Considerations To Make When You Are Fencing In Your Garden

Posted on: 20 August 2015
If you have a garden, you may want to consider fencing it in. Putting a fence around your garden will give you a clear boundary where the garden is obviously separated from the rest of your yard. It will also help you to keep some types of pests from getting into your garden, like deer, neighborhood dogs and rabbits. If you are thinking about fencing in your garden area, you want to think about some of the considerations in this article so you know you are installing the right type of fence.
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Use These Privacy Fence Etiquettes To Prevent Disputes With Neighbors

Posted on: 19 August 2015
A privacy fence does just what its name means – it gives you privacy in your home. However, it can also be a constant source of quarrels with your neighbors. Here are four tips for fence etiquette to help you prevent such disputes. Observe Boundaries If you don't want to risk tearing down your fence soon after putting it up, then you should be careful where you install it. Even without the risk of tearing down the fence, you will still have to deal with irked neighbors if you go slightly over your property line.
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Three Ways To Keep Bugs Away From Your Wooden Fence

Posted on: 18 August 2015
Wooden fences can certainly be beautiful – when they're not attracting bugs. To keep bugs like carpenter bees, ants, and termites from taking up residence in your fence, follow these three steps. Keep Weeds Trimmed Don't allow the weeds near your fence line to grow tall and bushy. They'll trap moisture near the fence, making it more appealing to various insects. Use your trimmer every time you mow to keep weeds down, and if you're having major issues with tough weeds growing directly near the fence posts where they're hard to trim, spray them with a universal herbicide.
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How To Repair Cedar Fences

Posted on: 18 August 2015
Cedar is one of the most durable woods for exterior fencing. It is ideal because it can be easily weatherproofed and it is not susceptible to termite damage. However, any exterior fence can be damaged and worn out. Cedar is a soft wood and this makes it easy to repair and restain. Here is how to patch and stain holes in a cedar fence. Sanding the Hole Holes, scratches, dents and dings should be sanded before they are patched.
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