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Topic - Edith Pulscak
Spending more time outside is a priority for most homeowners looking to take advantage of the warm summer months. While some prefer an open look for their yards, many homeowners choose to add a fence to increase privacy and security and help mark property boundaries.
"When new, they look great," she says, but adds that she has noticed some white fences have turned shades of green in humid weather.
She also says some gardeners prefer to have a fence to keep out the neighborhood pets.