This beautiful privacy fence was constructed in Nashville, TN. This fence has the custom arched top which adds to the beauty and stands apart from the common privacy fence look. Another enchancement is the stain, which is Sierra Brown.
Yes spring is finally here! It is time to get outdoors and start on all those projects you have anticipated doing all winter. Do you have a wood fence that needs some help in looking its best? Spring is the perfect time to have your wood fence stained and sealed. This not only protects your fence but gives it an enhanced beautiful look.
Maybe you have been dreaming of a new fence to secure your property or to give animals and children a safer play area. It's the perfect time to start the any new fence construction. Do you want a custom wood fence or would you prefer an elegant aluminum style fence? So many choices from wood, aluminum, chain link and vinyl -- each brings it's own character to make a beautiful addition to your home and outdoor living area.
Check out this beautiful wooden captop privacy fence with custom gates. The custom gates add just the right touch to make this fence stand out from all the neighbors. Adding custom touches like this will let you personalize your fence giving your property just the look you are going for.
First of all a high quality oil-based non-filming stain is the best defense to protect your wood fence. On a positive note, there are a few steps you can take during the winter months to ensure that your fence stays looking beautiful and in good shape.
* Start by cleaning your fence of leaves, pine needles or other material that has settled on the horizontal rails or become lodged between the vertical fence boards.
* Trim tall grass away from bottom of your fence and make sure there is space under the fence for run-off water to pass through.
* If you begin to notice mold or mildew growing on your fence boards promptly soak the area with a 50/50 solution of common household bleach and water. This will kill and remove any mildew and mold.
* If you notice large spaces washing out under the lower level of your fence from excessive melted snow run off or rain, fill the area in with larger rocks or gravel covered by topsoil and bird netting. This will stop the erosion.
Mold and Mildew clog the fibrous pores of the wood causing rot and decay. You have noticed wood fences that have gotten gray or dark in color. This is mold and mildew invading the pores of the wood.
Leaves, twigs, pine needles, i.e. organic material trap water and promote the growth of mold and mildew. Drainage is important at the bottom of the fence. Ground contact with boards will cause rot and bug infestation.
Summer is winding down and the family has recovered from the hetic summer of running to theme parks, beaches, and mountain get aways. The kids are finally back in school! Now is the perfect time to start planning that fence project. Aluminum, wood -- privacy, picket or rail, vinyl, chainlink -- so many choices. First, determine the main function of your new fence. Will it be for security, to keep people out and children or pets in? Do you really need privacy or do you enjoying being able to see the outer landscape surrounding your property? Do you have small or large dogs? Is a pool in your future for next summer? Lot's of questions to answer and then you can move forward to the planning stages. You may need a survey if you do not know where your property lines are located. Now would be the time to call in the fence professional -- Clean Cut Fence Co. A salesman will meet with you to determine the best fence for your needs. Measurements will be taken and number and size of gates will be finalized. Keep in mind if you have an HOA, you will need to submit your plans to the HOA for approval. Clean Cut Fence Co. will assist with any items needed by the HOA to ensure a prompt approval. Congratulations you are almost ready for your new fence! Give Clean Cut Fence Co. a call today and get the ball rolling on your Fall Fence Project.
Clean Cut Fence Company will be sponoring a fund raising event for St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. The event will take place on Saturday, Sept. 13, 2013 at the Wilson County Fairgrounds. Bring the kids out for a great time. There will be lots of vehicles to explore and a bake sale.
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