Winter will be here soon, and anyone living in the Bay Area knows, some heavy storms will come with it. Is your property prepared? In this post, we’ll go over some key things you need to keep in mind to stay safe and secure this winter.
It's important to know fence height regulations in your area, as there are consequences for failing to follow these rules. In this post, our senior sales expert, Kevin, goes over everything you need to know about fence height.
If your fence is along uneven terrain, you might need an integrated retaining wall. A retaining wall is used to keep soil back if there’s a difference in height between yards, or other cases of uneven terrain. In this post, we’ll go into more detail about what retaining walls are and the different options available.
If you’re getting a new redwood fence, you may have noticed that there are different “grades” of redwood that you can choose from. In this post, we’ll go over the different grades of redwood that we offer, which includes Con Common, Con Heart, and Clear Heart.
A wood fence is made up of a few different parts and it’s helpful to know what they are. To help you understand the terms used in your fence quote we’ve created a list of some common fence terms and an explanation of what they mean.
One of the easiest ways to add decorative elements and more curb appeal to a fence is an additional lattice top. Typically, a lattice will be used with a picture-frame style fence and will be 1-2 feet in height, depending on your preference. Here are 5 lattice style ideas you could use for your fence.
Any pavement project consists of several components. Base material is one of the most important. Without a sturdy base, your new driveway won’t last as long. In this post, we’ll go over the importance of base material and professional installation when it comes to pavement projects.
When it comes to installing a fence, some people think it’s a good idea to do it themselves. Whether it’s the pride of doing it on your own or the idea of not having to pay for the labor, it can seem like a tempting idea. However, there are a few pitfalls that can lead to many regretting the decision in the long run.
If you’re looking to get a new fence in California, it’s important to know about the laws surrounding fences and home improvement projects. Our post will go over some important things to keep in mind.
Many people assume the best time to get a fence installed would be during the spring and summer months. But believe it or not, there are actually much more benefits to do your fence installation in the winter! In this post, our construction manager, Matthew, goes over three reasons why you should consider getting your fence installed during winter.
Natural elements, like sun and rain, can wear down a fence overtime. This will slowly make the wood turn grey and splintered. But with proper upkeep, you can help extend the life of your fence and improve its look. That’s why it’s a good idea to wash your fence on a regular basis. We’ll teach you the basic do’s and don’ts of washing your fence, so you’ll be able to have your fence looking new again.
Staining is a great way to extend the lifespan of your fence as well as help protect it from the elements. Fence stain can be semi-transparent, or solid color. This is a simple DIY project that most homeowners can consider if they have the time.
There’s a multitude of options when it comes to fences. If privacy is what you’re looking for, you’ll want a fence that has slats or boards that are close together to fully enclose your backyard. Here are some potential choices to help improve the privacy of your yard.
Because wood fences are susceptible to environmental wear over time, it’s important to know some basic repairs you can do yourself to extend its lifespan. This can range from repairing basic surface damage, replacing boards, or adding extra support to a post.
Wood fences are a common choice by homeowners due to their affordability and natural appearance. However, as a natural material, wood is susceptible to rot, insect infestation, and general environmental wear over time. Issues such as small cracks can typically be taken care of easily. In the event of larger issues, such as sagging or warping, complete replacement should be considered. In this post we’ll discuss common issues, maintaining your fence, and when to replace it.
Interested in installing a garden fence on your own? Using completed panels will make the job easier and give the final result a uniform appearance. By following these steps you’ll know how to build a new fence for your garden. Note that it’ll be difficult to do this alone, and this is a job best done with at least one other person.