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Good Fences, Good Neighbors: The Essentials of Fence Etiquette

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Your fence is often the element that completes your yard. In the front, it adds boundaries and curb appeal. At the sides and back, it adds privacy, definition, and increased function. No matter the reason for installing your fence, part of your fence plan should include fence etiquette. You need to consider the impact your fence will have on the neighbors and the community.

Even though it is your property and you might like your fence to be a certain material and certain height, it’s good manners (and sometimes the law) to make sure you’re working with the needs of others who share your city block.

Fencing Your Business’s Yard: What Business Owners Need To Know

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If you have a growing service-type business that also provides supply and material goods for clients, you need a fence that helps keep your new outdoor stock yard secure while also allowing visitors and suppliers access to the yard in an efficient manner. Landscaping, lumber supply, tree nurseries, masonry companies, and even mechanics may grow to need a supply yard for customers.

An outdoor supply yard can be a challenge to plan, but with the right fencing, you can create a polished, professional area that allows for ample storage and effective accessibility. Here are some tips to help you plan your stock yard fence.

Fencing for Horses: Material Considerations for First-Time Owners

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If you have taken the plunge into the world of horsemanship, getting the right infrastructure for keeping your horse is a big part of providing the right care and training. While horses do need shelter and storage rooms for grain and tack, the basics of keeping a horse start with a fence.

You have many options for horse fencing, but there are a few things to keep in mind when you’re choosing a fencing material. Several different materials make suitable fences for horses, but horse owners must also avoid common materials that aren’t appropriate for fencing in a horse.

Further, all of the available materials have pros and cons. Some materials are more costly while others are more affordable. Some are safer while others require more maintenance. Here are some of the most common fencing materials that horse owners should be educated about.

6 Advantages of PVC Fencing

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PVC, which stands for polyvinyl chloride (usually just referred to as vinyl), is a building material that possesses a number of qualities that make it a great choice for residential and commercial fencing.

Understanding the advantages of using PVC as a fencing material can help you figure out whether or not PVC is the right fit for your fencing needs.

3 Design And Security Considerations When Installing Exterior Access Gates At Your Facility

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Installing access gates at each of your facility’s driveways is a wise step toward achieving your business’s security goals. Exterior access gates come in many forms. You can choose from several secure methods to allow or deny entry to staff, visitors and intruders. The following three tips will help you choose the best access gates for your applications.

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