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||BD Loops Florida Seminar a Great Success! |
Press Release - Nov 22, 2016
BD Loops prides themselves on their commitment to educating and improving the gate and door industry, and has been visiting distributor and manufacturer locations to present their loop seminar for over 5 years....
||This Machine Weaves Chain Link Fences Like It's Knitting a Sweater |
GIZMODA - Nov 28, 2016
We were totally wrong in assuming that chain link fences were made by a warehouse full of people tirelessly bending wires with pliers. It turns out this giant machine does it all autonomously, bending, twisting, and weaving wires like it’s making a giant metal sweater you never want to wear....
|ARMSTRONG: BETTER SNOW FENCES FOR SAFER ROADSr |
Daily-Iowan - Nov 29, 2016
As any Midwesterner knows, battling winter weather on the highway can be deadly. The winding back roads cutting across the exhausted heart of farm country transform into terrifying ice sculptures as December rolls around....
Decking Industry News
|What You Need To Know When You Want to Build a Deck |
Popular Mechanics - Nov 23, 2016
There are a few steps that every homeowner, contractor, and designer need to ensure they build a safe and beautiful deck. Licensed contractor Robert Robillard of A Concord Carpenter has many years of experience building decks, stairs, and balconies on a variety of homes. Here, he offers his expert advice for building a deck...
Local Government Issues
|St. Paul aims to streamline fence construction rules |
Star Tribune - Nov 25, 2016
It’s been several years since a storm took out a section of the fence around Diane Schultz’s yard, but that windy day likely will have a lingering impact on St. Paul residents looking to add fences.. ...
|A woman, a fence and an act of generosity |
Green Bay Press Gazette - Nov 24, 2016
Mike Smiley had a gratifying moment Wednesday morning. His 18-year-old daughter, Taylor, shot her first deer, a 7-pointer, as they hunted in Kewaunee County.....
|Upgrades to include new fencing at FALS |
Pontiac Daily Leader - Nov 26, 2016
FAIRBURY — Workers at the Fairbury American Legion Speedway are about half finished with what Fairbury Fair Board President Leroy Rodriguez calls 'phase three' of this year's planned updates for the track.....
Fencing and Animal -- Wildlife
|Fence extension aims to protect Florida Panthers and drivers |
NBC2 News - Nov 23, 2016
COLLIER COUNTY - The Florida wildlife commission is trying to prevent Panthers from getting hit by cars on I-75 in Collier County with a 10-foot fence. "I think it's a great idea and it keeps the Panthers safe, so what's not to love," said Amanda Souchik, of Cape Coral......
USA/Mexico Border Fence
|Trump’s Mexican wall a boon for Israeli security company |
USA Today - Nov 24, 2016
YEHUD, Israel - The Israeli company that has built high-tech fences along the country’s volatile borders is now trying to build a bridge to the Trump administration — hoping to use its experience to cash in on the president-elect’s plan to seal the border with Mexico. ...
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