The Dos And Don’ts Of Living With Iron Stairs

Iron stairs can give your home's exterior an ornate, traditional look. Especially if you have them in the front of your home, they can truly add to your curb appeal and serve as your home's most defining feature. However, there are some intricacies to their care, which you must be aware of if you want to keep them looking great and serving you for years to come. You can talk to a professional, like Lamonaca Iron Works Inc, about specific care instructions. Read More 

Fence Ideas For Your Backyard When You Want To Block Nosy Neighboors

If you've got nosy neighbors who are often found walking over into your backyard or perhaps peeping at you and your friends when you're out back sunbathing, then a nice privacy fence is just the ticket. These fences can be a non-confrontational way to establish privacy. However, you need to pick the right type of fence setup. For example, you don't want a picket fence because, while they look nice, they are not high enough. Read More 

The Maintenance and Repairs Chain Link Fences Need

Have you recently had a chain link fence installed and want to know more about maintaining it? Well, your chain link fence is very durable, but chores like cleaning the fence line and repairing small damage will be needed to ensure it lasts for many years. When you do maintenance, you will also want to be sure not to damage your fence. Here are some of the maintenance and repairs that you will need to do to your fence over the years: Read More 

6 Creative Uses for Deer Fencing

You are probably familiar with deer fencing if you live in an area where deer run free. This tall fencing is typically placed around the perimeter of your property to keep deer from entering your yard, but it's useful for other landscaping projects and can be used to provide protection for plants, animals, kids and your stuff. Here are 6 ways to use deer fencing in your yard.  Garden Protection Read More 

Dog Is An Escape Artist? Things To Consider About Chain Link Fencing Before You Install It

If you recently moved into a home without a fence, and you own a dog that loves to escape and run off without notice, you may decide to install a chain link fence around your property to confine your pet and prevent issues with your neighbors. But before you do so, it's important that you consider a few things first. Although it doesn't happen with every dog breed, some pets will jump over or even dig beneath fencing to escape. Read More