Rustic Fence Blog

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How to Stain a Fence

When you stain your fence, you want to make sure that you do it right. Fortunately, all it takes are a few simple steps and careful attention to make sure that your wood fence is stained correctly. Here are the steps for how to stain a fence: 1. Check the Weather To make sure that […]

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How to Clean a Wood Fence

Wood fences accumulate grime and dirt over time, which can be unsightly and also degrade the integrity of the fence. Fortunately, whether you want to use a power washer or clean it by hand, there are some simple steps you can take to wash off the dirt and scrub off other grime. Here’s how to […]

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What can Damage my Fencing?

When you get a new fence, it can be quite a joy to admire. But this appreciation may dwindle if your fence starts to show signs of wear and tear. If your fence is very old, this wear and tear may be inevitable; but if it is fairly new, then your fence breaking down early […]

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What Type of Fencing Lasts the Longest?

Looking to have new fencing installed on your property? If so, then you’re probably wondering what type of fencing material is best for your needs. Of course, there are a number of factors to take into consideration for your fencing project, including: your budget your style primary function (privacy, curb appeal, pet containment, etc.) Regardless of these […]

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How do I Maintain my Iron Fence?

The main steps for maintaining an iron fence involve damage prevention, regular inspections, regular cleanings, and rust removal. Iron fence maintenance is important if you want to prevent your fence from bending, warping, breaking, lowering your property value, or accumulating rust. Fortunately, iron fencing is fairly easy to care for. Here is how to maintain […]

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Choosing the Best Livestock Fencing

Choosing the right ranch fencing material and style can help significantly reduce the loss of livestock by ensuring that cows, horses, hogs and other animals can’t jump over, dig under, or destroy a fence. The right farm fencing can also keep predators and unwanted visitors out. Take the time to familiarize yourself with fence types and livestock […]

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