YES you do!!! LOL I was looking at the pics and wondered what kind of puppy it was!need to start a thread about him in the Coffee Bar)
The bigger the fenced area the better with the puppy! Have you been potty training to the back corner of the lot? If not let me know and I will tell you how to do it.I'm hoping the fence can go on the back of the lot,
I thought about putting ivy on a wood fence if we built one. Not certain about it though. Would certainly look a lot nicer than a plain old fence IMO. Also thought about using the fence as a support for grapes. You know, for more wine. Cause all those fruit trees won't be enough.It was rough cedar planks. Planks were on oposing sides of the 2x4s. To make it look less like a fence, they planted Engleman Ivy in various locations and let it spread. Over 50+ years, they only had to replace a few of the 4x4s due to rot.
While pretty, ivy quickly grows so thick it will back out any sunlight from the fence and retain all that moisture. It will greatly increase the aging/ rotting process and cause the fence to fail many years early from the weight of a wall of ivy, which is much more than most people realize.I thought about putting ivy on a wood fence if we built one. Not certain about it though. Would certainly look a lot nicer than a plain old fence IMO
BUT that sand has been there for a good, long time so should be solid by now. I wonder how deep it is? So long as you use large stepping stones under the upright I think you should be okay.there is sand underneath.
Just make sure to make it big enough to hold two loungers and a table it will all be good!build a partial deck off the right side of the pool.
Good idea!!put in a utility marking request for the entire backyard
Smart move there!My guess is that the line of bushes will come down
I did fences for a while inbetween careers with a friends company. He would get far superior product shipped down from Canada both with less knots/warp and thicker too. But each panel was 2-3x the Home Depot price that everybody saw out front. It’s sounds like your fence guy is shipping in the better stuff too. Ask him for the specifics of it’s not too late. (Thickness and clarity). It’s like everything else, pay once for better stuff, or replace it more often.I thought about cedar fence panels but the ones from both Menard's and Home Depot had bad reviews. Lots of people saying saying there were tons of warped and unusable panels