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In the mean time, please feel free to browse for products you need, and contact the branch closest to you to place an order.

Do You Need a Fence Permit (and How to Get One)

It's a concern that many homeowners have when they want to put up a new fence: do they need a fence permit, and if so, how do they get one?

It's a question we hear very often, so we thought we'd share some tips and tricks you need to know about fence permits in Canada.

4 Things You Didn't Know About the Cost of a Chain Link Fence

If you're like most homeowners, you struggle to find the balance between upgrading your property and saving some money. Many homeowners wonder about the cost of a chain link fence.

We thought we'd tell you a few things you might not know about the cost of a chain link fence, so you can make informed decisions about your fence upgrade this summer.

Get the Lowest Cost Chain Link Fence... Without Compromising Quality

Many homeowners are simply looking to get the lowest cost chain link fence when they need a new fence around their yard. However, the lowest cost chain link fence might not be the best quality product.

We look at reasons why it may not be the best idea to focus on price alone, and how you can get a quality chain link fence while still saving money.

6 Things You Should Know About Pool Fencing

Canada doesn't have any federal laws specifically about pool fencing, which is a gross oversight, considering how dangerous pools can be. However, most municipalities in Canada do have some sort of regulations about pool safety.

We recommend that you look into local bylaws if there's any doubt about the rules for pool fencing in your city (and remember that they might have changed since you had your pool installed), but there are a few things you should know about pool fencing in general.

A Guide to Chain Link Fence Parts

There are two reactions to chain link fence parts. The first, before you've ever even noticed they exist, is to ignore them completely. The second, when you've decided to install your own fence, is mild panic.

While it's true that there are a lot of chain link fence parts that go into every fence though, once you know what they are and what they do, there's nothing to panic about!