3 Golden Rules When Working On A Dividing Fence Project With Your Neighbour

Posted on: 14 September 2016

If you share a common backyard with your neighbour, there may come a time when you want to set up a fence. Picket fencing is a popular choice because of its universal appeal. But you still need to work with your neighbour on several factors of the fence. Follow these rules when working on a fence project with your neighbour. Be Aware Of Legal Obligations Local state governments and councils may have certain laws and rules governing fencing in your area, so you should ideally get in touch with them before making any changes to your outdoor spaces. [Read More]

Metal Fencing Types You Could Contemplate For Your Residence

Posted on: 21 July 2016

Whether you have moved onto a new fenceless property or are looking to change up your current fencing, one of the important decisions you will have to make is what type of material to use. Although wood fencing and PVC fencing are some of the more popular options, you could consider opting for metal fencing. This is because metal fencing provides you with numerous types of metallic materials to choose from. [Read More]

4 Tips for Building Wooden Fences Around Your Property

Posted on: 30 June 2016

There are many reasons to install a fence around your property: to mark your boundary, to keep your children and pets in and others' children and pets out, for privacy and for security. Different types of fences offer different levels of security and privacy. Wooden fences are an affordable option that offer high aesthetic appeal and privacy. If you're going to install a wooden fence, the following are important installation, care and maintenance tips you should know. [Read More]

How to Add Security to Your Home's Exterior Property

Posted on: 20 June 2016

To add security to your home's interior, you might install an alarm that sounds when someone breaks a window or forces a door open or install cameras inside the home that turn on automatically when someone has tripped their motion detectors. However, you might also be concerned with how you add security to your home's exterior, especially without making your home look and feel like a compound or prison yard. Note a few tips for adding security to your home's exterior, and then discuss these with a security expert or other contractor so you know they will work for your property. [Read More]