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5 Benefits of a Wood and Metal Fence for Your Property

Fence options—there are so many! Wood, vinyl, and chainlink are some of the names many people recognize, but today we’re talking about one of our favorite choices at Montana Fence: our wood and metal fence. This unique fence style is made of wood paneling paired with...

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4 Best Fence Materials to Use on Your Ranch

Fencing plays an important role in farm and ranch operations. A strong, durable fence that can withstand harsh weather conditions, wildlife, and livestock is an asset to your business and lifestyle. At Montana Fence, we have many fencing options to fit the needs of...

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Guide to Fence Maintenance for Every Fence Material

We have said it time and time again: fencing is vital for your home and yard’s safety, looks, and functionality. But what we haven’t talked about lately is how to care for your fence after it is installed and the best ways to do so. Routine fence care is extremely...

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How To Choose An Aesthetic Fence That’s Also Functional

Fencing is a functional necessity for your home and yard’s safety, but who says it can’t look good too? There are many moving parts to consider when deciding what type of fence to build and how it should look to complement your style. We know this process can be a...

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Process for Installation and how to prep

So you’ve put down your deposit, YAY! We’re excited to work with you! There are a couple of things you can do to make sure your fence installation goes smoothly and you get exactly what you need. We give an approximate timeline of installation, but things like...

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Pounded Posts vs. Concrete Set for Chain Link

The traditional method of setting chain link fence posts is to “set” in concrete. When using this process, it is very important to dig post holes below the frost line (usually 24-36” depending on the area) and to bell out the bottom of the hole. Even with this...

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What is the best time to stain your fence?

Wood fences can last for decades if they’re well taken care of and that starts with a high quality stain and/or sealant. Wood itself has pores and the openness of these pores can determine how well the stain soaks into the material and in turn, how long that stain...

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