There are many reasons as to why you may want to put up a fence. Fences are often installed to create a border between two properties, but also for privacy or esthetic enhancement. There are many different types of fences, and choosing the right one will mainly be a personal decision. Let’s take a look at some of the different options.
Wood panels are one of your options. These are the best types of privacy and they look great as well. They can also be personalized slightly because they come in varying heights and widths. The top of the panels are either dog eared, picketed or simply flat. It is also possible to get these in composite wood, which is more durable and eco-friendly. If you don’t want wood panels, you could choose post-and-rail or split rail instead. These are highly decorative, with a rustic design. In most cases, these are used for decoration only, defining certain areas inside a garden. Again, these come in a range of different sizes, although not as many as the wooden panels. Next, there is vinyl fencing. Because of the fact that vinyl fences are really beautiful and they require almost no maintenance, they are highly popular. Additionally, it is incredibly durable and won’t rot or fade. You can also choose decorative metal fencing. This has the benefit of looking like wrought iron, but without the price tag or the high maintenance. Decorative metal is popular due to its user friendliness and because it comes in so many different styles. You can even get decorative metal fences that are “no dig”, as they use pronged posts instead.
There are many other options out there. Some of the options, for instance, include electric dog fences, welded wire fences, poultry netting or chicken wire, chain link fences or hurricane fences and, garden and utility fences. To put these types of fences in place, you will need t-posts, u-posts or wooden posts. Every fence generally requires certain actions to be taken to put them up. The majority of fences have to be dug into the ground, using supporting posts at various intervals. Some fence types, such as the invisible fence used for dog training, require wires to be dug on around the perimeter of the property. There is no real agreement on which fences are great and which ones are terrible. You are the only person that can really determine which one is best for you. You simply have to decide what you think looks good, and what your personal needs actually are. You will find that it is very hard to choose the wrong type of fence.