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A Quick Guide to Chain Link Fences

A Quick Guide to Chain Link Fences

A chain link fence may not be the most attractive type of fencing that you can use for your property. However, it does offer a variety of benefits that you shouldn’t dismiss. Chain link fences are quite sturdy and they can last for decades requiring little or no...
3 Tips for Installing Privacy Fences

3 Tips for Installing Privacy Fences

A green, lush garden landscape transforms any outdoor space into a beautiful oasis. However, there is one factor that you need to consider when crafting this exterior part of your home — fencing. Although it may seem like a quick and simple project, installing privacy...
A Quick Guide to Picking the Right Fence for Your Yard

A Quick Guide to Picking the Right Fence for Your Yard

Aside from keeping people out of your yard, the fence is also there to complete the look of your home. According to yard and roofing experts, picking the right fence will have a big effect on your property’s curb appeal. With so many options available, how do you know...
5 Benefits of Aluminum Fencing

5 Benefits of Aluminum Fencing

If you’re looking for fencing material other than traditional wood and wrought iron, aluminum is a great option. In this blog, local fencing and roofing company DryTech Roofing LLC shares the benefits of aluminum fencing.   1. Versatility —...
What Are the Benefits of Vinyl Fencing?

What Are the Benefits of Vinyl Fencing?

If you’re exploring options for your fencing project, one material that has probably caught your attention is vinyl. In this post, DryTech Roofing LLC, a trusted provider of vinyl fencing and James Hardie siding, discusses four benefits of vinyl fencing....
How Wide Should Fence Gaps Be?

How Wide Should Fence Gaps Be?

Building a privacy fence involves a number of choices that you have to make. Some of these decisions are up to you. Meanwhile, others are more objective and should follow local regulations or industry standards. For instance, the standard height for wood privacy...