Serve Customers Peace and Quiet with a Privacy Fence from Perimtec

Privacy Fence Kit in Lewisville, TX

According to a 2021 study by the International Casual Furnishings Association, nearly 90% of Americans say that having an outdoor space to enjoy as part of their home is more important than ever. In fact, demand for outdoor living spaces has been on the rise for years, due largely to pandemic conditions and the stay-at-home movement. Often, these outdoor living spaces include privacy fences, which provide both home and business owners with protection, privacy, safety, and even noise cancelation.

As a fencing contractor, you probably already know how popular privacy fences have become. You also know that building and maintaining those privacy fences are of utmost importance. After all, craftsmanship still matters these days. Unfortunately, building a gate or decorative fence from the ground up is easier said than done. One wrong mistake or even an incorrect piece of hardware can affect customer satisfaction. With so much on the line, many contractors are now using custom fence pieces and fence kits to serve their clients with high-quality, long-lasting privacy fences.

When it comes to the best privacy fence kit in Lewisville, few can compete with Perimtec products. Unlike many fencing companies, we provide a unique approach to fencing that allows you to design without limitations. Our innovative fencing systems enable you to customize the fence's height, width, frame color, infill material, direction of infill material, and gate kit combinations. As a result, you get fencing that perfectly matches your architectural design and landscaping vision while ensuring the beauty and durability you expect from Perimte fences and gates.

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Fencing company owners use our metal gate kits to create:

  • Backyard Gates
  • Privacy Gates
  • House Gates
  • Entryway Gates
  • Yard Gates
  • Side Yard Gates
  • Walkway Gates
  • Courtyard Gates
  • Wall Gates
  • More

Our gate kits have a robust aluminum frame design, making them perfect for low-cost double driveway swing gate construction. You can power them with an automatic gate opener or leave them manually operated for easy opening—the choice is yours. You can also add a double fence gate to your privacy fence to provide convenient access for your boat, mower, trailer, pool pump, utility equipment, or other backyard items.

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The Texas Bucket List – Odin Leather Goods in Lewisville

Lewisville – On any given day, you’ll find Odin Clack using his hands to make leather goods. His sturdy grip on the skin, a determined look in his eyes, and a beard that would make any Viking proud, it’s no wonder he shares a name with the god of war. “Well as I tell people, I am as Norse as they come,” said Odin. “So it obviously connects, right?”Despite being born on the shores of Galveston Island, building ships and sailing the seas aren’t where this Odin rules. Instead, he’s th...

Lewisville – On any given day, you’ll find Odin Clack using his hands to make leather goods. His sturdy grip on the skin, a determined look in his eyes, and a beard that would make any Viking proud, it’s no wonder he shares a name with the god of war. “Well as I tell people, I am as Norse as they come,” said Odin. “So it obviously connects, right?”

Despite being born on the shores of Galveston Island, building ships and sailing the seas aren’t where this Odin rules. Instead, he’s the captain of his shop, Odin Leather Goods in Lewisville. “It’s a team effort to keep things going here,” said Odin.

Odin has had skin in the leather game since 2012, but his craft wasn’t something that he learned through lineage. “For a lot of people, leather is something that their families, they have some family heritage or history with leather,” said Odin. “I’m not the same. Leather was something that really came to me. I was looking just for a creative outlet.”

With a degree in marketing from Texas A&M, Odin has had a successful career, but he wanted to go against the grain and try something new.

“Even if you love your day job in corporate America, you can get burned out on doing certain things,” said Odin. “And I was getting burned out on being on the phone all night long with officer teams, being on the computer around the clock. Email, email, email, conference call. It was just nonstop, and I needed a little bit of a creative break.”

