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Give Your Fence Some Personality! Four Ways To Spice It Up

Has your fence begun to look a bit drab and boring? As long as it's still in decent shape, it seems silly to replace it entirely. Instead, consider using one or more of these ideas to spice it up and give it some personality. Paint a mural. If you have a solid wood fence, consider turning it into a work of art. You could hire a local artist -- or pay a college art student -- to come paint a mural on the fence. Read More 

Three Benefits of PVC Fences

Thinking about installing a fence around your property? It is not as easy a decision as you might think. For materials, there is wood, brick, metal, vinyl and PVC. PVC fences are relatively new to the fencing industry, but with the advancement of the technology that creates this type of plastic, the newer formulas for PVC lend many benefits to its use as fencing material. The following benefits highlight just a few of those benefits. Read More 

Learn How to Create a Protective Barrier Around Your Backyard Pool

When you have a pool in your backyard, you need to be sure to take the time to create a protective barrier around the perimeter of the fence to ensure that no person or animal accidentally falls into the pool without your knowledge. There are many different options available when it comes to aluminum fencing. The guide below walks you through the process for having an aluminum fence installed around your pool. Read More 

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