Spring has sprung, and it’s time to get to work! If you’ve been looking to install or replace the fencing in your yard, we’ve got plenty of styles and materials for a long-lasting, high-quality, great-looking fence that your neighbors will envy for years to come. Convex A decorate style of fencing, the panels are built close and tight with convex arching running from post to post. Not only does it provide plenty of privacy, but it looks great! Lattice Decorative and beautiful, lattice-work can be done for the entire fence if privacy is not an issue for your yard. If..
By now, you’ve surely noticed that the days are getting longer. Spring is just around the corner, and with it, there’ll be bluer skies, warmer weather and a return to the outdoor work! We personally can’t wait. And to help you get ready for the warmer days, we’ve got some advice for your outdoor landscaping. With just a little maintenance here and there, you’ll save yourself time, money and effort in the long run. Big repair projects are no fun for anyone. Tend to Your Trees and Shrubs Soon, the trees and shrubs will be putting out new leaves and..
With winter truly settling in on us here in Milwaukee, it can be a rough time for your outdoor fencing and structures. The accumulation of snow can damage wood with its weight, and when it melts then refreezes, it can wreak some real havoc. In previous articles, we’ve mentioned some tips for Winter Care for your Pergola and How to Protect Your Fence in Winter. Gazebo owners need to take heed too! Just like your fence or pergola, a gazebo needs maintenance during the harsh, winter months. Apply Water Sealant While vinyl gazebos don’t need much..