News & Blog: December 2012

Patterson Dog Park Fence

Posted in: Long Fence News

Long® Fence recently installed wire mesh perimeter fence to safely contain our canine friends when they visit the new Patterson Dog Park in the heart of downtown Baltimore, MD. Visit our facebook page to see some photos of opening day at the park.

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Winter Paver Care

Winter Paver Care

Posted in: Product Info, Outdoor Living

With temperatures dipping into the forties and precipitation being more prevalent, this is not the best time of year to seal your pavers because they never fully dry out. You can extend the life and beauty of your pavers with a good cleaning. Brick cleaning is usually done to remove tree sap, mold, mildew, other stains and fallen leaves. Once you have cleaned your pavers, remove any additional fallen leaves so they do not stain the bricks. Brick cleaning is much more effective to paver areas that were previously sealed so be sure to seal your pavers next spring, when the weather warms up.

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Military Bowl Sponsorship

Posted in: Charity/Sponsorship

Long® Fence will serve as sponsor of the 5th annual Washington DC Military Bowl by providing the fencing to enclose the Military Village at the December 27th game between the Bowling Green Falcons (8-4) and San Jose State (10-2). Kickoff is slated for 3:00 pm. More details about the game, Military Village and the USO as beneficiary can be found here.

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Long Fence Sponsors 2012 Military Bowl

Long Fence Sponsors 2012 Military Bowl

Posted in: Charity/Sponsorship

Once again, Long® Fence is honored to support our troops as a sponsor of the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman. The 2012 Military Bowl will be held in Washington DC's historic RFK Stadium on December 27, 2012 with kickoff scheduled for 3:00 pm. The Bowling Green Falcons (8-4) will take on the San Jose State Spartans (10-2). The game will be televised on ESPN.

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Don't Forget to Winterize Your Automatic Sprinkler System

Don't Forget to Winterize Your Automatic Sprinkler System

Posted in: Product Info, Outdoor Living

Winter has not fully set in so if you have not had your in-ground sprinkler system winterized, now is the time to do it. The approaching holidays keep everyone busy, but if you wait much longer, it may be too late!

Your sprinkler system saves you time, money, and keeps your landscape looking its best during the spring and summer months. However, it is best to think about the winterization process once cold weather arrives and the grass goes dormant. Winterizing your sprinkler system means you take the steps necessary to ensure that your system's pipes will not freeze and break during the cold winter months.

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