Monday, September 24, 2018

Fencing Replacement to Improve your Property

If your current fence is in poor shape and you've made plans to have it torn down and replaced, it's important that you start focusing your efforts on picking out a new fence that will continue to look fantastic in your yard as time goes on. If you're worried about durability with the new fencing, there are several things that you can look for to make sure that the fencing remains in the best condition possible in the years to come after the installation.

Keep the Climate in Mind

While choosing a new fence for your yard, it's important that you keep an eye out for fencing that fits the climate you live in. If you get a lot of rain or snow in your town, it may be best to avoid wood fencing unless it has been treated to be water-resistant.

Since different fencing materials can vary in how they react to the climate, it's vital that you look for fencing that will remain in the best condition even with the climate you live in.

Stick with a Neutral Style

When you want the new fencing to continue standing in your yard for a long time, it's important that you lean towards more neutral designs that won't go out of style. Vinyl fencing, as well as iron fencing, that is neutral in color and without any flashy designs can fit a variety of landscaping styles so that it won't need to be replaced any time soon.

Get Familiar with Upkeep

Understanding just how much effort is needed for maintaining the fence you choose can help you feel much better about the costs involved, as you'll be able to take the necessary precautions to extend the lifespan of your new fence.

With the above tips in mind, you should feel more at ease when it comes to starting the process of installing your new fence and keeping up the needed maintenance to ensure your money’s worth. If you have any questions at all, we encourage you to contact us here at Allstar Fence and Deck.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tips for Creating a Beautiful Fence

Putting some effort into the surroundings of your house can help improve its appearance quite a bit. You can give your house a fresh coat of paint, cultivate your front yard or back yard garden, and surround it all with a fence of your choosing. Not only is a fence a practical option to keep animals and people off your property, but it also makes an aesthetic addition to your home.

Using Multiple Colors vs. Using One Color

You can make your home seem more colorful by using multiple bright colors on your fence. Or you can keep things simple with a fence in just one color which matches with or simply compliments the color of your home.

The Red & White Spanish Look

The Spanish look is particularly attractive. In many sea-facing resorts in Spain, the houses and buildings are painted white with beautiful red poppies growing in niches along the walls. You can do the same with your fence. Paint it white and add a few pot holders with red flowers (or just colorful flowers, if that's what you prefer!) on the outside.

Decorating with Flowers: Simple but Stunning

Pots of flowers always make a home look very welcoming. They're a simple, inexpensive option for decorating your home but the effect can be quite stunning. Your fence will no longer look like it's only meant to keep intruders out, but will give off a welcoming effect for friends and family members.

Practical & Aesthetically Appealing Fences

So why not put a little effort into getting the right fence for your property? Go for something practical as well as aesthetically appealing. You have a number of different fence types to choose from, in terms of the material from which they're made. Some will last longer than others so it is important to do your homework and ask questions before committing to a material.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions and/or service needs that you may have. The team here at Allstar Fence and Deck would love to help you out!