Fencing: Effective but Kind to Wildlife

3 Types of Chemical Treatments Used to Protect Timber Fences

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Timber fencing is universally popular for it’s natural looks, affordability, and the way the material blends with the rest of the garden. However unlike other fencing materials, timber fencing is also attractive to subterranean termites serving as a food source. Luckily to prevent termite and wood-borer damage, as  well as rot and fungal growth, homeowners building timber fences use a number of different chemical treatments that help to protect their fences.…

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Keep the Deer Out of Your Garden with These Four Fencing Options

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Although they are cute and charismatic, deer are one of the most invasive species in Australia, and if you are trying to garden, they are a pest. Although it can be challenging, with the right fence, you can keep the deer out of your garden. Here are four types of gardening fences to consider: 1. Very high fences Depending on the species, deer can easily jump 1.8 to 3 metres, and in most cases, they certainly do not need a running start.…

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How To Maintain Your Glass Pool Fencing

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Apart from providing great aesthetics for your pool and outdoor area, glass pool fencing is also attractive for its low-maintenance needs. Unlike wood that may be affected by moisture or metal that could rust over time, glass does not change over the years. However, you still have to do a few things to ensure your glass pool fencing remains spotless. Location and setting On a day-to- day basis, your glass fence needs to be protected from anything that could hit the glass and cause damage.…

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