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Our client has a unique situation where they needed a folding driveway gate because of limited driveway space off of the road. They asked for our help to come up with a solution. The gate (pictured above) is 16 feet wide and folds into 2 separate sections that are less than 4 feet wide.
We just installed a custom garden fence for a customer using 1/4" thick rubber mat by Bruckman Rubber C. made out recycled tires. The reverse sleeves were installed in pred-rilled holes in the rubber mat. We hope to offer this product as part of our garden kits in the future. Check out Bruckman's site.
These used to be arborvitae– before a family of deer found them.
Toad trilliums celebrate spring– without deer damage!
This 52 foot linear garden fence is all ready for plants. The client choose to purchase her own premade wood arbor gate and we put it up for her.
The Butterfly Exhibit at the Philadelphia Flower Show this year was worth the extra $5 fee. The butterflies were extremely friendly–hanging out on my shirt and hat without much coaxing. I wish I new what type of butterfly she is.
The entrance to the Philadelphia Flower Show featured a beautiful installation with a bridge crossing over a canal, windmills, bicycles, and of course flowers. Tulips in every color you can think of filled flower beds and containers. Most of these flowers and plants wouldn't survive hungry deer.
Look closely and you'll notice the white streamer flag, this acts as a warning sign to the deer. Look even closer and you'll see the black deer fence post in front of the spruce tree. This deer fence has 4 cables running horizontally through the fence for added strength if a deer runs into the fence. As the seasons change, and the leaves come out in spring– this deer fence will be completely disguised by the greenery that surrounds it.
This fence is a blend of two types of fence– a 6 foot high, super duty polypropylene deer fence at the top with a 3 foot high, 14 gauge black welded wire mesh. The fence is secured with 4 horizontal cables to accommodate heavy deer pressure. The bottom of the fence is lipped out 6 inches, eliminating the need for ground stakes. This deer fence is located in Montgomery County, Maryland.
This fence blends into the landscape so that spring through fall it will disappear with the foliage. The top portion of the fence is 5 foot high maximum duty polypropylene deer fence and the bottom is 3 foot high 14 gauge 2"x 2" welded wire. This system uses 5 total cables for added strength due to heavy deer traffic.
Deer fencing access gate installed along water frontage.
When deer fence is installed in wooded areas, it is nearly invisible when foliage is out. The deer fencing you see here follows the contour of a stream with posts spaced 10-12 part. The height of this deer fence is 7 feet. Deer fence is a great way to keep deer out and can also be used as dog fence.
This oversized access gate was installed for a client to allow for skid loader exit and entry as well as leaf removal.
20 gauge black metal hex deer fence installed on cedar posts at a height of 7.5 feet. Deer fencing installed in eastern Connecticut.
One year check up on a deer driveway gate installed in eastern PA. Notice the deer fence along the sides of the grate to eliminate cross jumping. This grate can handle basically any weight you can throw on it. It is deep enough to work even during heavy snows. The frame is made of pressure treated Grade A wood and steel. The top section is 3/8" thick x 2 1/2" angle iron which runs across the driveway leaving the deer no chance to tip toe in.
The entire job has all most a 1/2 mile of deer fence installed around the perimeter. The fence line has 4 access gate systems, many hard turns and hills and features a creek crossing. You can use the Benner Deer Fence System to complete any deer fencing needs you may have.