Head for the Hills!

Installing a fence is tricky work on its own, but building on a sloped or hilly surface presents additional challenges to contractors and workers. A yard may appear flat, but most people’s property has some degree of hills and valleys – and even if they are very slight, they still affect the way your fence […]

Here’s Some Reinforcement

Are your privacy fence posts starting to sag a little? A weathered fence compromises its ability to do its job – provide you and your family with privacy! As long as the posts themselves are still in good shape, you can add some reinforcement to put the fence back standing up straight and sturdy. All […]

How Well Do You Know Your Fencing Terms?

When your fencing contractor is talking with you about the installation and repair process, does it sound like he is speaking another language? With all the different elements that go into your fence, it’s no surprise you may get lost from time to time. Keep up every step of the way with this helpful glossary: […]

Good Fences Make Good Neighbors

Here are some shots of a custom cedar wood privacy fence.  This style of fence is built in between posts.  It looks the same on both sides and is sure to please your neighbor.  The fence is accentuated by optional post caps.    

Vinyl Fencing – Repair or Replace?

Vinyl fencing is an attractive and low-maintenance solution for residences and commercial real estate alike, as it is resistant to insect and weather damage. As great as they can look when in pristine condition, slight discoloration and a lean or slant can make vinyl fences quickly look unkempt and unappealing. While you can purchase your […]

Macatawa Legends Revival

Here are some pictures of our part in the revival of the Macatawa Legends project in Holland, Michigan. You can read about it at the below link: http://www.mlive.com/business/west-michigan/index.ssf/2013/05/eastbrook_homes_leads_macatawa.html