1. Tips to Protect Your Property’s Privacy

    We understand—you value your privacy. After all, your property is just that: yours. The roof over your head should be the one place where you can truly escape the outside world. Plus, you want to ensure that you and yours are protected while you’re at home. When it comes to ensuring the privacy and security of your home, it all starts with a fence... Fence In Your Yard First thing’s first, i…Read More

  2. 6 Styles for Your Wooden Fence Build

    If you’re planning on putting up a wooden fence in your backyard, you may be overwhelmed with design options. After all, there are so many ways to build a fence—which one is right for your home? Well, let’s lay out your options, and then we’ll let you decide on the best build for your property. Here are six wooden fence styles that might fit your desires. Board on Board Board on board fenc…Read More

  3. Privacy Fencing for Your Hot Tub

    If you have a hot tub in the backyard, then it’s likely that you’ll want to install a fence. A hot tub fence won’t just spruce up the look of your property, it’ll add privacy and value to your home. Let’s take a look at a few of the reasons why it’s time to opt for a hot tub fence. Privacy If you have nosy neighbors, or if you simply value some time alone, then a privacy fence is the s…Read More

  4. Great Vines to Line Your Fence

    Here in Oklahoma City, our climate and soil are ideal for a variety of vine species. That’s great news for Oklahoma landscapes. If you love foliage around your property, there are a variety of climbing plants that you can choose from. Today, we’re going to talk about a few favorites that grow best in the area. Leather Flower or Clematis Clematis is a climbing, flowering plant that can produce …Read More

  5. Fence Styles for Every Type of Property

    Take a moment, and picture a fence. Is the fence you envision a chain-link one? Maybe it’s of the wooden variety, either tightly locked and linked together or with slats of spaces in between. The style might play into how you picture a fence; maybe it’s a white picket fence, or maybe it’s more decorative. Regardless of how you picture a fence, most people likely picture a different fence tha…Read More

  6. Fencing for Your Pool

    If you have a pool in the back yard, it’s likely that you’ll want a fence. At the very least, your fence will keep strangers from making the most of your pool while you’re away from the house (including neighborhood dogs). And, a well-built fence can make your pool even more enticing to swimmers. Beyond that, fencing can make your pool area safer, keeping swimmers inside, and those who can…Read More

  7. Protect Your Garden

    Some animals just can’t be tamed, and there are plenty of wild animals here in the Oklahoma City area. That’s great news for animal lovers. But that’s bad news for gardeners. It’s infuriating to dedicate a whole season of plowing and planting to lose your harvest. That’s why today, we’re taking the time to talk about tactics that you can employ to ensure that wild animals stay out of y…Read More

  8. Why Springtime Is the Best Time to Replace Your Fence

    As your yard comes out of winter hibernation you will be able to easily see areas that need some help. Assessing your fence each spring can help you identify problems that have been exacerbated by the winter. If you find that your fence is beyond repair, consider springtime to have new fencing installed. Here are some of the best reasons to utilize the spring to replace your old fence. Obviously, …Read More

  9. Make Your Yard Your Oasis Part II

      Your yard is your oasis. It’s your escape from the rest of the world. You’ve protected your oasis with a VanHoose Fence installation, but now, what else can you do to make the most of your outdoor oasis? That’s the topic of today’s blog, as well as one of our other recent blogs! We already mentioned that you can build the ultimate deck, attract some birds with birdfeeders, birdhouse…Read More

  10. Invisible Fencing or Real Fencing for Dogs

    When it comes to your pup, you’d go to great lengths to ensure that she doesn’t run away. After all, dogs are wild animals, regardless of how much we train them. And that makes them liable to run off if we leave the front door open. So, to keep from posting a few hundred “missing dog” posters, you’re forced to put up a fence. Nowadays, there’s more than one option when it comes to fenc…Read More