Pros And Cons Of Wooden And Vinyl Garden Fences

If you enjoy the country look, you may be considering fencing in your garden or backyard with wooden fencing. What you may not know is that you can get a similar look with vinyl fencing that is designed to look like picket or garden fences. Both are attractive options that can enhance the beauty of your yard. Both have pros and cons. Consider these facts about wooden and vinyl fences before making a final decision. [Read More]

Three Ways To Make Your Chain Link Fence More Private

If you're trying to fence in your yard but are on a tight budget, chain link fencing is a great option. A 4-foot chain link fence will cost between $3 and $6 per linear foot, and a 6-foot fence will cost between $8 and $15 per linear foot. This is considerably more affordable than vinyl or wood fencing -- but chain link fences have one downfall. You can see through them. [Read More]

Tips To Help You Install And Use Your Chain Link Fence To Protect Your Garden And Help It Grow

A chain link fence around your garden is a great way to protect your garden vegetables and provide a growth support for some plants, while the open weave of the chain link allows as much sunlight as possible to reach your plants. As you plan and install your garden chain link fence, here are some tips to help you complete its installation to provide protection and support to your plants. Position and Install the Fence Posts  [Read More]

Why Is Cedar Such A Great Wood To Use In Fencing?

If the time has come to install a new wooden fence on your property, you've probably discovered that there are a number of different woods to choose from. Pressure-treated pine, spruce, and oak -- they all do a decent job, but if you happen to come across cedar fencing, this wood deserves some serious consideration. Here's a look at six reasons why cedar is often considered the best wood for use in fencing. [Read More]