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Fence Planning Resources

Access Panels for Ease and Security

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Mar 21, 2017 3:50:08 PM

In some situations, you can set up a fence and never have to worry about crossing over/through it. However, most of the time, you’ll need a way to come and go once your fence is in place without having to think about anyone trespassing or coming in uninvited. Maybe you have several acres of farmland and your trucks need to pass through onto your property. Perhaps you’re using a fence to protect a business or other commercial property, and you’re looking for a way to let contractors inside without compromising your security. Or maybe your home property is fenced in with security panels, and you need a gate so that your family can come in and out easily. No matter what, we’ve got a solution for you.

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Topics: access panels

4 Ways to Jazz Up your Fence

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Mar 15, 2017 11:07:34 AM

With spring right around the corner, you may find yourself wanting to do some DIY crafts, like jazzing up your fence. There are many ways to do this; the creative ideas are endless! You can style up your fence however you like by adding some character or style to match your personality or home’s vibe.

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Topics: Vinyl Fence, Wood Fence, Backyard Ideas

The Many Fencing Options for Your Home

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Mar 14, 2017 3:01:52 PM

Whether you’re looking for pure aesthetic value or some functionality to go with it, a fence is a good investment. With so many different products on the market, though, it can be overwhelming to walk into the store without a plan. Where do you even start? We’ve got a handy guide for fencing options, including some things to consider with each type.

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Topics: Choosing a Fence

Making Your Yard More Private

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Mar 7, 2017 1:17:31 PM

Privacy is a very important feature for your backyard. Your family will spend a lot of time there, and you want to be as comfortable as possible. Taking these steps to make your yard more private will help shield your yard from nosey neighbors or curious passersby and help to make you feel safe.

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Topics: Vinyl Fence, Wood Fence

Gardening Accidents to Avoid

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Mar 6, 2017 11:41:01 AM

Gardening is a pastime that many take up to relax, unwind, and enjoy nature in a calm way. So it might sound strange to hear that there are many gardening accidents that occur each year. Some of these are simple, like over-watering plants, while others are actually dangerous and can get you hurt if you aren’t careful. These are some of the most common types of gardening accidents, and how you can avoid them.

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Topics: Backyard Ideas

The Best Fence for Kids

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Feb 28, 2017 11:17:06 AM

Many people who are looking into purchasing new fence for their backyard are doing so because they have kids. If this is your reason for needing a fence, you shouldn’t be looking into just any type of fence, you should be looking into vinyl. A fence for children must have different qualities than, say, a fence that surrounds a garden. Here’s what you need to know about why a vinyl fence is the best for your situation:

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Topics: Vinyl Fence

Why Your Business Should be Protected by a Fence

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Feb 26, 2017 2:48:00 PM

When you think of keeping your business safe, what comes to mind? Locking up at night? Protecting your passwords? While both of those things are certainly necessary, neither are the number one thing you should do. First and foremost, your commercial property needs a fence.

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Topics: Commercial Fences

Jump Start Your Spring Vegetable Garden

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Feb 23, 2017 4:46:03 PM

Spring is right around the corner.  Are you excited to start growing your spring vegetables again? Don’t wait until spring is here, though; you should start sowing your plant seeds in February.  Mid February is the time to get the ball rolling on your seeds to get them ready to be transferred outside in spring. Beets, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, onions, peas, peppers and tomatoes are the ones that are great to be planted this month. If you are looking to continue your New Year resolution of losing weight, kale, lettuce, and spinach are also ready to start germinating at this time.

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Topics: Backyard Ideas

Why You Might Need Temporary Fencing for Your Home

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Feb 21, 2017 3:05:47 PM

Is temporary fencing the right choice for your situation? If you’re like most people in Southern Georgia, you didn’t even know that was an option. Actually, temporary fencing can be a good alternative to permanent fencing for a variety of reasons. Keep reading to determine if temporary fencing is the right choice for you:

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Topics: Choosing a Fence

Fence Trends Over the Years: A History of Backyard Fences

Posted by Teresa Dixon on Feb 19, 2017 8:22:00 PM

Fences protect our property, keep our animals in, and designate who owns what. They’re vital to our society and many of our laws too, which are focused on possession. The backyard fence is something so common in our lives that you may not have ever paused to think of how it came to be. They had to start somewhere at sometime, though. So, when was it? Surely our ancestors way back in the Bronze Age weren’t putting stone fences around their caves. Actually they were!

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Topics: Ornamental Fence, Wood Fence

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