This spring has brought a lot of excitement to the Fence Armor team, from spreading the word of our product, to helping great people with their post protection!
There is more exciting news this spring that the Fence Armor team has to share with you!
DIY Custom Mailbox
Your home is a large investment and as a fellow homeowners, we know the importance of curb appeal. Often, the first thing people see is your mailbox post, so if it is in disrepair, we have a suggestion for a simple 4″ x 4″ styled mailbox post. It is a great project for the spring or summer and the finished product can be as detailed as you want it to be – let’s get into the materials!
NAFCA, along with Fence Armor a proud member, are honored to be a part of this years’ Victory Junction Fence Building Service Project. A huge thank you to the Petty Family for creating such a wonderful place for kids.
Privacy and why is it important?
Privacy is important for anyone or any family who is trying to manage life’s pressures. At home, people like to be able to relax, whether that be settling down for dinner or relaxing to watch a movie. Creating our own space for relaxation and play to share with family and friends will go a long way to reducing stress.
For many people, having a privacy fence can also be a deciding factor on which home to buy.
Like many things, there are different fences that offer different solutions:
What is to come?
Budget is a crucial factor in maintaining any HOA, as is keeping the property in tip-top shape. Lucky for them, there is a way to do both! Here are some ways to reduce maintenance costs without sacrificing looks.
What is aeration and why it is important?
Aeration is the movement of air between the soil and the atmosphere. It’s important to do this in the spring or fall when adequate moisture and proper soil temperatures are present. We aerate because soil compaction and grass thatch build up over time and it limits the amount of air reaching the soil and roots.
Brings New Life to Your Fence
So spring has sprung and we are getting ready to usher in the warmer weather. With that, our thoughts turn to our fences. If it’s started to look cracked, faded or is beginning to peel, then your wood fence is exposed. Protect it with a fresh coat of stain and finish it off with Fence Armor.
Here are some of the most commonly used stains when it comes to refinishing fences.
For Your Lawn Mower
Spring is the time to tune-up your mower. If you chose to have a professional do it, they should drain old gas and oil, replace the air filter and spark plug, sharpen the blade and run a diagnostic to ensure your mower is running in tip-top shape. This could cost you between $50 and $75. But, if you decide to do this yourself, here are some tips.