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February is Wood Fence Restoration Time - the foundation to your landscaping  

 

ldjones59@yahoo.com
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February 1, 2020 7:48 pm  

Your  wood fencing is the foundation and backdrop for your landscaping.  Landscaping that you no doubt intend to compliment and add value to the property as a whole.   Often, an old - grey and warped, maybe leaning fence is detracting from the quality of the home and landscaping.  Gates that do not latch properly, and fences that maybe let your dogs out, and other dogs in.    Regardless of condition, your existing fence can be restored to Health and Beauty without sacrificing your other landscaping and greenery.   FEBRUARY and MARCH are great times to do it. Restoration cost is typically WAY LESS than a new fence, and does not require your neighbors collective participation.   Greenery attached to the fence can be worked around before full bloom returns in April and May.    Our plain water process and water-based preservative protects your  plants.

"Old to Gold for Years Untold" as a backdrop to your  "years in development" of landscaping vines, shrubs, trees, and other plant life.  Also a good time for Power Washing the patio, pool deck, sidewalks, driveway, even the whole house exterior.  And, restoration and refinishing of any outdoor wood furniture, amazing results can be had.    All work based on Preservation Technology adapted by MFW founder, Larry D. Jones. more information at MiracleFenceWorks.com.  Power Washing by son, Carlos Jones, and his KleaningAmerica.com   

When gates are restored, you get a LIFETIME warranty for any readjustments, if ever needed. 

As a contribution to the Bellaire Community, we are looking for Civic and non-profit projects to consider for free or highly discounted wood fence restoration.  If you have ideas or suggestions, please contact, Larry D. Jones,  844-744-4050 or Larry@MircaleFenceWorks.com. 

 


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February 12, 2020 4:04 pm  
Posted by: @ldjones59yahoo-com

Your  wood fencing is the foundation and backdrop for your landscaping.  Landscaping that you no doubt intend to compliment and add value to the property as a whole.   Often, an old - grey and warped, maybe leaning fence is detracting from the quality of the home and landscaping.  Gates that do not latch properly, and fences that maybe let your dogs out, and other dogs in.    Regardless of condition, your existing fence can be restored to Health and Beauty without sacrificing your other landscaping and greenery.   FEBRUARY and MARCH are great times to do it. Restoration cost is typically WAY LESS than a new fence, and does not require your neighbors collective participation.   Greenery attached to the fence can be worked around before full bloom returns in April and May.    Our plain water process and water-based preservative protects your  plants. 

Bellaire fences built on raised elevations are subject to special problems of leaning to or fro due to shifting fill-soil, if this is your situation, we can fix it.

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"Old to Gold for Years Untold" as a backdrop to your  "years in development" of landscaping vines, shrubs, trees, and other plant life.  Also a good time for Power Washing the patio, pool deck, sidewalks, driveway, even the whole house exterior.  And, restoration and refinishing of any outdoor wood furniture, amazing results can be had.    All work based on Preservation Technology adapted by MFW founder, Larry D. Jones. more information at MiracleFenceWorks.com.  Power Washing by son, Carlos Jones, and his KleaningAmerica.com   

When gates are restored, you get a LIFETIME warranty for any readjustments, if ever needed. 

As a contribution to the Bellaire Community, we are looking for Civic and non-profit projects to consider for free or highly discounted wood fence restoration.  If you have ideas or suggestions, please contact, Larry D. Jones,  844-744-4050 or Larry@MiracleFenceWorks.com or LDJones59@yahoo.com . 

 

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