Adding a deck is something you will not regret. It is great for cooking out with family and friends, relaxing outside, or just entertaining guests. It is also a nice addition if you plan to sell your home at some point because it will likely bring up the value. There are many decisions to make when building one of these, including what deck railing you will choose. Here are some things to think about. [Read more…]
A wood fence is a beautiful way to add privacy and security to your home, but it also requires some upkeep. Dirt and grime can make your fence look old and worn out, but it’s nothing a good pressure wash can’t fix.
If you own or manage a commercial property or business, then you know that security is of the utmost importance. A commercial fence can help your company prevent unauthorized visitors from entering your property and can help keep your employees safe and protected. Fence installation does not have to be time consuming and difficult. An installation company, like ourselves at Northern Fence Co, Inc., can help you get the job done on time and on budget.
After the long winter it’s time to assess the health of your home’s exterior including your wood fence. The snow, ice, wind and rain has likely taken a toll on your fence depending on its age and your climate. Although, has your fence suffered from damage that requires a simple repair or is it time for a full replacement? At Northern Fence, we can help you decide if your fence is worth saving. Here’s where you should start:
After months of snow, ice and freezing weather your wood deck has likely taken a beating. Depending on the age of your deck, it may need some repairs or even a replacement. To help you figure out if your deck is safe and secure for this spring and summer, we’ve pulled together some warning signs to look out for.
When purchasing or building a new home, deciding whether or not to have a residential fence is one of the factors that helps turn a house into a home. For homeowners with children or pets, the perks to having a fence are obvious. A fence serves a dual purpose: keeping important family members and pets from wandering away but also keeping dangerous predators out.
The biggest, long-term cause of steel and aluminum fence damage is the changing weather conditions. Both time and extreme weather can cause your fences to fall into disrepair. Weather conditions can cause wear and tear on most fences, but using the right materials for your climate will increase the life of your fencing. There are several ways to keep a fence looking and performing its best over its lifetime.
While “good fences make good neighbors,” according to the old saying, that does not always take into account those neighbors from the animal kingdom that may like to visit your yard from time to time. Common fence damage problems to a wood fence or chain link fence are often the result of animal damage.
There are many ways to enhance home security, but if you are looking for an attractive way to better protect your home and property, look no further than an estate gate. A residential gate can provide added security, while giving you the peace of mind that comes from knowing that your loved ones are safe.