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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Need A New Fence? Consider Using Environmentally Friendly Bamboo

Posted on: 18 August 2015
The Japanese have been making fences out of bamboo for centuries and it is catching on in the United States. If you need a new fence, either for your home or even to fence in a large estate, you might consider using this versatile, environmentally friendly material. Below is a brief description of the plant and three different types of bamboo fencing.  What is Bamboo? Bamboo is a member of the grass family.
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Who Let The Dogs Out? 2 Types Of Fencing That Will Keep Them In

Posted on: 17 August 2015
Do you have dogs that love to be outside, but they will not stay in your yard? If so, you should put up some fencing to keep them in and other dogs out. Below are two types of fences that will work well for this purpose. Chain Link Fence Chain link fencing is a popular type of fence not only due to its durability, but also because it may be less expensive.
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