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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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4 Installation Improvements That Make Chain Link Fencing More Attractive And Longer Lasting

Chain link fencing is affordable and practical, but often not very attractive. It can also be vulnerable to damage from vegetation or metal corrosion. Doing improvements when you install your new fence, such as using vinyl coated materials and creating buffer zones to control vegetation. Here are some improvements to your chain link fence installation that will make it more attractive and longer lasting: 1. Creating Buffer Zone With Hardscaping To Keep Vegetation Away Read More 

Should You Install A Wooden Dog Fence?

There are a lot of synthetic materials that are commonly used in modern fence construction. Products like vinyl, fiberglass, and composite wood are loved by homeowners and builders all over the world. They are low maintenance, which is probably their biggest selling point. They are also durable, lightweight, and long-lasting to varying degrees. But, some homeowners are more concerned with style than any of these other factors. If you are mostly interested in installing a stylish wooden fence, you should go for it. Read More 

Considering A Wrought Iron Fence? Go With Aluminum Instead And Save

If you are in need of a fence for the exterior properly line of your home and you aren't sure if you want to invest the money in wrought iron options, you want to consider using aluminum instead. Aluminum fencing has many of the same characteristics and looks of wrought iron, but instead has many advantages that wrought iron doesn't. Here are some of the things that you want to know when you are talking with fencing contractors and making a choice for your home. Read More 

Tips for Choosing Fencing for Your Yard

A fence keeps pets and children safe, improves your house's curb appeal, and provides overall security. Sometimes fences are even necessary because of weather considerations, such as high wind. Therefore, choosing a fence can be a big decision. Choose the right fence for your house based on both needs and desires. Consider the Purpose of the Fence The first step in choosing a fence is deciding its purpose. Evaluate what would make your yard more enjoyable. Read More 

Should You Buy A Pre-Assembled Cedar Fence Or Build Your Own?

If you want to install a cedar fence in your yard, you need to consider how to buy and build it. You can either by all the pieces separately and assemble them on sight or you can buy pre-assembled panels. Basically, these panels are one full section of a fence, from post to post. They are usually about 8 to 12 feet long. These are very convenient because you don't need to actually do any fence building, besides setting the post in the ground. Read More