The plywood fencing that was supposed to protect your home against thieves was a total failure, according to the company that built them.
The company, D.R. Horton and Associates, has been selling plywood barriers since 2006, when they were sold for $400 to a man who was living in an apartment.
The man was apparently using the plywoods as a makeshift fence to hide a knife from his roommate.
Horton later found out the man’s name was James Johnson and called him and offered to sell him the fencing.
But the company never got the job done, and Johnson never had the money to build a fence.
He went on to find himself unemployed, living in a trailer in his backyard.
He eventually had to find other ways to make ends meet.
“They’re pretty pricey, but they’re pretty expensive, and they’re not going to do anything for you,” Johnson said.
Johnson said the ply, which is made of fiberglass and is used to protect furniture from wind and water, has a tendency to crack and break.
He said it can also crack and crack if you push it hard enough.
The ply is sold with a safety bar to keep it from breaking.
If you are looking for a new fence, you could use the one that was sold by D.S. Horton.
Johnson said he did not like the way it looked, but he still used it.
Even though Johnson has been on the fence business for almost 20 years, he is still selling ply, Johnson said, because he has a hard time getting anyone to buy plywood for a fence that won’t hold up in a windstorm.
D.R., which is now part of a new company called D.C. Barrier Solutions, did not respond to a request for comment.
When we contacted D.J. Horton to ask about the problems with the fence, he said the company was not doing much to help people.
“They’re not a contractor or a fence maker,” he said.
“There are no contractors that do plywood.
They do plywoods for other uses.
They’re the ones that build the fencing.”
The company also said the fence has been damaged in the past.
A D. R. Horton spokesperson said that it is common for companies to use a manufacturer’s name for the material that they sell.
He did not have the name of the company or any other information about the company.
A D R. HORTON spokesperson said the name D. J. HORNETT was used to identify the company and that it was not affiliated with the company when it was created in 2006.