2017

  • Auto Operators Vs. Human Operators: Which Do You Choose?


    Commercial gates, typically the same ones you see on military bases or at the entrance to public parking ramps, are often equipped with commercial gate operators. You can have auto operators, which are unmanned and use a motion detector, or you can employ a human operator. Which should you choose? Here are a few pros and cons to each to help you decide. Human Operators The pros to having a human operate your commercial gate is that you always have someone present to monitor the comings and goings of people.
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  • How To Install Short Fence Posts In Soil


    While adding a simple wrought iron fence to your lawn area can be a fun way to add style to your landscaping. You can also make your lawn more enjoyable and secure. Of course, you will need to figure out the best way to install the fence post into the soil. Even if you are just going to install a short decorative picket fence, you obviously want it to be strong and sturdy.
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  • 5 Advantages Of Having An Aluminum Fence Around Your Home


    Keeping your home looking its best can be helpful for increasing its value. There are numerous ways you can accomplish this goal and adding an aluminum fence is one thing you can do. Of course, you'll find there are many other benefits of having this item in place around your property and knowing what these are may be helpful to you. Advantage #1: Versatile One of the problems you could face when installing this item is getting it to fit precisely regardless of the various slopes on your property.
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  • Think About The Aesthetics Of Your New Aluminum Fence


    If you are looking for fencing that will be sturdy and stand the test-of-time, you can't go wrong with aluminum. Metal fencing often gets a bad-rap as being more for security than style, but that couldn't be further from the truth. Aluminum fencing options can provide a decorative and aesthetic detail to your home, that enhances the overall curb appeal. Some aesthetically-appealing ways to use aluminum fencing around your property are:
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  • The Missing Link: 3 Awesome Ideas To Make Your Chain Link Fence Unique And Attractive


    Is your chain link fence missing something? The fence may be practical, but it probably lacks the attractive design that you get with other custom fence materials like wood. There are some things you can do to give your chain link fence an attractive custom look, such as wood picture frames, greenery and metal gates. If you want to make your chain link a little less plain and a little more custom, here are some awesome ideas to give it an attractive makeover:
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  • Wrought Iron, Aluminum, Or Wooden Fencing?


    If and when you decide to put a fence up around your yard, you should familiarize yourself with the great features each material has, since different types of fences will work out better for some than others. Taking their various features into consideration is going to help you to erect a fence that proves to be the better choice for your situation. Here are the benefits of wrought iron, aluminum, and wooden fencing:
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  • Keep The Deer Out


    It can be pretty frustrating to plant a great garden, only to find that your garden has been ravaged by a group of deer. It does not only happen to a garden, but can also happen when you are trying to plant grass. In fact, deer can cause a big problem for just about anyone. Deer can jump about 8 feet in the air, and so keeping them out can be a very tricky challenge.
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  • 3 Fence Options for Your Garden


    If you currently have a fairy large size garden in your yard, or you are planning on putting one in the yard, then you want to make sure you do your best to protect the garden from wildlife that will love to make a meal out of it. You want to find the right type of fence for your garden so you can enjoy it while protecting it. The information here will provide you with plenty of tips to help you decide on the right fence.
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  • Seven Reasons You Should Choose Cedar For Your New Fence


    Cedar has been used for fences since the colonial days when early settlers created split rail fences to keep livestock in or to mark the perimeter of their property. While the zig-zagged design of the original fences was used because the fence didn't require other hardware, cedar was chosen both because it was plentiful and for its durability and resistance to rot as it weathered winter storms. Its durability remains one of the most common reasons people choose cedar for fences today, but that's not the only reason.
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