Tired Of Your Lawn Being The Neighborhood Sidewalk? What Are Your Fencing Options?

Posted on: 28 December 2016
If you own a corner lot and find that your lawn seems to get more foot traffic than the nearby sidewalk, you may be wondering whether anything short of an old fashioned "get off my lawn!" bellow each time you catch an offender will have a lasting effect. Fortunately, even if you don't like the look or idea of a solid fence that will totally block off your lawn from passersby, you should be able to achieve the same level of crowd control much less obtrusively.
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2 Tips To Help You Keep A Safe, Happy, And Healthy Backyard Dog

Posted on: 28 December 2016
Being a dog owner comes with many responsibilities, as your dog relies on you for all its care and protection. It is important to keep your backyard dog friendly to ensure you dog remains safe, happy, and healthy. Here are two tips to help you accomplish this. Build and Maintain a Dog-Proof Fence Keeping your dog inside your fenced-in yard can be a challenge for some dog owners, especially when your dog likes to burrow escape tunnels under the fence.
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3 Tips On How To Use Aluminum Fencing To Keep Deer Out

Posted on: 28 December 2016
The garden that you've worked so hard on is absolutely a buffet and a feast for deer in the area. Deer routinely feast on plants that are 4 to 5 feet above ground, and eat about 5 pounds per day of hundreds of different plant species. You only need several deer to go to town on your garden to completely destroy it. To protect all of your hard work from these majestic beasts, install fencing around the perimeter of your property.
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Ornamental Wrought-Iron Fences Make Striking Backdrops for Flowers and Vines: Learn How to Choose the Right Fence for the Job

Posted on: 15 December 2016
Ornamental wrought-iron fencing enhances the beauty and improves the security of nearly any property, but if you are a gardener, you may have other benefits in mind. These fences make striking backdrops for flowerbeds and ornamental plants and can even be used as a trellis for climbing vines. Enclosing your yard with a wrought-iron fence and then tucking flowers and vines along the perimeter can transform your backyard into an oasis of color and fragrance.
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