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Each year, tick awareness is increased. With the spread of Lymes disease and the increasing number of other diseases that these little insects spread, people are doing more to put a stop to the ticks from invading their outdoor living areas. If you have deer that are constantly passing through your property, you could have an increased number of ticks infesting your lawn. This was an issue that I was having. After having a fence installed to keep the deer out of my yard, I have seen far fewer ticks and have not picked one off of myself or my kids. Find out more about protecting your property from ticks by installing fencing by going to my website.


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Pre-assembled Panels

When you install the panels, you just need to dig the holes for the posts and set them. Whether you are installing your post into concrete footing or directly into soil, this process is much easier then if you are going to build your fence piece by piece. First of all, the posts are already level with each other. Basically, each panel has a post on each end, so there is no guesswork or measuring involved.

Most pre-assembled panel fences will have will not have a stain on them. This allows you to paint or stain them after they are installed. There will also be a wide variety of different styles to choose from. Panels with lattice tops are popular, but picket style fences are probably the most common.

Build Your Own Fences

While building a fence piece by piece is more time consuming, there are certain advantages. First of all, it is easier to install a fence over an uneven or sloped surface. Also, you are able to put your post at varying distances from each other. This can be advantageous when it comes to building a fence around landscaping and hardscaping that already exists in your yard. In the end, the pre-assembled panels are probably easier to install, but they are more expensive to buy. Basically, when you are building your own fence, you have more flexibility to troubleshoot problems that might arise. Also, there are probably even more styles to choose from because you can mix and match different posts, rails, and slat pieces to create your unique fence.

If you have free or cheap labor and experience building fences piece by piece, you might want to avoid the panels. If you build your fence piece by piece, you can customize it to your property and make it fit exactly how you want. Visit websites like http://www.townandcountryfence.net for more information.