Garden Design Magazine shares the 10 important trends shaping the gardening world in 2019. From low-maintenance yards to creating a focal point, and including private, secluded places, these trends will elevate your home landscape and increase your property value to boot.
Rainy weather can take a huge toll on wooden structures, but with Bufftech vinyl you won’t ever have to worry about the condition of your fence during a long, wet winter. With recent trends showing rainfall increasing in the Northeast, we can take a lesson from our neighbors in the Pacific Northwest and choose Bufftech vinyl fence for beautiful, low-maintenance borders that will last.
What’s the difference between a post-hole auger and a post-hole digger? (Hint: one may make your life much easier!) In this article from The Spruce, learn what basic tools are commonly used for fence building -- many of which you may already have in your shed or garage.
The distinct seasons of the Northeast’s climate supports a landscape adapted to cold, snowy winters and warm to hot, humid summers. But a changing climate with less distinct seasons is altering our ecosystems in dramatic ways that will affect us all. The recent dominant trend in the Northeast has been towards an increase in rainfall intensity, with milder winters and earlier spring conditions. Read this executive summary to learn more about the risks posed by climate change, and to stay informed about how seasonal changes will affect when and how fence gets installed. To read the full report, visit https://nca2018.globalchange.gov/
If you have a leaning fence on your property, there are a few factors that come into play when deciding whether to fix it or ditch it entirely. This article lays out some sound advice on how to assess your leaning fence and decide whether you can repair or replace it.