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Fence Planning Resources

3-Step Wood Fence Maintenance

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 29, 2016 10:33:29 AM

With proper care, your wood fence can remain both beautiful and functional for many years. It’s very important to keep up-to-date with the maintenance on this type of fence, because without it, wood can quickly fall into disrepair. Do you currently have a wood fence but aren’t sure how to go about taking care of it? Or are you considering a wood fence among other fencing options? We at Central Fence think that wood is a great fencing option, and we want to help you keep enjoying yours for years to come.

 

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Topics: Wood Fence

Cleaning Your Chain Link Fence

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 25, 2016 10:03:22 AM

Once you have made the investment in a high quality chain link fence, you hope it will last years beyond its projected lifespan. You know your investment will be worth it but there is a little bit of maintenance that needs to happen every so often to keep it looking nice and clean and lasting for years to come.

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Topics: Chain Link Fence

Top 3 Vinyl Fence Styles

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 19, 2016 4:30:00 PM

When you decide to purchase a vinyl fence for your home, you’ll soon find that there are several different varieties from which you can choose. Depending on your particular wants and needs, one style might suit your home or property better than another. Check out a few of the most popular styles of vinyl fence, and consider whether one of these might be perfect for you.

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Topics: Vinyl Fence

Design in Ornamental Fences

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 18, 2016 12:56:26 PM

When most people think of ornamental fences, a blurry image of a wrought iron fence around a crazy-big mansion is brought to mind. However, in reality there are many types of ornamental fences, in aluminum or steel, and in prices the average person can afford.

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Topics: Ornamental Fence

Choosing a Gate for Your Space

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 17, 2016 2:30:00 PM

Business and home owners value the security of their premises, and go the lengths necessary for keeping their land safe. They install security cameras and burglar alarms, and, of course, a proper fence and gate. A fence is the most basic security provision. However, what many people don’t realize is that no matter how strong and impenetrable your fence may be, if your gate is not up to par, your security level is almost nonexistent. A good sturdy access panel will protect your assets in case of a risky situation.

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Topics: Ornamental Fence

Preparing Your Backyard for Fall

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 15, 2016 10:54:40 AM

It may be hot now, but fall will be here before you know it. With the end of summer comes the end of the traditional gardening season, and many homeowners will be preparing for several months of dropping temperatures. How can you be ready when fall arrives? By following these steps, you can maintain a beautiful yard year-round.

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Topics: Backyard Ideas

Landscaping with Water

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 12, 2016 1:00:00 PM

Beaches, rivers, lakes-- we've always loved water. There’s just something so relaxing about sitting near a body of water, watching it flow by. We can’t all be lucky enough to live at the beach or on a river, but we can bring the water into our yards with some creative landscaping. Check out these great ideas for landscaping with water for all sizes of yards and budgets.

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Topics: Backyard Ideas

Keeping Stray Animals Out of Your Yard

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Aug 9, 2016 10:15:27 AM

Stray animals need to be kept off your property for a number of reasons. Dogs can be dangerous to people whom they don’t know, and the last thing you want is to be growled at or even attacked by a strange dog when you step outside your home. Many strays can also be destructive, chewing or clawing lawn furniture, destroying flower beds, or even harming your own outdoor pets. The best thing you can do with them is keep your distance. Fortunately, it’s extremely easy to keep stray animals out of your yard-- all you need is a quality fence.

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Topics: Chain Link Fence, Ornamental Fence, Vinyl Fence, dog kennel, Wood Fence

Choosing a Decorative Fence for Your Home

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Jul 31, 2016 2:30:00 PM

When it comes to improving your home with a decorative fence, your options are pretty much limitless. Depending on the architecture of your home, the layout of your yard, and the size of your property, certain fences may appeal to you more than others-- in the end, though, you’re only limited by your imagination! Check out a few of these great ideas for inspiration for your next project.

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Topics: Ornamental Fence, Vinyl Fence, Wood Fence

Chain Link Posts' Major Role in Your Fence

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Jul 28, 2016 11:30:00 AM

Getting a fence installed in your yard isn’t quite as simple as just setting up some panels. If it's maximum stability and security you’re looking for, it all begins with the fence posts. This is especially true if you’re working with a chain link fence, because the posts will be fully responsible for supporting the entire weight of the fence. Those posts will have to be set in the ground-- but how can you be sure that they’re secure?

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Topics: Chain Link Fence

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