Before you can build a fence, you need to buy the materials. To get the right supplies, you need to measure your yard. If you're building on your own, you'll need to measure and plan carefully. If you're hiring a fence company in Portland, they'll do the measuring. But, you might want to make preliminary calculations before you call a fence builder. Measuring will guide you in setting a budget and help you communicate with…
There are all sorts of quality fencing options out there for homeowners. Vinyl fencing has become quite popular in the last few years because of its affordability and versatility. Vinyl fences come in an array of great colors, interesting textures and appealing styles. No matter what type fence you prefer, there will likely be something that matches your home. Here are some details about what vinyl fencing is made of and some of the benefits of using it.
Community parks are a special place for families and individuals of all walks of life. Heading outside to enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors is great for the mind and the body, so when planning a nice community park, it’s important to think of all facets of the project, including the fence. Municipalities and city builders looking to construct a community park have several different style options. Here are some basics:
The unusually cold winter in the Pacific Northwest has left many residents dreaming of longer, sunnier days where they can get outside and enjoy their beautiful yards. Winter can take a toll on the landscape of your yard, so if you’re looking to repair your fence or just completely replace it this spring, here are some tips on how to prepare for it. Know what type of fence you need The right fence will add…
Updated December 2017
Chain link fences are practical, strong and, to some people’s eye, plain. Many people admire the simple, clean look of the classic silverish gray chain link fence. People often choose chain link because they want both security and an unobstructed view.
You’ve spent hours getting your garden planted. You’ve lovingly tended to it day after day. Your handiwork attracts the admiring looks of neighbors and passers-by. But if some of those glances come from rabbits, beware. You’ll need to protect your plants from these cute but hungry marauders.