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Greenhill Fencing, Inc. Offers Maintenance Tips for Homeowners This Spring


Willow Grove, PA -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/09/2018 -- With summer right around the corner, homeowners all across the country will soon be preparing to spend more time outdoors. Before anyone starts dreaming about summer nights outdoors, everyone needs to make sure their backyard is in the best condition possible. Even if the lawn is mowed, the flowers are blossoming and the pool is cleaned, an ugly, beat-up wooden fence can ruin the entire look of the yard.

Greenhill Fencing, Inc., a top fence company in Philadelphia, is offering tips for homeowners all across the area on how to keep their wood fence looking as good as new year round. In this month's blog, the company supplies tips to keep a wooden fence looking clean. Simple things like making sure a sprinkler isn't splashing up on a fence to making sure to not hanging heavy decor can all lead to keeping a fence looking brand new.

Aside from providing tips for homeowners, the company also repairs and installs a variety of fences for homeowners looking to keep their home as secure as possible. With over 25 years of experience, the team at Greenhill Fencing, Inc. has quickly become some of the most dependable fence contractors in the region

Those interested in more information on Greenhill Fencing, Inc., their wooden fence tips or to see what makes them the best choice for fence installation in Bucks County are encouraged to visit their website at This company can also be reached by calling 267-329-3005.

About Greenhill Fencing Inc.
For over 25 years and three generations of family ownership, Greenhill Fencing Inc. has consistently met its goal of providing fast, affordable fence installations to their community. Located in Willow Grove, PA, the company hires the most experienced technicians and offers high-quality materials at competitive prices. Greenhill Fencing serves homes in Philadelphia as well as customers throughout Bucks, Montgomery, Chester and Delaware Counties.

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