Metal fences – specifically iron and aluminum fences – are durable, low-maintenance, and available in a wide range of designs. If you’re considering adding a metal fence to your property, you have one more decision you will need to make – what fence design will best complement your home and personal taste. While we’re able to customize metal fences to almost any specifications, below are some of the most common types of metal fence designs.
The benefits of fences are endless, adding privacy, security, and in some cases, noise-reduction. Not all fences boast noise-reduction capabilities, but the ones that do can make the pain of living on a busy street or next to noisy neighbors a thing of the past. If you’re interested in adding a noise-reducing fence to your yard, make sure it has the following elements.
Chain link fences have been a popular fencing choice for commercial and residential properties for decades, however, they’re often not the best choice. Not only are chain link fences unattractive, but they don’t create as much privacy or security as other fence alternatives. Before you take the plunge into installing a chain link fence, consider one of these following fence alternatives.
Looking to add a new fence to your property? You’ll need to decide what type of fence you’d like, find your survey to double-check where your property lines are, and of course, determine if you need a permit to build your fence. Below we will explain instances where you may need a permit to build a fence in the City of Austin. If you’re located in different city limits, you’ll need to check their regulations.
Grey fences can quickly make your home look drab, dated, and dingy. However, for many homeowners, the source of the greyness is a mystery. Luckily, we’ve encountered this question before and not only know the answer, but can also provide methods to prevent your fence from turning grey, and ways to correct the color. Let’s dive in!
While there are dozens of fence variations already on the market, your fence can be even further customized with a variety of different features. One of the most common fence components that is customized is the fence post. A fence post is the part of the fence that goes directly into the ground to support the weight of the fence and keep the fence upright. There are a variety of fence post options, with the most popular being: wood posts, metal posts, aluminum posts, and vinyl posts. Curious about which is the best option for your fence? Read on below for our complete fence post guide!
Whether you have a brand new fence that you want to protect, or an older fence that needs a little TLC, adding paint or a stain to your wooden fence are common solutions. Of course, they each have their pros and cons, and depending on your goals, you may prefer one or the other. If you’re debating between painting or staining your fence, you’ve come to the right place. Below we will dive into the top differing factors between paint and stain – longevity, aesthetics, and durability – to help make your decision a little easier.
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: