While we love our pets, they can be curious creatures, and it’s our responsibility to protect them from any danger they run into. This is the case for horses as well; the best way to prevent horses from getting out of their corral and into dangerous territory is with a high-quality fence. To ensure your horses stay contained and safe try out one of these following horse fence options.
A picket fence is a classic fence variation, but they don’t always look as you might expect. With different fence materials, colors and styles, you can create a totally custom look with this classic fencing style. Consider this your guide to picket fences; let’s dive in!
Although you may think of all deer like Bambi, in reality, they’re considered pests. Not only are deer notorious for eating and wreaking havoc on gardens and backyards, but they also can carry dangerous ticks that can cause Lyme disease. The best way to prevent your yard from being destroyed by deer or exposed to the illnesses they carry is by adding a fence.
Of course, when contending with deer, your standard privacy fence or decorative fence won’t cut it. When shopping for a deer fence you need to consider:
No matter if you have a vegetable, herb, or flower garden, it’s undoubtedly an important part of your home. Of course with pesky pests and excitable dogs, when left unprotected, your garden can quickly become destroyed. That’s why it’s essential that you protect your garden with a garden fence.
Luckily, you aren’t limited to a single fencing style – there are plenty to choose from! Simply select your favorite from the list below.
When a potential homebuyer is looking at homes, they could be reluctant to purchase one if it doesn’t have the fence they’re looking for. With added privacy, home security, and protection for their pets, many homebuyers find that fences are an invaluable aspect of a home. If you’re getting ready to sell your home and you don’t already have a fence, or your fence is dilapidated, you might find your home sitting on the market longer than you would like it to. Even if you’re not interested in selling your home anytime soon, you may be looking for ways to increase its value; adding a fence could be a perfect option.
Your wrought iron fence is not only a statement piece in your backyard, but it’s also a security barrier for your entire home, so you want to ensure it’s constantly in tip-top shape. There are a couple of ways you can maintain the look and quality of your wrought iron fence, and we’ll dive into them below!
Whether you’re preparing to stain your fence, or just want to remove the buildup of dirt, mold and mildew, cleaning your cedar fence doesn’t have to be difficult. Depending on the time you want to invest in cleaning the fence and how much buildup you have to remove, you can choose to use a pressure washer, or clean by hand. Let’s take a look at how to do both so you can determine which method is best for your fence.
Although you may have already selected a wood privacy fence, you still have one other decision that you will have to make – should you select wood or steel fence posts? While both options serve their purposes, there are several factors you need to consider before making your final selection. Below we will dive into the pros and cons of both wood and steel fence posts, and the characteristics of each!
Ornamental iron fences are an extremely popular fencing choice, and for good reasons. Particularly popular in the Central Texas area, ornamental iron fences have a lot of positive features, but like any fence, iron fences come with their own set of negative attributes. If you’re considering adding an ornamental iron fence to your property, take a look at our list of their pros and cons in our blog post below!
Whether you have acreage, or a small backyard, a perimeter fence will enclose your entire property and keep it secure and private. Perimeter fences are typically used to either keep things in (like pets) or keep things out (like intruders or wild animals). The great thing about perimeter fencing is there is a style that will suit every home.
Below we will dive into three of our favorite perimeter fencing types and styles and explain both the pros and cons of each.