and cons. Here's a look. Individual Pickets If you are rather skilled in DIY construction, you should be able to construct a fence from individual pickets without too much struggle. Read More …

About Me
Protecting a Furry Friend

After marrying my amazing husband, I moved into the brick ranch home he already owned. At first, the move was extremely stressful. None of my friends or family members lived nearby. After a couple of lonely years at my new home, a stray puppy showed up at my grandmother’s doorstep while I was visiting her. Immediately, I became attached to this adorable black dog. After talking with my husband, I brought the puppy home with me. One day, this energetic puppy disappeared from our unfenced backyard. I became frantic with fear. Thankfully, we found our furry friend at a neighbor’s home. If you have a new puppy at your home, consider protecting it by contacting a fence contractor. On this blog, you will discover the most pet friendly types of fences on the market today.