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Sunday, 21 February 2016 / Published in Know-How
chainlink fence
A chain-link fence offers a sense of security. Whether you use it to keep pets in the yard or so your children can play freely outdoors, keeping it well maintained helps to increase its lifespan. Chain-link fences may rust over time. Not only is rust unsightly on the fence, it can continue to spread if
Thursday, 07 January 2016 / Published in Know-How
welded fence panel
A field fence, also known as woven wire, provides secure fencing for many types of livestock. Field fence is mesh of horizontal and vertical wires. A welded wire looks similar with horizontal and vertical wires. The difference is in the methods used to connect the vertical and horizontal wires. Farmers commonly use field fence in
Saturday, 21 November 2015 / Published in Know-How
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Wednesday, 07 October 2015 / Published in Know-How
The depth of your post holes–and how well the posts are anchored–are the most important factors in the stability of your fence. If you do not get the post holes deep enough there is a greater potential that your fence can be blown over. Before digging your fence post holes, call 8-1-1, the national Call-Before-You-Dig
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