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How to seal and stain a new fence

How to seal and stain a new fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-27Views:130

A new wooden fence adds privacy and protection to your yard. New wood is vulnerable to the elements and must be protected. Treated wood used in fencing is somewhat less susceptible, but even treated wood requires protection when confronted by long-te[More]

How to stain a new fence

How to stain a new fence

Category:FoodRelease time:2015-02-21Views:130

A new wooden fence is an attractive addition to any garden. Unfortunately, the natural beauty of the wood will fade if left untreated, and in a year or two the fence will look old and unkempt. Applying a waterproof stain can help even out any imperfe[More]

How to Paint & Seal a Wooden Fence

How to Paint & Seal a Wooden Fence

Category:LifestyleRelease time:2014-08-16Views:130

Over time, harsh weather conditions will cause wooden fences to deteriorate and turn grey. Preserve your fence's longevity and overall appearance by coating it with paint and a sealer. However, before you begin, know how to prepare the wood to accept[More]

How to Seal a Fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-11-17Views:130

A wooden fence can add a finishing touch to your landscaping and give your yard a new look. You should seal wooden fences with a waterproof sealant so that the wood panels and posts age and rot over the years. If you care for your fencing by applying[More]

How to apply water seal to a wooden fence

How to apply water seal to a wooden fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-03-05Views:130

Water sealing a wooden fence is an easy way to make your home more attractive. A fence that has had water seal applied will look better and last longer than an unprotected fence. Even pressure treated wooden fences can benefit from being water sealed[More]

How to remove green stuff from a wooden fence

How to remove green stuff from a wooden fence

Category:FoodRelease time:2013-01-03Views:130

Fences can add a sense of privacy to your property. They can also provide safety for pets and small children by creating a secure environment. A fence installed in an area that receives no sunlight can begin to develop an unsightly green coating in s[More]

How to Replace a Rotted Fence Post

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-03-05Views:130

Your fence post is a vital part of your fence structure. Even one post failing can compromise the fence and damage it. All wood eventually rots, so even if your posts are in great shape today, check them periodically to see if any need replacement du[More]

How to Preserve a Fence

How to Preserve a Fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-04-12Views:130

Keep your fence looking new with a preservative. Whether the fence has just been installed or been around for a while with a grey, weathered look, apply a preservative every few years to keep it looking fresh. Products on the market can seal, waterpr[More]

Post and Rail Fence Installation

Post and Rail Fence Installation

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-01-18Views:130

Post and rail fences are basic and adaptable. They were first fabricated during the "enclosures" of pre-industrial Britain. Today, they enclose humble pastures, surround historic sites and line the straight roads of horse country. They are variously[More]

How to preserve fence posts

How to preserve fence posts

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-05-31Views:130

If not properly sealed, wood fence posts will quickly suffer the repercussions of moisture and sun damage. Preserve your wood fence posts by treating them with an exterior wood seal and waterproofer. Choose either transparent wood seal to maintain th[More]

How to Protect a Garden Fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-09-02Views:130

Fences keep children and pets in the yard. They can also add a decorative element while defining your property line. However, wood fences do require some maintenance. As soon as your new fence is installed, you should take steps to protect it and pro[More]

Weathered Fence Board Projects

Weathered Fence Board Projects

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-11-12Views:130

Those weathered fence boards may look like a pile of kindling to some, but you see the potential for a decorative, practical project. Both practical and decorative items can be made out of weathered fence boards. With a few simple tools, possibly a s[More]

How to Repair Fences on "Zoo Tycoon 2"

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-01-14Views:130

In order to run a successful animal habitat in the "Zoo Tycoon 2" computer game, you need to keep your animals fenced in. While fences do not deteriorate in the game, you do need to repair fences that are broken during the game's earthquake scenario.[More]

Timber fencing ideas

Timber fencing ideas

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-02-12Views:130

Whether you already have a timber fence or looking to add one, a timber fence can add a bit of modern or rustic appeal to your property, depending on how it's decorated. Timber fences are fences that are made of wood, and the style of timber fencing[More]

How to install wooden fencing on a concrete block

How to install wooden fencing on a concrete block

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-02-23Views:130

There are many reasons to build a wood fence. Among these are aesthetics, privacy, durability and cost. Fences are great for keeping people out while keeping children and pets in. You can attractively block undesirable views with a wood fence, or cre[More]

How to Clean & Seal Terracotta Floor Tiles

How to Clean & Seal Terracotta Floor Tiles

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-19Views:130

It is important to seal terracotta tiles and clean them regularly to extend the life of your floor and protect its appearance. Existing floors are probably already sealed, but new floors should be sealed right after they are laid. Terracotta tiles ca[More]

Rules for Wood Fencing

Rules for Wood Fencing

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-07-02Views:130

Wooden fences give a home a natural look and also can serve the role of keeping people and animals out of a yard. However, before erecting a wooden fence, homeowners should take into consideration both their neighbours' preferences and also the laws[More]

DuPont Grout Sealer Instructions

DuPont Grout Sealer Instructions

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-07-14Views:130

DuPont grout sealer is a water-based product that protects the grout around natural stone, ceramic and porcelain tiles. The sealer can be used for both indoor and outdoor tile, and protects from oil-, water-, and dirt based stains. Always apply the s[More]

Fancy deck fence ideas

Fancy deck fence ideas

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-08-03Views:130

A deck is often a popular home addition, and with many decks built off the ground fencing the deck's perimeter is necessary. However, no matter your budget you are not limited to a traditional fence. There are many fencing styles that add elegance an[More]

How to build an 8-foot wood fence

How to build an 8-foot wood fence

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-09-14Views:130

Over the years, your home's wood fence may rot, crack or become discoloured. When the appearance and utility of your fence becomes degraded, you can pay a contractor to build a new wood fence or you can save some money by building the new fence yours[More]

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