Adding a security gate to your property is a smarter investment than you might realize. Here’s a breakdown of the main reasons you should consider having one installed.
When it comes to executing a proper fence installation, a perfectly level ground is ideal. However, many people’s yards have some sort of slope or hill. Thankfully, you don’t have to level your entire property just to gain a boost in security and privacy. At Eastern Fence, we install fences on all sorts of terrain.
The classic beauty of a wood fence surrounding your home is hard to beat. Sadly, these fences are vulnerable to the extreme weather we’re prone to here in Eastern Canada. While a wooden fence will eventually need replacement, proper maintenance can help make it last a long time.
Are you looking for a new fence but are tired of dealing with all the hassle that comes with wood fencing? Why not consider a vinyl fence? First introduced in the 1980s, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is becoming a very popular material in the fencing industry because it’s more durable and longer lasting than wood while requiring virtually no upkeep. Here are some of the advantages of erecting PVC fences.
When it comes time to replace a fence, some people think about doing it themselves—that, or they’re tempted to save a bit of money by hiring an unprofessional labourer. However, here are five reasons why this job is best left to fencing contractors.
Weighing the options for your fence replacement? How does inexpensive, elegant and hassle-free sound? With a chain link fence, you can check all these boxes—and a number of others. Here are the pros to getting a chain link fence, as well as the factors to keep in mind when choosing a company for your fence installation.
From the estimator ensuring that the measurements and details are correct, to the installers following through on the plan with quality workmanship — no 2 custom fence projects are ever the same. For this pool fence project, completed in 2015, the customer had a number of specific design…
Wood fence is not typically maintenance free, but there’s a huge difference between a coat of water sealer (or stain) every few years and having to replace posts. Due to our harsh winters, post heave due to frost has always been a concern when constructing wood fence to last in the Maritimes.