New Year, New Commercial Fence

How to plan ahead for a fence that fits your company’s needs and budget. Whether you're ending the year with a surplus, or starting a new yearly budget come January, now is the time to square away those big business projects and finalize your annual budget. Between new

Who Owns The Fence Between Two Houses in Texas?

Who Owns The Fence Your Guide To Sharing a Fence One of the most frequently asked questions we get from homeowners who want to buy a new fence that borders their neighbor’s property is, “Which side of the fence do I own?”. Understandably, those who are about to

Happy Thanksgiving from Texas Fence

Looking Back on all We Have to be Grateful for in 2016 2016 has been a year of financial and personal growth for Texas Fence. We grew as a company,  re-branded, received awards and recognition, had the pleasure of meeting the orphans we help on behalf of Coreluv,

Loving Our Global Neighbors

Texas Fence’s Trip to Haiti with CoreLuv CoreLuv is a nonprofit organization that builds orphanages and creates community outreach and medical programs in Haiti. When we first found out about CoreLuv and the amazing, hands-on work they’re doing for orphans in Haiti, we were moved. CoreLuv’s dedication to

Master Your Domain: Your Backyard

Your home is more than just a building to store your stuff and sleep in. It’s your property: the place where you lay your head to rest each night. But home is more than just the place where you sleep or enjoy the big game. It’s your yard,

Fences Rooted In Pop Culture

Fences What do Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Meryl Streep have in common? None of them are fences. I’ve done all the research, and you can not find a picket between the three of them. Joking aside, fences have always been a part of popular culture, hanging out

Fence Fixer Uppers

How to Solve the Three Most Common Fence Problems Your fence will endure a lot during its lifetime: rain, animals, kids playing sports and exploring the neighborhood- so it’s normal for annoyances ranging from broken pickets to troublesome gates to occur. But some problems may be too severe

Plan Before You put up those Pickets

Considerations For Building Your Fence Building a fence is a rewarding, practical project, but the proper precautions and planning need to be taken into account before you select your lumber or dig any holes. It takes a lot of work to get a fence up, and the last thing

Get to Know your Lumber Grades

Lumber Grades How Lumber is Graded & What it Means for Your Fence All lumber- wood that’s been manufactured into boards and planks for construction- is graded on a scale of Clear (0) to 3. The lumber manufacturing process first became standardized in 1924 with the publication of

Texas Fence Buyer’s Guide | Western Red Cedar Fences part II

In our last blog post, we covered why Western Red Cedar wood is the ideal wood for Texas Fences. But before you get your Western Red Cedar fence installed, you should know about the construction and maintenance procedures that will keep your Western Red Cedar fence alive and well