Fencing: Effective but Kind to Wildlife

Fence Toppings To Keep Intruders Out Of Your Business Premises

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Theft of metals and plants from open yards can be a problem for construction business owners.  A sturdy fence on its own might not be enough to keep intruders off your property.  However, your fencing contractor will be able to upgrade your boundary fencing with toppings that will make it more burglar-proof. If you want to make your commercial premises’ perimeter fencing more secure, read on to find out what options are available.…

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3 Ideas for Use Your Pool Fencing as Storage

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The primary function of pool fencing is to create safety and prevent unsupervised children from reaching the pool area. However, these fences can be multifunctional. If you have limited space in your yard, they can even be turned into storage. Here are a few ideas: 1. Hooks and Baskets If you have a wooden privacy fence around your pool, consider adding hooks to it to use as storage. Hooks on your fence can be used to hold anything from extra swimming suits to inflatable tubes to nets for cleaning.…

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4 Tips to Keep in Mind When Installing a Livestock Fence

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Fences make running a livestock farm much easier because it is easy to control the movements of the animals across the farm. Keep the following tips in mind in order to get the best from your fence. Put Central Lanes Central lanes or races allow you to direct the animals in any paddock you like without thinking about the location of that paddock. This is because the central lane allows you to herd the animals to that specific paddock that you would like them to graze in without making them move through several paddocks.…

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