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Beautiful and Functional Garden Fences: A Fencing Blog

Welcome to my blog. I don't want to 'fence you in', but I hope you get comfortable and stay for a long time. Hi, my name is Kristina, and I love to garden. However, like most gardeners in Australia, I am always looking for new and innovative ways to keep deer and other pests out of my garden. Over the years, I have found a lot of fencing tricks and strategies. In this blog, I plan to share fencing advice and a few fun puns with you. I hope my posts help your garden to flourish and stay safe. Thanks for reading.

Latest Posts

How to Make Sure That Your White Picket Fence Is a Dream and Not a Nightmare
10 November 2017

The popular definition of success is to own your o

Custom Utility Trailer: Design Considerations for Ideal Strength
14 February 2017

The general structure of a utility trailer is simp

Four Tips for Making Cyclone Fences Hard to Climb
28 September 2016

Cyclone fences can be extremely functional and con

Five Tips for Attaching a Gate to a Stucco Fence
2 August 2016

If you've got a beautiful adobe, stucco or concret

The see-through protection of a wrought iron fence
28 March 2016

A wrought iron fence is a visual part of the lands

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How to Make Sure That Your White Picket Fence Is a Dream and Not a Nightmare

The popular definition of success is to own your own home surrounded by a garden and a "white picket fence" and many young people may have this picture in their mind's eye, as they dream about their future. However, you may already have arrived at that magical date and are the proud owner of your home and garden. All you need to do now is to install that picket fence, so how do you go about this? Read More 

Custom Utility Trailer: Design Considerations for Ideal Strength

The general structure of a utility trailer is simple. This construction consists of a flatbed that may include walls and a roof. There are more advanced variations that include features such as built-in ramps, special tops and even tailgates. However, the basic structure will determine the performance and durability of the trailer. If you are planning on acquiring a custom trailer, you must consider different factors, especially the structural strength. This is critical because utility trailers are primarily built to handle heavy loads. Read More 

Four Tips for Making Cyclone Fences Hard to Climb

Cyclone fences can be extremely functional and convenient. However, they can also be relatively easy to climb over. If you are worried about thieves, vandals, or even pets climbing over your cyclone fencing. There are steps you can take to deter that. Here are some ideas to consider: 1. Add privacy panels to the fencing. You can buy privacy panels for cyclone fencing. There are whole panels that snap to each section of your fence, and there are small canvas strips that you weave into the fencing. Read More 

Five Tips for Attaching a Gate to a Stucco Fence

If you've got a beautiful adobe, stucco or concrete fence, it's likely to stand the test of time. Unfortunately, however, you cannot attach a matching gate to this type of fence, as the material is too heavy to make a gate out of. However, you can attach a metal or wooden gate to the opening in your stucco fence. Here's what you need to keep in mind: 1. Choose a rustic fence. Read More 

The see-through protection of a wrought iron fence

A wrought iron fence is a visual part of the landscape that enhances the appearance of your yard. Just like any other standard fence, a wrought iron fence adds the element of privacy to your home, contains your pets, and keeps intruders out of your home. However, unlike other fences, a wrought iron fence offers unique benefits to your home. It provides your home with a sense of style and elegance. Read More