News & Blog: September 2014

Unique Ideas for Creating Residential Gazebos in your Backyard

Unique Ideas for Creating Residential Gazebos in your Backyard

Posted in: Decks

A gazebo is something you and your family will enjoy spending time in, and also makes a great spot for entertaining. These days, gazebos vary so much in design and features that the number of options is virtually unlimited. Here are some unique gazebo ideas you may want to consider for your own property.

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Residential Wood Fence Maintenance for Maximum Longevity

Residential Wood Fence Maintenance for Maximum Longevity

Posted in: Fencing

Whether you already have a wood fence from a previous homeowner, or you installed one on your own, maintaining it is the most financially-sound decision to avoid excessive spending in the future. Replacing your wood fence might seem like an easy route to take, but you are much better off maintaining your existing one to maximize its longevity and incredible appearance.

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Three Interesting Facts About the History of Fences

Three Interesting Facts About the History of Fences

Posted in: Fencing

As the Smithsonian points out, "Fences are icons of the American landscape." Americans, for better or worse, have staked out their homes and territories over the course of centuries by using fences.

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Tips for Achieving the Best Exterior with a Landmark Fence

Tips for Achieving the Best Exterior with a Landmark Fence

Posted in: Fencing

Appearance means everything to the proud homeowner. A well-maintained home exterior or professional landscaping are two areas that will catch the eye of many that pass by. However, residential fences can bring your property to a new level of dignity by becoming a prestigious landmark for many future decades. Here are some tips that will help clarify your property, aesthetically, while bringing a bit of notoriety to your community.

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Figuring Out the Right Fence Choice for Your Business

Figuring Out the Right Fence Choice for Your Business

Posted in: Fencing

Apparently, one man didn’t believe that airport security really is as secure as they say. William Deene, 22, was caught attempting to scale the fence at New York City’s Kennedy Airport this week. Authorities could not yet say why Deene — a New Jersey resident — was attempting to climb over the airport’s fences. He was quickly caught thanks to a watchful airport worker, as well as a perimeter alarm.

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