That creative break came for Odin in the form of a passive interest in what he thought might be a neat hobby. “That’s all leather work was for me to start,” explained Odin. “I tried it out, went to the store, saw a bunch of cool tools on these hides, asked a bunch of questions, walked out $300 later with an arm full of stuff. I went home, pulled out a table, and started trying to make, in that time, I think it was a laptop sleeve, all right. I made it. It turned out okay. My wife was very kind and generous. She said itas great, it was not great. She was absolutely lying to me, but I appreciate her lying to me at the time. I thought I was very proud of it, but I figured if I made it once and it was okay, what happens if I make it again?”

Once Odin knew he was capable of leatherworking, he wanted to take it to the next level. “What is the difference between what I’m making here at my dining room table versus what someone is making in Europe or some other big factory elsewhere that determines what makes it appropriate for a larger audience?” asked Odin. “What makes it a quality item? What’s the difference? Is it skill? Is it that they have some magical ability I don’t have yet? And that’s what I started chasing after. What’s the difference? How can I make my work better? This was not intended to be a business. This was intended to be an experiment, and then it turned into a bit of a hobby, and then it turned into something I put a little, what my father would call, walk around money in my pocket. And then from there, it turned into a brand.”

With his wife Rachelle by his side and a few faithful employees helping hold down the fort, Odin has opened two stores, and he wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for other leatherworkers who helped him by sharing knowledge and tooling techniques. “I may have met one or two old guys or gals out there who just don’t want to share with you,” said Odin. “They do not represent the whole. Most of them, if you walk in a shop and you say, ‘Hey, my name is Odin Clack, I have interest in your craft, the thing that you’ve been dedicating your life to for the last 30 years, I would love if you allow me an opportunity to learn from you,’ they’re very willing to help you. They just want to see that you care. They don’t consider sharing with you wasting their time. They consider you being lazy. They consider you being not willing to figure out things on your own and try. That’s a waste of their time.”

Odin’s appreciation for those who have mastered the art of leatherworking has granted him access to a wealth of knowledge only available from the masters themselves. “These are people who deserve respect,” said Odin. “They’ve been doing this stuff for a long time, and they do beautiful, beautiful work. And so you talk to them and say, ‘Hey, do you mind if I look over your shoulder for a little while?’ And a lot of them will say, ‘Absolutely. Come on back.’”

Those skills have helped Odin create a business that does more than just make wallets, or belts, or bags. His items make memories. “There is not another material out there that holds memories like leather does,” said Odin. “Almost everyone has some memory in mind of some leather item that gives them this thing where their eyes kind of roll back in their head like ‘oh, I remember that.’ A baseball glove, a pair of boots, a wallet, a belt, a saddle, right. It could even be sitting inside of a new car, and what do people say? ‘New car smell.’ It’s a memory, right? Leather holds memories. Name another material that does that. Hard-pressed to find one.”

Despite his job being tough as… well, you know the rest. Odin drives his business forward to further his family life, and the families of those that work with him.

“This is not a blind passion, this is passion with some intent we have behind it,” said Odin. “We know what we want to do. We know that we want to have a thriving business that supports these families, our team, but we are very authentic and transparent here. We share almost everything. We share with other leather crafters. We share with our customers. I think that’s one thing that we’re very proud of is having a transparent family-based business that is not just our family but our extended family now as well.”

Check out 7 businesses now open, coming soon in Lewisville, Coppell

From new openings to coming soon announcements, here are seven business updates in Lewisville and Coppell:Now openLime N DimeThe restaurant specializes in handcrafted burgers and sandwiches making use of fresh bread and natural ingredients. The menu features customized burgers in single, double and triple varieties as well as chicken sandwiches, Nashville hot wings and philly cheesesteaks.For sides, patrons can choose options ranging from chicken tenders and nuggets to cajun fries...

From new openings to coming soon announcements, here are seven business updates in Lewisville and Coppell:

Now open

Lime N Dime

The restaurant specializes in handcrafted burgers and sandwiches making use of fresh bread and natural ingredients. The menu features customized burgers in single, double and triple varieties as well as chicken sandwiches, Nashville hot wings and philly cheesesteaks.

