History of ORNACO

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If you’re new to our site, you’re probably wondering 1) How do you pronounce “ornaco” and 2) What the heck does it mean? In short, ORNACO is an abbreviation for The Ornamental Fencing Company… thus pronounced orna-co. So what exactly is ornamental fencing? It’s is a recently coined term for metal fences that enhance the appearance of a property, garden, landscaping, … Read More

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What Makes a Safe Horse Estate Fence?

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It’s no secret that ORNACO people are dog people. And while we do give our pups a lot of love, we haven’t forgotten about our other favorite four-legged friends. After all, horses need love (and fences) too! A well-constructed fence can really enhance the aesthetics and value of a horse facility. Although we’re confident that we can provide the best … Read More

Jillian HausmannWhat Makes a Safe Horse Estate Fence?

Christmas Decorating Ideas for Your Fence

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Squabbling over leftover portions of honey-baked ham. Shoving your way through unbearably packed shopping malls as screaming children zoom about. Putting up with that obnoxious third cousin of yours. Oh yeah, it’s Christmas time. The holiday season definitely has its ups and downs, but no doubt the highlight of Christmas has to be decorating your beautiful all-weather powder-coated ORNACO fence. You … Read More

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4 Reasons to Install Your Fence This Winter

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Waiting for the spring thaw to start thinking about your fencing project might seem like a good idea. In fact, most homeowners put their outdoor projects on hold when the weather gets cold. This may come as a surprise, but winter is actually a great time to take action on your fencing project. While the indoors beckon with promises of … Read More

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What Type of Fence is Best for Your Dog?

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  Here at ORNACO, we’re crazy about dogs. We love cats too, but have you ever seen a cat on a leash? We never have, and we’ll probably never see one in a kennel either. Just like there’s a dog to suit just about everyone’s taste, there are also a variety of fences to suit your dog. Before we get … Read More

Mallory Van WaardeWhat Type of Fence is Best for Your Dog?

Understanding Your Fence Style Options

You’ve been thinking about getting a new fence for a while now—since the day you moved in, actually. Fences are a great way to add style and security to your yard, but fencing projects often fall by the wayside because homeowners are unsure of what their options are and what they want. So, seasons change and yards remain unfenced. Not … Read More

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2 Simple Solutions for Puppy-Proofing Your Fence

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Owning a small dog can feel a lot like managing a clever escapee at times. Just when you think he’s safe roaming your fenced-in backyard, he finds a way to wiggle his body through a hidden crevice, and he’s off to freedom. You can’t keep an eye on him every second, but constantly hunting down your precious pooch is beginning … Read More

Mallory Van Waarde2 Simple Solutions for Puppy-Proofing Your Fence

Kansas City Fencing Regulations

Kansas City Fencing Regulations

Before you start a new fencing project, it’s a good idea to brush up on the local regulations. To help the process run smoothly—and help you avoid frustration—here’s an overview of the minimum fencing standards in Kansas City, Missouri. If you live in Kansas City, You can install a fence standing 4’ or less in your front or side yard … Read More

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St. Louis Fencing Regulations

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Thinking about adding a fence to your property in St. Louis? It’s important that you first review the fencing regulations for your area. Here’s a rundown of the Saint Louis Department of Public Safety Building Division Guidelines For Drawing Residential Fence Plans. If you live in Saint Louis, You must submit your fence construction plans when you apply for a residential building … Read More

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Powder Coating: The Solution To Rust

A rusting fence is an expensive and unattractive problem. Before you install a new fence, it’s best to research which materials and fence types are less likely to rust and maintenance-free. Lucky for you, we are going to give you a top-to-bottom summary of why the powder coating on your fence is so important. What you should first know when fence … Read More

Mallory Van WaardePowder Coating: The Solution To Rust