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From Installation to Maintenance: Make Your Wood Fence Last

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Wood fences provide a timeless, beautiful finish to any landscape. Wood is one of the most versatile materials for fencing, providing a warm, inviting look for your curb appeal while still providing containment for pets and privacy for cozy gatherings in the backyard. Wood fences can be stained or painted to match almost any home style and exterior. 

Wood fences can last for years if they are properly installed and maintained. They also can continue to look as beautiful as they did the day they were installed. If you are considering installing a wood fence in your yard, learn how you can make sure that your wood fence stands the test of time and only gets more and more beautiful as it ages.

Fencing Your Yard With Your Dog in Mind

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Many people fence their yard for safety or for privacy, but dog owners have a third objective: to keep their dog safely in the yard. If you are a first-time dog owner or if you have never had a fence for your dog, you need to consider material, function, and design to make sure the fence is effective for pets. 

Not only will a pet fence provide you with some peace of mind, the fence is a good way for your dog to learn boundaries and to get exercise outside without needing to be leased or watched. Consider this guide when designing a fence with the needs of a dog in mind.

Get Your Yard Ready for a Fence

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You can choose from several different fencing materials to finish your yard, but before the fence can be installed, make sure your yard is ready for fencing. Without the right preparations, you could make costly mistakes or even have trouble with the longevity of your fence. 

Your fencing company can help you make sure that you have everything in order. Here are some things you’ll need to take care of before installation day.

4 Reasons to Choose Wood Fencing for Horse Containment

Written by Town and Country Fence on . Posted in Tips & Advice

Property owners select materials from an array of options when they have horse fencing installed. Wooden board, metal pipe, high-tensile wire, vinyl board, and woven wire are some of the material choices available to horse owners.

Each type of fencing has its pros and cons when combined with the strength, wile, and fragility of horses. However, there are important reasons why professional equine barns choose wood-board fencing for their animals. Here are four of those reasons.

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