Although Salt Lake may not have that large of a reputation for arts, it has a very diverse scene with all kinds of events sure to be enjoyable for everyone. Performing arts are a fantastic spectacle and wonderful exhibition of what people are capable of. It is inspiring and something that we should all collectively go to appreciate on a regular basis. Here are some of the awesome performing arts events in Salt Lake and surrounding areas for the rest of September.
Be sure to stay vigilante of weather reports and stay off the road as much as possible because injury and death tolls are rising in Utah as a result of flash flooding. Many cars are being swept away. Several people are missing. Be sure to stay safe and keep your eye on the weather.
There are all kinds of fun places to go. This week, Ben Harper and The Innocents are coming to Salt Lake City at the Red Butte Garden. Ben Harper has been huge in music since the late nineties for his unique take on blues, folk, reggae, soul and funk/rock music. He really can take on any genre. He is a musician that had his first big gig at age 12 and has only continued to grow and expand his talent.
An Evening with Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals
- September 16, 2015
- Presented By: Red Butte Garden
- Venue: Red Butte Garden
300 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108
- Admission:$55/General Admission, $50/Members
- Category: LIVE MUSIC & CONCERTS
- Add to Trip Planner
Ben Harper and The Innocent Criminals are back-returning to the stage and the studio in 2015 after a seven-year hiatus-the last show they played together was a double encore set in Brazil in September 2008. Fans were ecstatic when the band announced plans for a reunion tour of North America and Europe-a mixture of intimate shows and headlining slots at Bonnaroo and other music festivals. The tour and forthcoming studio recording reunite Harper with The Innocent Criminals’ classic line-up: percussionist Leon Mobley, bassist Juan Nelson, drummer Oliver Charles, keyboardist Jason Yates and guitarist Michael Ward.
Read more at: http://bit.ly/1FNblX0
Want to see what Western Fence Company can do for you? Check out these photos from one of our latest projects. We stand by our work and are proud of the difference we can make in property value and appearance!
There are many different reasons that a homeowner would want to build a fence. Whether it be to show property lines, to keep unwanted people or things out of yards or for aesthetic value to increase the price of the home upon sale. Whatever the reason, there are four tips that you should consider to help you choose the best fence for your needs that will stay with you for life.
Read more at: http://bit.ly/13HrAbh
A fence is a fantastic addition to any home! With literally infinite
styles and designs to choose from you are sure to find a fence that
enhances the curb appeal and overall tone of your house. More so the
fence has been providing families with the added benefit of privacy
since the dawn of time.
Depending on which state you live in
there are different regulation set for the building of a fence on your
property. Utah state regulations can sometimes be a bit cloudy, but
Western Fence Co has done the leg work for you! We brought you some of
the most commonly asked questions about fencing regulations and the
Rest assured when dealing with Western
Fence Company we will always make sure that all Utah State permits are
obtained and all restrictions followed. Its our job to know these ins
and outs! We just think its helpful for you to have the answers too 🙂
The installation of a fence requires a permit from Building Services.
“Fence” means a structure erected to provide privacy or security which
defines a private space and may enhance the design of individual sites. A
wall or similar barrier is also considered to be a fence. The fee for
most residential fences is $33.00. However, fences exceeding 6′ in
height require additional construction code review and fall under the
general permit fee schedule for construction.
For additional information
about fences please click here.
There are many types of fences out there and picking one that goes with
the styling of your home can be a bit difficult. Utilizing articles like
the one below you can begin to compare looks versus purpose. If you
have a set of nosy neighbors it may be more important for you to have a
tall fence that you can not see through to keep peoples attention where
it needs to be. However if you have nothing but a great relationship
with your neighbors you might want to look for a more decorative look
for your fence.
When it comes to choosing a fence for your home, you should always
consider the style of your home itself. If you end up choosing a fence
that compliments your home and works cohesively with the style, you can
easily skyrocket the value of your home by adding to its curb appeal.
So whether you’re selling your home or just in search of ways to add
to its aesthetic, here are some fencing options for various styles of
For the Contemporary Home: Horizontal Wood Fence
If you have a contemporary, ultra-modern home, you certainly want to
be careful when choosing the type of fence to install. Be sure that the
fence you go with is just as modern as the home itself.
A wise choice might be to go with the classic stained wooden fence,
but opt for the more modern, contemporary version with horizontal wood
instead of vertical. The right stain can provide an attractive contrast
to the white siding or glass that makes up the exterior of your modern
Commonly these kinds of fences provide added privacy for the modern glass that likely encompasses your contemporary abode.
For The Colonial Home: White Picket Fence
If you have a colonial home that is representative of the classic
American residence, a classic white picket fence might be just the right
choice. These modest and low-laying fences can offer just the contrast
needed to make your house “pop” against its neighbors, instantly
skyrocketing your home’s appeal.
Typically these types of fences are made of wood and painted white,
with a charming gate and walkway that leads to the front entrance of the
home. This acts to highlight the home’s entrance as the focal point as
well, giving your home an added visual aesthetic.
For practicality, however, you can opt for vinyl fencing that is
virtually identical to the wooden white picket fence, but does not
require painting or repainting. Vinyl may initially cost more than wood,
but being much easier to maintain, would likely be more cost-effective
Read More Here: http://cbporta.com/how-to-pick-the-right-type-of-fence-to-skyrocket-your-home-appeal/
When you are looking to sell or possibly rent out a property one of the
main determining factors for the success of your sale is curb appeal, or
how your property looks at first glance and first impressions. This article outlines some great ways to add visual appeal to your property.
Many times a beautiful flower garden or wrought Iron fence can be a
major reason for purchase from a potential buyer.
1. Remember all those outdoor fixup projects you put off last winter,
waiting for the warm summer months? Well, summer’s here and it’s time to
think about getting some repairs in while the temperatures are still
agreeable. Keeping your home in tip-top shape not only adds to its curb
appeal but it saves you money as you ward off more expensive fixes down
But look at it this way: Spend a couple of weekends
outside, basking in the beautiful weather, and make sure your home looks
fantastic while you can still enjoy its charms. Soon enough, it will be
time to pack it up and head inside.
2. One of the simplest but most satisfying fixups you can do is to make
your windows sparkle and shine, letting in clear summer light. Make the
job easier by learning from a professional in How to Clean Windows Like a Pro.
Read More Here: http://www.thisoldhouse.com/toh/photos/0,,20408237,00.html
Western Fence Co. is Utah’s oldest fence company. We are experts in both residential & commercial fencing as well as design and installation of all fencing types including chain link, wrought iron/ornamental iron, other types of ornamental fencing, wood, and aluminum.
We also carry and install automatic gate operators and have thousands of fencing products including hardware and fencing panels in stock! We even do custom CNC Plasma Cutting for artwork and railings!
Western Fence Co. Headquarters:
1935 S. Fremont Dr. Salt Lake City, UT 84104
Sales: 1-888-438-3362 (GET-FENCE)
5185 W. Industrial Dr. Hurricane, UT 84737
1 (435) 256-8125