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Why Chain Link Is The Ideal Material For Your Pool Fence

If you plan to put a new pool in your backyard, you'll want to surround it with a fence. A pool fence may be required by your local codes, but even if it isn't, a fence will keep neighbor kids out of your pool, and a fence may prevent a drowning. There are different types of fencing you can install, and a good choice to consider is chain link. Here's why chain link makes a good pool fence. Read More 

A World Apart – 5 Privacy Screen Ideas For Your Hot Tub

If you're adding a spa to your backyard design, you probably want to create a haven of peace and relaxation around it. There's no more fitting setting for any spa than one that helps you forget the cares of your day. But how can you build the perfect -- and most private -- environment? Here are 5 options for any budget. Fence. Adding a privacy fence to one or two sides of the hot tub's location offers privacy that can be focused only on problem areas. Read More 

Tips For Making Your Vinyl Fence Last As Long As Possible

Whether you have just installed a brand new vinyl fence or you are about to, it is important to make sure that you are learning all you can about making sure that is lasts for as long as possible. This way, it will be many years before you will ever have to worry about replacing the vinyl fence with a new one. Keep The Weed Whacker Away It can be tempting to want to get as close to your vinyl fence as you can with your weed whacking in order to cut down all of the grass and weeds. Read More 

How to Choose the Perfect Fence

Designing a custom fence for your home requires more than just picking a basic design you like. You need to make sure the fence you choose will fulfill every purpose you need without becoming a burden to care for. The following guide can help you choose the perfect custom fence. Why do you need a fence? The first question to answer is why you need a fence. Common reasons include the following: Read More 

Seasonal Ornamental Iron Fencing Decor Ideas

Black wrought iron fencing will give your home an elegant, vintage-inspired touch. This type of fencing is often found in the front yards of historic homes and features intricate, curving details, which lends the durable metal a delicate look. Although ornamental iron fencing will add to your home's appearance just by itself, it is also the ideal place to display seasonal decor. Here are some ways that you can dress up your wrought iron fence throughout the year:  Read More