For sides, patrons can choose options ranging from chicken tenders and nuggets to cajun fries and onion rings. A spectrum of loaded fry options are also available.

Arunachala

Arunachala strives to craft vegetarian dishes that are a “delightful exploration of tastes and textures.” The menu offers a range of flavor from traditional favorites to innovative creations. Entrees include items like vegetarian penne pasta alfredo and potato masala curry.

HTeaO

The drink shop sells dozens of sweetened and unsweetened iced teas. HTeaO's menu also includes hot teas, coffee drinks and a secret section with customized flavors. The Lewisville storefront will be one of at least 60 brick and mortar locations in Texas with more in the works, according to the company website.

Coming soon

Bath & Body Works

A new Bath & Body Works location is opening soon in Lewisville, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Construction of the Lewisville Towne Crossing location is scheduled to begin April 8 with an anticipated completion date of June 7. The company sells a variety of fragrant body care products as well as aromatic candles, wallflowers and air fresheners.

Project Lean Nation

The personalized nutrition chain offers healthy curated meal kits that are dietician approved, pre-packaged, portioned and balanced. Patrons can attend private consultations to align a nutritious meal plan with their personal goals. Project Lean Nation also offers customizable protein shakes with flavors ranging from orange juice and vanilla whey, to almond milk, coffee, and vanilla whey.

Pasha Luxury Decor

The shop sells decorations and furnishings for the home and kitchen. The company began renovations last year for their Lewisville debut taking a space in the suite next to Shake Land.

Dave’s Hot Chicken

Dave’s Hot Chicken, a fast casual Nashville hot chicken restaurant is opening in Lewisville, according to a filing with the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation.

Construction is scheduled to begin April 16 and finish Sept. 30, according to the filing. The menu sports four options of chicken tenders, sliders or a combination of both, and cheese can be added on request. The entrees can be ordered in a range of spiciness.

Guests have the choice between fries, cheese fries, kale slaw, macaroni and cheese, a single tender and a single slider for sides and soft drinks, teas and milkshakes for beverages.

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Jonathan is a features reporter covering businesses and restaurants across the northern Dallas-Fort Worth region. He joined Community Impact in July 2023 after earning a journalism degree at The University of Texas at Arlington and writing for the college newspaper.

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Wisco Tx Cafe serves up breakfast, lunch, dinner in Lewisville

Last April, Jose Aguirre, his daughter Nelly and his brother Librado trekked down to Texas from Wisconsin to be closer to Jose Aguirre’s family after his wife passed away a year prior.In June, Jose Aguirre befriended Samuel Carlos and Keila Hernandez—pastors at his church, Iglesia Pentecostes Mana in Denton—and approached them with an idea for a restaurant that had been brewing for 20 years.“Oh that's nice, what’s going to be the name?” Hernandez asked.“Wisco,” Jose Aguirre...

Last April, Jose Aguirre, his daughter Nelly and his brother Librado trekked down to Texas from Wisconsin to be closer to Jose Aguirre’s family after his wife passed away a year prior.

In June, Jose Aguirre befriended Samuel Carlos and Keila Hernandez—pastors at his church, Iglesia Pentecostes Mana in Denton—and approached them with an idea for a restaurant that had been brewing for 20 years.

“Oh that's nice, what’s going to be the name?” Hernandez asked.

“Wisco,” Jose Aguirre said.

“That's nice. Wisco like Wisconsin,” Hernandez said. “But we live in Texas, so you should add ‘TX’ and call it Wisco Tx.”

Eventually Jose Aguirre asked if his pastors would be interested in becoming investors, and by February, Jose Aguirre, his brother and Hernandez opened a cafe in Lewisville as three-part co-owners.

“What’s the name going to be,” Hernandez asked again.

Wisco Tx Cafe, like you said,” Jose Aguirre replied.

