When it comes to your yard, a fence is an important amenity that helps mark your property and keep a degree of privacy. The truth is that a fence is what makes your yard feel like a little slice of home. However, at the same time, fences are often one of the less attractive parts of a yard. It doesn’t have to be this way, though. There are ways that …Read More
Often, people think of building a fence in their yard as a bit of a DIY project; certainly nothing that needs to go through the same hoops as, say, a house or even a garage. However, the truth is that fences are structures that sometimes require a certain level of regulation. Depending on where you live, you might need to get a permit from the local government before you begin …Read More
Maintaining your fence is essential for keeping your property looking great, and fortunately the types of fences that we install at homes across Utah make for very low maintenance. But even with low maintenance fencing materials, there are a few things that you should keep in mind if you want your fence to continue looking great for longer. Here are some tips for cleaning and maintaining your fence, by material.
Choosing the right type of fencing for your home and property can be difficult, and every homeowner has a unique set of needs when it comes to fencing in their property. Which fencing material best suits your own needs as a homeowner? Here is a look at different personality traits you might exhibit as a homeowner—and at the types of fencing that correspond to each personality trait.
Have you ever been to a wedding reception held in someone’s back yard? Did you find yourself envying the elegant landscaping, the ease of the design, the beautifully trimmed shrubberies and photo-ready hardscaping? Well, there are a few things you can do to make YOUR yard the hosting hub that you’ve always dreamed of. Having a beautiful yard is like having a great joke; you want to share it with …Read More
Installing a fence raises the value and quality of your home. It defines your space, creates privacy for your home, and makes your yard a safer, more fun place to be in. However, installing a fence can be a bigger undertaking than many people think. Here are some considerations you’ll want to think about before you start:
You may think that your yard isn’t the type that can accommodate a garden. Maybe the soil is rocky and leached of nutrition, maybe there are pests, and encroaching weeds. Maybe a garden seems like too much of an undertaking, or you worry about the technicalities of irrigation.
Now that summer is in full swing, it’s time to scrub up the old grill and have some friends over. Here are some ideas for making a memorable backyard barbecue party that your friends and neighbors will love.
You love your dog, but you hate when he gets out of the yard. He might go wandering around the neighborhood, harassing other dogs, animals, and children. And he might get lost!
Let us paint a picture for you: a cool summer night breeze flows over your bare feet, carelessly dangling out of a hammock. Your family is gathered together outside on benches and chairs, eating snacks and having drinks after dinner while crickets serenade you in the background.