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2016

Keep Rabbits Out Of Your Garden With A DIY Wire Mesh Fence

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Do rabbits keep eating your vegetables, flowers, or herbs? They might be cute, but these little pests sure can destroy a garden. One of the best ways to keep them out is with a fence. You don’t need anything too fancy – plain wire mesh will do. Here’s how to build a basic mesh rabbit fence around your garden. Materials A roll of 4-foot wire mesh 5-foot metal stakes (one stake per three feet of your total fence length) Plastic zip ties A shovel Wire cutters A rubber mallet Directions…

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How to Protect Your Wood Fencing from Your Newly Adopted Puppy

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Adopting a new puppy often comes with a lot of talk about puppy-proofing your home since you don’t want any preventable damages to occur. While you may have already prepared the inside of your home for the arrival of your new puppy, it’s a good idea to focus on the landscaping as well. If you have wood fencing surrounding your property, it’s smart to look into how you can protect the wood fencing from being damaged by your puppy when they are let outside.…

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Reasons To Consider Vinyl For Your New Fence

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If you’ve been looking at new fence material for your property, you might have considered investing in vinyl fencing. Before you make the decision between vinyl, wood and other materials, it can be helpful to understand some of the advantages of vinyl fencing. Here’s a look at a few of the benefits of investing in vinyl for your property’s fence. Lasting Investment When you’re looking for fencing material that isn’t going to need replacement in a few years, vinyl may be the best solution.…

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Not Horsing Around -- 4 Tips For Landscaping Your Horse Farm

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Landscaping a horse farm is important to give it that final, polished look. But one key to successful yard design is to balance the needs of the business, the animals and the aesthetics. How can you do so? Here are 5 tips for any size horse farm. Install a Perimeter Fence An fence, such as from Hunt’s Fencing, surrounding the entire property is good not only for safety and security but also for the best overall look.…

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Wooden Fence Looking Old? Learn How To Revive It On Your Own

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Is your home’s wooden fence starting to show its age? What was once a beautiful fence could now look like a gray eyesore in your yard. You do not have to spend a lot of money to revive it, since all of these things can be done on your own. Here are 3 things you should do. Pressure Wash The Fence You need to get started on the right track by pressure washing the fence.…

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Live Next To A Multi-Story House With A Large Family? Maximize Privacy With A Fence And More

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Getting to know your neighbors is an excellent way to improve your living experience in any neighborhood. But, just because you are comfortable with them does not mean you want them being able to look into your home and see your family in your backyard at any given time. It is perfectly fine to build a fence on the sides and in the back to reduce how much your neighbors can see on your property.…

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Want To Keep Other Cats From Getting In Your Backyard? Install The Right Kind Of Fence

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Cats are lovely creatures that you may adore having as a pet or when visiting a friend, but it may not be so pleasant to see them when they are causing damage to your backyard. Stray cats or cats that are allowed outdoors could find their way into your yard and urinate, causing damage to tree roots. Cats can also go to the bathroom and leave a mess for you to clean up at a later time.…

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Constructing A Fence To Keep Coyotes Out Of Your Commercial Property

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As you drive and walk near dawn or dusk, it isn’t uncommon to catch a glimpse of a pack of coyotes moving through the underbrush. These small canine predators may look like dogs, but they are clever and opportunistic scavengers who won’t hesitate to attack small animals, dig through garbage and destroy property in the name of an easy meal. For commercial properties, a resident coyote pack poses a real threat to clients and employees alike, and they can become bolder and bolder as they acclimate to humans.…

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Wrought Iron Fencing Vs. Black Aluminum

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Do you love the old-fashioned, stately look that black metal fences give a home or estate? If you’d like to add this feature to your own property, you have a decision to make: Are you better off going with wrought iron fencing or with black aluminum? Classic black fences were made from wrought iron, but today, many homeowners are opting for black aluminum that’s made to look like wrought iron instead.…

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