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Fences: Hacks, Modifications, New Trends and Cutting-Edge Styles

Hi, my name is Johnny. For years, I worked as a handyman, and although I did a bit of everything, I ended up helping a lot of people put up fences. Over the years, I have seen what works. I have learned how to hack your need for fencing if you don't have the time or cash to put up a new fence, and how to modify and repair fences to improve their function. I have also seen a lot of trends come and go, and I'm keenly interested in what's new in the world of fencing. Unfortunately, a back injury has made it difficult for me to work so now, I explore ideas by writing about them. I hope you enjoy my fencing blog and that you learn a lot. Thanks for stopping by!

2 Attractive and Traditional Fencing Styles for Your Period Home

If you're planning on investing in a new front fence for your period home, then you've no doubt spent a lot of time researching your options. With all the different fencing styles and materials available on today's market, you may have found yourself feeling a little confused and daunted about sifting through the options and finding the right choice for your home. Front fences are an important component of any home's street appeal and this is especially true for period homes. Read More 

How to Dress Up Any Residential Hurricane Fence

Many residential homes have hurricane or chain link fences, as they are affordable, easy to install, and don't look overwhelming even on a small property. However, a hurricane fence can sometimes seem a bit drab and dull. Rather than assuming that you need an entirely new fence, or investing in an expensive fence just to get a dressier look around your property, note a few tips for sprucing up a residential hurricane fence. Read More 

The Advantages of an Aluminum Fence Over Any Other Material

An aluminum fence doesn't necessarily mean a standard hurricane or chain link fence, but can refer to the style of vertical bars that resemble wrought iron. If you're thinking of getting a new fence for your property, you might note some advantages of aluminum versus any other material. Rust and corrosion resistant Aluminum by its nature doesn't rust or corrode. This makes is a good choice for a fence that might be located near a pool and which gets constant water splashing, and for fences in tropical areas or those with high humidity. Read More 

3 Viable Security-Enhancing Features for Your Commercial Chainmesh Fencing

With the rising cases of break-ins, it is important for businesses to beef up their security. Over the years, chainmesh fencing has proved to be a reliable way of protecting commercial premises from criminal minds. Indeed, more and more businesses these days find this type of fencing to be an ideal choice for securing their property. While chainmesh fencing is in itself a highly effective and economical security fencing option, adding one or more security-enhancing features to it is definitely good for your business. Read More 

Water Leaking in Your House? Four Temporary Roofing Fixes

If you notice rain coming into your house, your roof is likely damaged. To stem the flow of water until the professionals can show up and help you, there are a range of easy ways you can temporarily patch a roof. To stop the water, check out these ideas: 1. Making a tarp patch If water is pouring in and you need a fast and easy solution, cover the hole on your roof with a tarp. Read More