Short to Tall and Ornate to Simple: A Fence Blog

Considerations for Ordering Custom Trailers as a Fence Contractor

As a fence contractor, you probably already use a traditional trailer for any of your equipment that you need to haul to job sites. The problem with traditional trailers is that they can be too small or too large, depending on the project you are attempting to complete. This becomes an issue if you are a fencing contractor that deals with specific types of jobs where you need irregular sized trailers that fall somewhere between large and small traditional sizes. Read More 

4 Essential Components for Creating a Victorian Garden

The perfect accompaniment to a beautiful home is a stylish front garden. It can be an excellent way to add kerb appeal and increase your property's value. Where front gardens were concerned, the Victorians did them so well. Whether you have a Victorian house, or you just love the Victorian style, this guide is for you. The following 4 components can be used to help you create a front garden that's truly impressive. Read More 

How to Choose the Right Swimming Pool Fence for Your Home

A fence around a residential swimming pool is often required by law; even if it's not, you want to think about how to protect children and pets from getting into the pool and keep out intruders and trespassers as well. This can be especially important if you travel often and are worried that people might be using your pool when you're not home. Note a few tips on choosing the right swimming pool fence for your home so you know you get one that will work for your needs. Read More 

Engineered Fencing Materials You Can Consider For Your Home

When it comes to fencing materials, popular options for homeowners are natural materials such as timber, stone and bamboo. However, if you are looking for contemporary design or simply would like fencing that will stand out, you could consider engineered fencing materials. These manmade materials not only enhance the curb appeal of your residence, but also come with their own set of advantages when it comes to constant exposure to the elements. Read More 

How to Pull Wire Fencing Taut Without Special Equipment

If you are putting up a fence, one featuring simple posts and a roll of chicken or hog wire is the easiest and arguably the least expensive to install. However, you need to pull the wire as tightly as possible, or it will sag, making it look terrible and ineffective. As long as you have a car, a tractor or a ride-on lawnmower, you don't have to rent fence tightening equipment. Read More