Posts Tagged: Fence Tips

How to Measure Your Yard for a Fence

Check out this white picket fence. How to measure your yard for a fence.

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… Read more »

How to Plan for Buying or Repairing a Fence

Wooden fence

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… Read more »

6 Decisions to Make Before Building a Fence

Top Things to Decide On + Research Before Hiring a Contractor When starting on a fencing project for your Portland home, a bit of forethought can go a long way. Taking these simple steps before embarking on your project can help prevent any surprises down the road. Answering these questions can also help your fencing… Read more »

Never Worry About Whitewashing Your Picket Fence Again When You Choose Vinyl Fencing

Tom Sawyer may have made whitewashing a picket fence sound fun, but many homeowners know better—the tedious work is nothing to look forward to. If you’re tired of spending hours in the sun whitewashing your home’s picket fence, then there is good news! If you choose vinyl fencing, you’ll never have to worry about whitewashing… Read more »

How to Install Fence Posts for Wooden Fence

Updated November 2017 When it comes to building a fence, it is important to have install fence posts to ensure the most stable wooden fence possible.  Installing fence posts is a critical component that’s responsible for keeping your enclosure upright and straight.  Installing a fence post can be tricky business but with right knowledge and… Read more »