You may have reached the decision that you want to have a fence installed on your property, but you aren’t quite sure where to begin. Commercial fencing helps increase your business’s curb appeal, which can help to draw in customers. Fences are made from various materials and deciding which material is best for you can be a daunting task. Here are some suggestions we have on what the best material could be for your commercial fencing. (more…)
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What product will be best for a new fence? To answer this question, you have to consider many factors. What weather will it have to endure? What’s the lifespan of your material? Can it handle pests, rotting, and decay? The material used for your fencing will determine how much mileage and enjoyment you get from it. For many homeowners, they choose between wood and vinyl fencing. Both have their merits and shortcomings. If you’re struggling to decide on either wood or vinyl fencing, here are some comparisons to make the choice easier. (more…)
If you’re looking to install or replace the fence on your property this year, there is a lot that goes into the decision. You may be looking at fence installation on personal or business property, and the fundamental qualities are going to be the same: strength, stability, privacy, and protection within your budget. For many people, the search for these qualities brings them to the tried, true, and traditional choice of wood fencing. (more…)
There are lots of reasons why you could be in the market for a new fence. Perhaps you don’t have one at all, and you need to secure your yard for a new pet or kid or simply to protect your property. Or, if you do have a fence, perhaps you need to replace it. Whatever the reason, when it comes to fence shopping, you might be overwhelmed by the options. Many people default to wood because it is traditional (and often the least expensive option), but there are many reasons to choose vinyl fencing as your material of choice. Here are a few of them. (more…)
When picking material for your fence, you should always ask yourself, “How much maintenance will be needed to keep my fence in good condition?” A related question would be how much money it costs to maintain the fence. The less maintenance your fence needs, the less it will cost to maintain it. Sounds pretty straightforward, right? That’s why going with low-maintenance fencing is a good idea. There are three low-maintenance fencing options that people often use: vinyl, treated wood, and aluminum. We will look at the different low-maintenance fencing options you can use around your property. (more…)
Spring is the perfect time for installing a new fence. The weather is pleasant, and you still don’t have to worry about the summer rush of people trying to install fences in the next couple of months. Most people gravitate to wooden fencing because wooden fences are classic and have been around for ages. However, if you haven’t decided on material for your fence yet, vinyl fencing should be up for consideration. Vinyl fencing has certain advantages that could make it the ideal fencing material for you. (more…)
In today’s age, we have access to a plethora of fencing options, whether we look inside stores or we find a fence we like online. The number of fences from which to choose can easily overwhelm a person. You have to consider many factors when picking a fence, from cost to aesthetic appeal, to safety, among other things. One such option that many people choose is iron fencing. Iron fencing can go well with many homes, making it a fairly popular choice. Iron fencing comes with its pros and cons, so look over them before deciding if it’s the right choice for you. (more…)
When it comes to selecting a fence, you have a variety of options of fencing materials from which to choose. But before you go about selecting one specific fencing option, you’ll need to consider what the needs of your family are. Hercules Fence has a few vital questions that you should answer for yourself before choosing a fence for your family.
Does my family live in a neighborhood?
If your home is surrounded by other homes, then this can affect what kind of fence you might want to purchase. Your neighbors might be very close by; in that case, a privacy fence might be an appealing option, simply for peace of mind and to give you your own space. If you live in a particularly crowded neighborhood, then you might want to select a fence that will reduce noise pollution as well.
Does my family live near a main road?
The kind of fence you purchase can be based on the issue of safety, in many cases. You may not want to obstruct your view with too tall of a fence, but if you live near a main road, then you want to ensure your children or pets, when they are playing out in the yard, are well-protected. In this kind of situation, a chain link fence might be a good fencing material to select. Chain link fences do no obstruct views, but they are sturdy, and they do keep your children and pets from wandering into traffic.
Does my family have a pool?
If your family is looking to get a fence to surround your pool, then safety and fencing maintenance will be an issue. In order to prevent anyone from accidentally falling in to your pool, a barrier such as a vinyl fence could be the perfect fit. Vinyl fencing is water resistant, and so even though your fence will be near the water, it will not rust, warp, or develop mold.
Does my family have time to dedicate to fence maintenance?
If you foresee it being easily to put in a little extra time into the maintenance of your fence, then a wood fence might be the right option for you. While not much more difficult to take care of than other kinds of fencing materials, wood fences do require a little more attention to keep them looking like new throughout different kinds of weather.
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