A chain link fence is a reliable option for many homeowners, but it offers little privacy. To rectify this issue, you can add items to the fencing to increase your privacy. Slats One option for adding privacy is to use slats, which are made from high-density plastic. To install them, you weave each slat through the metal links in the fence. When looking into the different products, it is important to pay attention to how they lock into the fencing.
26 January 2016
If you are interested in having a fence installed around your home, you should think about your reasons for getting that fence and make sure you choose the best type. For many people, chain link is the right answer for them due to all the benefits this type of fencing has to offer. You can learn about the features and capabilities of chain link in this article, so you can come to a conclusion on whether or not it's also the best option for you.
6 January 2016
If you want to add privacy to your backyard, or keep your family pet contained without having him on a chain, a fence is a great way to do it. Consider getting a vinyl fence because of these 4 things. Appearance and Size Vinyl fencing typically comes in sections that are 6-8 feet tall. It will give you enough height to protect your yard from nosy neighbors, and help keep pets contained.
18 November 2015
When it comes to a farm, the fence is as important as the barn. It is one of the most significant purchases any farmer will ever make. So choosing the right type of fencing, the type with the most benefit for your livestock and farm, is essential. Laws regulating ownership and control of livestock are applicable in every state. The first step you will want to take is to find out which laws and regulations apply in your state.
4 November 2015
One of the best ways to secure your company's new construction site is by renting the appropriate chain link security fence. Chain link rental fences come in a variety of sizes, styles, and with optional add-ons that are designed to increase the protection level of your valuable equipment and building supplies. Follow these guidelines to ensure that you rent the right fence to adequately protect your new construction site: Use Chain Link Panel Fencing for Smaller Construction Sites
19 October 2015
Railings are extra important in the wintertime because of the role they play in outdoor safety. Wooden railings in particular need special attention at this time of year because wood is vulnerable to damaging effects from snow, rain, and sun if not properly maintained. If your railing is showing signs of rot or damage, then it's time for you to get it fixed or replaced. Look for Signs of Wear
18 October 2015
Privacy fencing is a great way to turn your yard into a little sanctuary. Whether you're trying to keep people from looking in your yard or you live somewhere with an unattractive view, you want fencing that will look nice and block vision completely. PVC vinyl fencing might be exactly what you need. No Warping, Splitting, Or Cracking Perhaps the number one reason why PVC vinyl fencing is a good choice for privacy fencing is that it holds up over time.
15 October 2015
If you've got a horse fence up on land that's dealing with drought, you've got two frustrating security issues on hand. If you have an electric fence, it might not work properly, and if your fence posts aren't sunk deeply into the ground, you could see them go out of alignment very quickly -- and your horses could escape into open pasture. Knowing why these two problems exist can help you take steps to shore up your horse fence.
14 October 2015
As a homeowner and a dog owner, you love how your fence keeps your dog safe within your yard. Unfortunately, some dogs tend to get into trouble by barking at neighbors or other animals on the opposite side of your fence. They may even dig around the bottom of the fence to try to get to the opposite side. Here two ways can deal with your dog and your fence.
14 October 2015
If you have dogs, you may have a chain link fence around your yard to keep them in. They may be destroying the fence, however, by jumping over or digging under it. If this is happening to you, below are some tips to keep your dogs from destroying your chain link fencing. Stop Them from Digging If your dogs are trying to break free from your yard by digging under the fence, this can not only harm your fence, but can also make your yard look unsightly.
13 October 2015