The details

The rustic earth-toned cafe specializes in breakfast and lunch, but also serves dinner on Fridays, said Nelly Aguirre, who also works there as a server.

Jose Aguirre and his brother Librado curated the menu using their decades of experience in the restaurant industry, crafting dishes such as the WiscoTex skillet—a heap of steak, tomatoes, red and green peppers, onions, and cheddar cheese served on a bed of potatoes and topped with three eggs, Nelly Aguirre said.

Other popular creations include the bacon avocado omelet and a selection of cream cheese filled crepes with different fruit toppings, she said. The cafe also serves breakfast sandwiches and combo plates, where guests can choose between pancakes, French toast and waffles paired with eggs, sausage and bacon.

For lunch the menu features burgers, sandwiches, wraps, chicken and dumplings and daily soups, Hernandez said.

In addition to serving a variety of dishes, the family wanted to offer “Texas sized” portions, Nelly Aguirre said.

“My dad likes portions, so he's like, ‘OK, we are doing it for a good price, but with big portions’ because some restaurants have high prices, but they don’t give customers as much as it costs,” she said.

Zooming in

Jose Aguirre and his brother considered starting the restaurant back in Wisconsin, but it just wasn’t the right time, Hernandez said. Once they moved, everything fell into place. They met Hernandez, saw a vacant spot in Lewisville and seized the opportunity. Hernandez said she jumped in with full confidence.

“They had the menu, and they knew how to work, so we knew it was going to be a success,” she said.

It seemed as though God had answered their prayers, Hernandez said. The brothers could handle the kitchen, and Hernandez would run the front of house. They secured the location Jan. 20, and the entire process from city permits to health inspections was done within a week, she said. Friends, family and church members all pitched in to get things up and running.

“It means a lot to them,” Nelly Aguirre said. “They came from nothing to being someone and something in a whole different state.”

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Jonathan is a features reporter covering businesses and restaurants across the northern Dallas-Fort Worth region. He joined Community Impact in July 2023 after earning a journalism degree at The University of Texas at Arlington and writing for the college newspaper.

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2025 5-Star OT out of Lewisville (TX) will visit Texas A&M this summer

Recruiting the Lone Star State becomes even tougher with the Texas Longhorns officially joining the SEC in July. New Texas A&M Football head coach Mike Elko will now battle th...

Recruiting the Lone Star State becomes even tougher with the Texas Longhorns officially joining the SEC in July. New Texas A&M Football head coach Mike Elko will now battle the Longhorns without the advantage of simply stating, “We’re in the SEC.”

So far, so good, as Elko and his staff have already landed three players in the 2025 recruiting class, and the momentum will continue through the summer as several high-ranking prospects will make their way to College Station, including 5-star offensive tackle Michael Fasusi.

After visiting the Aggies during the program’s annual junior day weekend, Fasusi has already scheduled three official visits, including a trip back to Texas A&M on June 6-8, with trips to Oklahoma on June 14 and Texas on June 21.

Five-star OT Michael Fasusi locks in a official visit to A&M. https://t.co/slw9hLXtIz

— Landyn Rosow (@RivalsLandyn) March 14, 2024

On the field, Fasusi is an elite talent, no doubt about it, starting at right tackle for Lewisville (TX) since his 2022 sophomore season, earning Texas District 6-6A Offensive Newcomer of the Year due to his high-level play at such a young age.

Standing at 6-4 and weighing over 285 pounds, Fasusi has the size, footwork, balance, and athleticism to thrive on the outside but can also move inside if needed at the next level. Every cycle, there’s at least one elite offensive prospect with the ability to start his freshman year, and just with the eye test, Fasusi looks to be that guy.

According to 247Sports composite rankings, Fasusi is currently positioned as the 11th-ranked player in the 2025 cycle, the 2nd-ranked offensive tackle, and the 3rd-ranked player in Texas.

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