Yearly Archives: 2014


Split Rail Fence: NJ’s Favorite Fencing Designs

The Split Rail Fence design/materials have recently seen a resurgence in popularity over the past fifteen years. Why? Good question! We have been trying to figure that out for a while. Our gut tells us that homeowners are opting for split rail fences because they compliment older, more traditional homes (which are starting to see a comeback as well).

The simplicity and natural look of a wooden split rail fences are timeless. Maybe they remind us of a time when life was simpler. Whatever the reason for the rise in popularity of split rail fences, you are sure to see at least one the next time you drive down a residential neighborhood.… [CLICK TO READ MORE]


Vinyl Fencing: How To Choose The Best Style

Thinking about having a vinyl fence installed on your property? Smart choice!

Vinyl fencing has become, by far, one of those most popular styles of fence in the New Jersey area. Why? Because it’s the best of everything. Vinyl is cheap to produce because it’s a plastic, it is fairly strong and it’s virtually maintenance free. Even if it does get damaged, it can be replaced very fast!

In fact, at a fence industry expo, we were introduced to a 3D printer specifically for vinyl fence parts. That means if your fence was damaged, we could easily scan the broken part and “print” a new one for you in a matter of minutes!… [CLICK TO READ MORE]


Split Rail Fence Styles

Split rail fences are a beautiful, traditional way to border your property.

Many people don’t know of the different styles that split rail fences come in. Below you will see the various different ways that this type of fence can be installed…

 

 

 

 

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How To Maintain Your Newly Installed Wood Fence 1

wood-fence-nj-2Installing a wood fence is a good way to give a business or home a well-defined, elegant border. It’s also good for keeping kids within your property and pesky varmints out. It also changes the look of the house. However, without the proper maintenance, your wood fence can start to rot and decay. This is because wood is an organic material (unlike vinyl or aluminum). Today we are going to show you how to keep your wood fence in pristine condition and last a lifetime!

Wood fences are usually made of cedar. This is because cedar is a tough wood that is more resistant to rotting than any other type.… [CLICK TO READ MORE]


Fence Installation NJ Permits

Building codes and local zoning ordinances may restrict ones fence installation, both in regards to height and design. No one “likes” zoning laws, but a lot of the restrictions (in these types of situations) are smart.

For instance, fencing using a corner lot should not be high enough to obscure drivers’ views at the intersection of the two roads your property abuts. Obviously, this would create a safety threat.

Here are a few other matters to check on prior to be able to fence setting up:

  • In some locales, you will need to obtain the building permit prior to the fence setting up.
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