Fences 101: 3 Essential Maintenance Tasks For Wrought Iron Fences

A wrought iron fence is a beautiful addition to any home. However, unlike many other fences, wrought iron fences require routine maintenance and cleaning in order to maintain their beauty. Luckily, this isn't too difficult – and you can likely do it yourself. So what kind of maintenance and cleaning should you be performing on your iron fence and gate? Here are three essentials. 1. Apply Paint or Wax It might sound odd, but applying paint to your wrought iron fence is essential. [Read More]

Four Ways To Keep The Wildlife Out Of Your Yard

When it comes to your backyard, animals can be a real challenge. Pests often try to squeeze beneath the fence or even tunnel underneath in an attempt to get to your garden flowers and vegetables, so you might want to find a fence trenching company. Fortunately, the saying that good fences make good neighbors is true — even when talking about neighboring wildlife. The following tips can help you ensure you have a good fence for the job. [Read More]

Easy Ways To Maintain Your Chain Link Fence

Maintaining the exterior of your home is just as important as keeping the inside looking great. Want to know how you can go about this goal? Well, if you have chain link fencing, protecting it is a great way to go about accomplishing this goal. If you fail to do so, the fence will look worn, making the rest of your home look the same. Here are just some things you can do to maintain your fence, to keep your home looking great. [Read More]

Three Ways To Boost Your Property Value In A Family-Oriented Neighborhood

What buyers are looking for in a home varies somewhat from neighborhood to neighborhood. For instance, buyers in a neighborhood inhabited mostly by families are going to be looking for different qualities than those buying in an area where retirees make up the bulk of residents. It's important to keep these varying desires in mind if you are planning to sell your home. Here are three ways to boost your property value specifically in a family oriented neighborhood. [Read More]