Curb Appeal: Choose The Right Fencing For Your Business

Choosing the right type of fencing for your establishment can be difficult, especially when there are a plethora of choices. You should opt for a fence that will improve your curb appeal and protect your property. The following will show you how your business can benefit from a fence as well as a few fencing options. What Fencing May Offer Privacy One of the most important functions of a fence is to give your business and customers some privacy. [Read More]

Thinking Of A Solid Vinyl Fence? Consider These Pros And Cons

A solid vinyl fence can offer a lot of privacy and can be a very attractive addition to your yard. Though this style of fence is becoming increasingly common and works well for many homeowners, it is not necessarily for everyone. Consider these pros and cons before you say "yes" to that solid vinyl fence. Pro: Vinyl does not require much maintenance. You don't have to paint or stain a vinyl fence, and since vinyl does not attract insects, you won't have to spray it with insecticides or spend your summer eradicated bee hives either. [Read More]

5 Reasons Chain Link Fencing Is Great

When most people decide to fence in their yard, they will have several reasons for doing so. No matter what your reasons may be for deciding to put up a fence, you want to make sure you choose the material carefully so you end up with a fence that successfully meets all those needs. For many people, chain link fencing proves to be the best solution. This is due to the flexibility and benefits of this type of fencing. [Read More]

Swinging On A Gate: Three Fun Uses For Extra Gates

As a fence contractor, you always try to get your purchasing orders right. Unfortunately, there is always going to be that certain percentage of human error, either on the part of the company that sold you fencing materials and gates, or on your own part. While you can always store a few extra fencing panels and materials for upcoming projects, an overabundance of gates is a little trickier. When it is the problem of the retailer, you can usually get them to take the extra gates back. [Read More]