After the long winter it’s time to assess the health of your home’s exterior including your wood fence. The snow, ice, wind and rain has likely taken a toll on your fence depending on its age and your climate. Although, has your fence suffered from damage that requires a simple repair or is it time for a full replacement? A Fence It In, we can help you decide if your fence is worth saving. Here’s where you should start:
Fences function in a variety of ways, and are often a necessary yard feature for homeowners. Fences can act as barriers between properties, as a way to separate your yard from the street, to provide privacy, or to be decorative – acting as curtains do for a theatre – setting the stage for you home. Whatever their purpose, they need to suit your property and be professionally installed. Oftentimes, a fence needs to provide several functions in order to be a good fit for your house. There are many fence design ideas, and there are pros and cons to each type of material used in their construction.
There are many ways to enhance home security, but if you are looking for an attractive way to better protect your home and property, look no further than an estate gate. A residential gate can provide added security, while giving you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your loved ones are safe.
When it comes to aluminum and steel fences, the biggest threat to their longevity is the weather. Over time extreme weather can cause fences to fall into disrepair. Knowing what materials to use for your fence depending on your climate will increase the life of your fencing. Also, keeping up with regular maintenance will also keep your fence looking and performing its best over its lifetime.
When designing your residential landscape one of the ways you can quickly boost your curb appeal and enhance home safety are with a residential fence. Fences are a great addition that helps to turn a house into a home, not to mention the added benefits of safety and security when it comes to children and pets.
While “good fences make good neighbors,” according to the old saying, that does not always take into account those neighbors from the animal kingdom that may like to visit your yard from time to time. Common fence damage problems to a wood fence or chain link fence are often the result of animal damage.