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  • Ready To Build A Fence In Your Yard? Consider Your Dogs When Analyzing Details

    Not having a fence on your property can make it tough to own dogs. Even if they are well-trained, you may feel inclined to put them on a leash before you take them outside. When you combine the trips for getting exercise and going to the bathroom, the number can get rather high. If you want to make it easier to own dogs in your home, you should install a fence.
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  • Top Features To Look For In A Fence In A High-Crime Neighborhood

    When you first move into a home, you don't always know what lies ahead where criminal activity in the neighborhood is concerned. If the home you are living in is in an area where there is suddenly an uptick in the number of crimes, you will be ready to make whatever property changes you can for the safety of your household. One of those changes is adding a perimeter fence to your property.
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  • Eager To Update Your Front Yard? 3 Tips For Finding The Ideal Front Fencing

    Improving the way your front yard looks can be a great way to improve curb appeal and make you feel confident about your home. If you've been considering getting fencing installed in the front yard, you may be unsure about exactly what kinds of features make the best fencing. This is especially true if you haven't done a lot of landscaping work on your own already. Instead of getting just any type of fencing installed and hoping that it looks good, consider the following tips so that you can get results you're happy with.
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  • Keeping Your Dog From Getting Through A Fence

    If you have a dog that you want to contain in your yard and you have decided to get a fence, you may find that, along with having the fence put up, there are other things you want to do to ensure the dog stays put in the yard. Here are some ways of making sure your dog stays in the yard: Have a tall enough fence put up If your dog can easily clear a 6-foot fence, then you will of course want to go higher.
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  • Three Commercial Fencing Issues To Be Aware Of

    The choice to put up some kind of fence to enclose your office building is an easy one, but the process might be more involved than you think. The following issues will need to be dealt with if you want to avoid spending more money than planned and encountering additional problems. Zoning and Permit Requirements Before you start to imagine what your commercial fence will look like, you should probably visit your local zoning office to read the part of the zoning ordinance that applies to your building's location.
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  • Reasons To Choose Composite Wood For Your Front Yard Picket Fence

    A picket fence is the ideal fence for your front yard. It may even be one of the few fence styles allowed for a front yard by your local codes. That's because they have spaces between the pickets so you can see through them and because they are typically much shorter than a backyard fence. Instead of blocking your yard from sight, they add a decorative touch. The only problem is the usual picket fence made from wood requires a lot of maintenance, and since the fence is in your front yard, you have to stay on top of upkeep.
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  • Maintenance Tips For Natural Woods And Hardwood Materials For Outdoors And Fencing

    Custom wood features are common in landscaping, porches, and exteriors of homes. Many of these features may be built with special treated materials, but other untreated lumber is also often used. If you want unique custom features for your home, you may want to consider using domestic hardwoods and other timber for these features, which all will require special care. Here are some maintenance tips for the different wood materials on the exterior of your home:
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  • How To Get Your Dog Used To An Invisible Fence

    Installing an invisible fence is a great way to keep your dog in the yard without changing the appearance of your landscaping. The hard part is that there's a bit of a learning curve. During the first few weeks with your invisible fence, you'll need to take steps to get your dog used to the fence and train him not to breach the boundaries it establishes. Here's a good way to do that:
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