Building A Border For Your Equine Escape

Horses are born to roam. If you have ever seen wild horses galloping across a meadow, then you understand that the instinct to roam runs deep. Trying to keep your horses contained in a pasture can be tricky. You have to find a balance between a fence that will keep your horses contained and one that won't do damage to your horses should they run into it.  Vinyl Fencing Vinyl fence is an attractive option that can reduce maintenance in some ways.

Remove Small Rust Spots And Flakes Of Paint From An Iron Fence And Repaint Its Surface

If the iron fence that surrounds your backyard has small rust spots on its surface and paint is flaking off in several spots, remove the signs of damage by completing the project below. Once finished, add a couple coats of paint to the fence's surface that contains a rust inhibitor to prevent more damage from occurring. Materials garden hose emery cloth mixing stick bucket of soapy water handheld scrub brush masking tape tarps spray paint (with rust inhibitor) Remove Rust And Chipped Paint And Clean The Iron Surface

Tips For Those Installing A New Fence On Their Property

Installing a fence on your property can be an excellent way of protecting your property from unwanted trespassers or keeping pets safely on your property. Unfortunately, there are many factors that homeowners may overlook when it comes to installing a fence, and these oversights can lead to major problems later. If you are considering installing a fence, you should make sure that you use the following two tips to avoid making some common mistakes during this process.

3 Easy Ways To Protect Your PVC Fence Posts From Weed Whackers

Perhaps the most important difference between PVC and wood fencing is that PVC fences have far fewer natural and artificial enemies than wood. Being nearly impervious to things like wood and pests, it's easy to skip any and all protective measures for your vinyl fence. However, there are a couple of important, and preventable, things that can harm your vinyl fence, decreasing its stability, curb appeal, and value. One of the more common enemies of the PVC fence is your very own weed whacker, and a careless landscaper can really do a number on your fence if you don't protect it.