Ranchers: Tips for Preserving Migratory Corridors and Passageways for Endangered Animals

Posted on: 2 September 2015

If you are concerned about wild animals and want to do whatever you can to preserve their natural habitat or way of life, you should think about them as you buy fences and gates for your ranch. You can fence in a large field or paddock on your ranch without hurting local wildlife in any way. First, however, you have to investigate these elements before putting up your fence and gates: [Read More]

4 Ways to Protect Your Timber Fence From Termite Damage

Posted on: 22 July 2015

In Australia, termite populations are an unavoidable reality, especially the further north you live. But despite much of Australia's climate being conducive to allow termites to thrive, it doesn't mean that you need to experience termite-related damage — particularly in timber around the home. Despite the fact that wooden fences are one of the most popular fencing options on the market for their natural looks, durability and affordability, if the proper precautions are not taken they can be susceptible to termite damage. [Read More]

Easy Tips for Fence Repair and Maintenance

Posted on: 16 July 2015

It is no secret that fences offer your home a huge number of benefits. They offer privacy and security for you and your family, while also adding to the overall appeal of your house. In order to maintain its aesthetic value and functionality, however, you need to take care of it regularly. Here are some easy fence repair and maintenance tips that you can do right now in order to increase the longevity of your fence: [Read More]

Tips on Choosing Timber Fencing

Posted on: 7 July 2015

Because each type of fencing comes with its own benefits, it might be quite tricky for you to choose the one that best fits your style and needs. If you are interested in a durable and classy solution, then timber is the material for you. Timber can also be classy under the right circumstances, and most timber solutions also have basic anti allergen properties which can prevent bacteria from forming on it. [Read More]