Home Improvement Expert Danny Lipford

Fencing

How to Clean and Maintain a Wood Fence

How to Clean and Maintain a Wood Fence
Watch this video for tips on how to clean and stain a wood fence in your yard to keep it looking good and protect the wood from damage caused by the weather and the sun.
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How to Build a Fence on a Slope

How to Build a Fence on a Slope
Building a fence on a slope can be challenging since the posts and pickets remain plumb regardless of the slope of the ground below it. Read on for tips on how to build a fence on unlevel ground.
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Wooden Fence Building Tips

Wooden Fence Building Tips
Watch this video for tips on aligning, leveling, and plumbing the posts, stringers, and pickets when building a wooden fence in your yard.
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Repairing a Sagging Fence Gate with an Anti-Sag Gate Kit

Repairing a Sagging Fence Gate with an Anti-Sag Gate Kit
Wooden fence gates tend to sag over time due to exposure to the elements. Watch this video for an easy way to repair a sagging gate using an Anti-Sag Gate Kit.
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Build a DIY Privacy Fence and Fire Pit for Your Yard

Build a DIY Privacy Fence and Fire Pit for Your Yard
Find out how to build a pressure treated wood privacy fence and lattice screen in your yard, as well as an easy to assemble stone fire pit. Watch this video to find out more.
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How to Build a Wood Privacy Fence in Your Yard

How to Build a Wood Privacy Fence in Your Yard
Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on how to install fence posts and construct a privacy fence in your yard using pressure treated wood.
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Pet Home and Yard Improvement Projects for Dogs and Cats

Pet Home and Yard Improvement Projects for Dogs and Cats
Find out how to make your home and yard more pet friendly for your dog or cat, from keeping pets safe to preventing pet damage to your home. Watch this video to find out more.
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Repairing a Wooden Fence

Repairing a Wooden Fence
The vertical fence boards on a wood fence are often secured with nails, which can work loose over time. Instead of driving the nails back in, replace them with corrosion resistant deck screws, which will stay put. Watch this video to find out more.
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