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Having the greenest, healthiest-looking lawn on the block is a coveted title for homeowners across the country. While there are many strategies for keeping your lawn in top shape, it is important not to overlook scalping as part of your annual care. Tom Poen, president of Weedex, Inc., in Dallas/Ft. Worth, offers his expertise on lawn scalping.
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A fence may seem like an uncomplicated structure, but building one comes with a unique list of concerns. According to John Belli, president of Tru-Link Fence in the Chicagoland area, many of these issues relate to the initial stages of fence construction projects, when homeowners are choosing a site for their fence and selecting materials.
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Discussed in Part 1 of our blog, automated gate systems are available in a variety of styles and constructions to suit your security needs. The second installment of this blog looks at how gates can help protect other important members and areas of your home.
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Few images capture the essence of the classic American home quite like the white picket fence. However, today’s homes feature a wide variety of fence constructions built to increase the privacy, security, beauty, and value of your home.
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Fences have long been regarded as a great way to maintain peace between neighbors. Having a fence not only provides a clear boundary around your property, but it protects your family and home from outsiders as well.
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Proper cleanings are an essential component of fence maintenance, discussed in Part 1 of our blog. But, there are additional treatments that can both reduce the amount of necessary cleanings you will have to perform and increase the lifespan of your fence.
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Many homeowners choose a wood fence over other materials because the classic look of a wood fence is hard to beat. However, over time the elements can dull a wood fence’s appearance and leave it looking worse for wear.
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