Protecting Your Garden

Protecting Your Garden

  • Caring For A Wooden Fence

    The basic purpose of a fence is to mark a boundary, but a fence can do much more than that. Fences can also add beauty to your home and provide privacy by walling off your yard from wandering eyes. Wood is a durable, beautiful fencing material that can accomplish all of these purposes, but in order to get the most life from a wooden fence, you need to make sure that you properly maintain it.

  • 3 Rules To Follow When Near A Fire Hydrant

    It is important for everyone to know the importance of a hire hydrant and the very simple rules that should be followed when there is one nearby. Make sure that you are freshening up on what you should know about fire hydrants so you can always act in the proper manner when around one that is on your property or where you work. Watch Where You Park Whether the fire hydrant is on the street corner or at the edge of your yard, it is important to remember to never park in front of or right next to one.

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    Protecting Your Garden

    I grew up in a rural community. My parents always planted a vegetable garden each year. Unfortunately, they didn’t protect this garden from wildlife. Therefore, deer often consumed much of my family’s crop. If you’re contemplating planting your first vegetable garden this year, you can prevent this misfortune from happening to you. Thankfully, a good fence can keep deer and other wildlife out of your garden. If you’re unfamiliar with how to install a fence, contact a reputable fence contractor. This individual can install a fence that will meet your specific needs. On this blog, you will discover the best types of fence to install around a vegetable garden.