Entries by Jake

Pipe Fence Facts

Looking for a new fence with no maintenance and can last a lifetime? Try a pipe fence. But make sure you get the pipe fence facts first. Pipe fence is a recycled product from the oil fields, mostly coming in from Texas. It’s durable, long lasting, and one of the best fences you can invest […]

Shadow Box your Residential Fence Posts

Time for another Good Fence / Bad Fence entry. Wood Fence Worries What if we told you that it’s possible to have a beautiful wood fence without worrying about the posts rotting away under the soil line? Sounds a bit like magic, doesn’t it? But it’s not, trust us. We do it all the time. […]

Fence Contractor bids: Don’t go cheap.

Selecting a fence contractor. When purchasing fencing services – be it a residential fence, arena fence, corral or maybe a no climb fence- we all want to be smart shoppers. We call a bunch of fence contractors, get estimates, compare bids and make a (hopefully) well-researched decision. Before you decide, there are a couple of […]

Do you need support wire on a T-post fence?

This month’s “Good Fence/Bad Fence” post highlights the importance of support wire on your T-post fence. Time to learn about support wire in our Good Fence/Bad Fence section. We’ll be trying to post some good and not so good examples of what you should expect when you hire a fencing contractor. The good examples come […]

Recommendation for All Aspects Fencing

Charlie Cornish July 2015 When we purchased our property, it was evident that the fencing would need replacing. The existing fencing, consisting of teetering wooden posts and fallen rails due to rot and dead electric wires attached to fallen fiberglass stakes, neither of which would confine pet or livestock, needed replacing. I sought bids from […]

Fencing 101: What to use and when to use it

Fencing can have a large impact on your peace of mind and your property value; it can enhance and secure your animals and assets, but it can also add visual appeal to the property. But choosing the correct fencing for your needs can be a daunting task. Below is a list of the varieties of […]

Fencing: The New Liability Insurance

Spring is right around the corner in Central Oregon, and it’s time for fixing fences and getting your herd in shape to graze in summer pastures. Spring is all about thinking ahead to potential factors that will affect your herd and inspecting the condition of your fences. A good fence keeps livestock from escaping, predators […]

New Year, New Resolutions, New Investments.

Investing in new fence is a way to increase the curb appeal and value of your home’s property. Our work below shows new three-board fencing done at Charlie and Wendie Every’s home in Redmond, Oregon. ”I would recommend All Aspects Fencing to anyone who needs fencing work done. Superior attention to detail resulted in a […]