Choosing the right type of fencing for your home

fencesWith many different types of fencing materials on the market it can be difficult to decide the best materials to use for your home.

 

Wood Fencing

Wood is the simplest and the convenient when it comes to custom design and decoration. Aside from stone, wooden fencing is also the most popular material.


Paling Fencing

If you’re on a budget, I suggest opting for paling fences to secure your property. They’re not only cost effective but also easy to dress to suit your property.


Brushwood Fencing

Brushwood fences are a great product to use because they’re neutral in colour and will add a natural look to your home. They’re termite resistant and can last up to 30 years or more.


Picket Fencing

When most people consider picket fencing they immediately think of Victorian style homes rather than the contemporary styles that are now on the market. Timber picket fences can be made as intricate or as simple as you need so don’t be too quick to dismiss this option.


Hardwood Fencing

Hardwood fencing and decking material suitable for privacy screens. It’s versatile and compliments a variety of different infrastructure materials.


Stone, Brick and Concrete Fencing

Although more expensive and labour intensive; stone, brick and concrete fencing also offer advantages. These materials are the most aesthetically appealing options and add great value your home and property. They’re efficient in blocking out noise and more durable and weather resistant.


Laser Cut Panel Feature Screens

Laser cut screens are available in a variety of materials and designs. They’re great for privacy and to decorate your home. You can even get screens made out of aluminium and have a special powder coat finish so they look just like timber.

If you’re currently renovating or designing a new home and looking at different types of fencing options consider your budget, decide on the materials and the colours of your home and then think about your what purpose your fencing will serve. Answering these questions will help you determine the best type of fencing for your home and property.


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