What Customer Service Means To Fence Armor

Providing premium post protection along with excellent customer care is our primary focus here at Fence Armor. We take pride in hearing and reading the recent reviews from customers just like you. Offering a high level of customer support with quick response time to individual questions and helping solve each unique issue is part of the Fence Armor experience. We are in the business of building stable and trusted, long-lasting relationships. Continue reading “What Customer Service Means To Fence Armor”

Did Fence Armor Survive The Fire?

As some of you may or may not know, last year we were on the Battle Episode of Dragons’ Den.

In the time prior to the episode, we released a blog (which you can read here: goo.gl/MHjsxC) about our upcoming episode. We left you with many unanswered questions and today we are here to answer them.

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Where’s The Beef?

What do Fence Armor and Roast Beef have in common? They both satisfy a need you sometimes don’t realize you have. Fence Armor prides itself in being able to stand against any competitor because of its easy installation, strong design and the added beauty it offers the post; so let’s make a big beef about Fence Armor.

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Tackling Your Biggest Projects With Fence Armor

There are so many reasons why bigger is better and big projects are no different.

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Fence Armor Tackles Big Project with Indy’s Finest Fence

A couple of years ago Danny Hockett, the owner/general manager of the Indianapolis Car Exchange, an independently-owned wholesale re-marketing auction reached out to Indy’s Finest Fence to undertake a project for him. He wanted to add 3 miles of additional fence line to the already existing mile on the property. The  next step was to ensure the protection of the new and existing posts. Lucky for Danny, Rocky Morton from Indy’s Finest Fence had recently seen an ad for Fence Armor; the best defence for your fence.

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Winter Fence Maintenance To Prepare Your Fence For Spring!

It looks as if we are in store for a cold February, so no early Spring…yet.

Here are some helpful maintenance tips that you can do today to prepare your fence for the remainder of winter and have it ready to welcome spring with open arms! Continue reading “Winter Fence Maintenance To Prepare Your Fence For Spring!”

How To Install Fence Armor

Are you too busy to even think about installing Fence Armor? We are here to share with you just how easy it can be.

If you have a minute, you have time to install Fence Armor!

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The Big Question: Why Protect Your Fence With Fence Armor?

Do you have a fence at home? Have you noticed that the bottom of the fence posts are damaged from your grass trimmer and other lawn care equipment? You may think to yourself “This is unavoidable, I have to maintain my lawn”. Fortunately for you and your fence, it is avoidable!

Fence Armor products is your solution to protect one of your biggest investments of your home, while saving you both money and the environment.

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Protecting Your Fence Posts, and the Environment

A large part of what makes fences a pleasant sight is the state of the environment surrounding it. Along with saving fence posts from harmful and indecorous gashes and gouges, we at Fence Armor are also dedicated to preserving our beautiful Earth. Other products meant to prevent grass trimmer damage often involve non-recyclable plastics, or even herbicides. That’s why Fence Armor is made of galvanized steel, bar none, one of the most recyclable materials in the world. It’s even packaged in recyclable cardboard boxes and paper packaging! Continue reading “Protecting Your Fence Posts, and the Environment”