Backyard Improvements | 4 Simple Steps To Spray Paint Outdoor Fences

Posted on: 12 August 2015

While fencing is a great way to maintain your backyard privacy, your fence is likely to discolour and look weathered over time –– especially if you're located in a place prone to high winds and heavy rainfall. Spray painting is an extremely fast and effective do-it-yourself task that can elevate the look of your backyard fencing almost instantly. Simple preparation and planning will help you prepare your fencing for a DIY paintjob. [Read More]

3 Supplies for Teak Timber Fencing Care and Upkeep

Posted on: 10 August 2015

If you choose teak as the option for your timber fencing, then you have likely already contacted timber fencing contractors. They can help you choose the right teak option and install the fence for you. What they can't help you with are the supplies that you need to care for your teak fence once it is in place. Here are a few supplies for teak timber fencing care and upkeep, why you need them, and how you should use them. [Read More]

How to Ensure Your Gate Is Safe If You Are Planning to Adopt a Dog

Posted on: 10 August 2015

Before you adopt a dog, you should do a walk around your yard to make sure that your fence is in good repair, and if it is, you need to check out your gate. Unfortunately, some gates allow dogs to pass through them too easily. Here are the issues to look for and how to modify your gate if you find them: 1. Large gaps in or around the gate [Read More]

How to Repair Chain Link Fencing

Posted on: 6 August 2015

Chain link fencing is a cost-effective method for establishing property boundaries, and is the preferred method of fencing for many industrial applications, from factories to schools, ranches to parking lots. However, when weather, age, and damage cause your chain link fence to look past its prime, it may be time to break out the tools and get to work with some repairs, before a replacement becomes necessary: The Sagging Fence [Read More]