Are you tired of neighborhood children and animals traipsing through your yard? Are you currently considering installing a fence to help keep your flowerbeds from being trampled? When trying to decide on a fencing material, it can be difficult to choose which one to install. Here are the attributes of different choices, to help you decide:
Wooden fencing: People have probably been installing wooden fences for as long as the idea of fencing has been around. Wooden fencing can range from being a short picket fence, with very little privacy, to being a privacy fence that is taller than you are. Wooden fences can prevent people from seeing into your yard and partially dull some sounds. However, depending on your area, they may need to be painted yearly in order to help delay rotting and deter termites. If you have a large yard,
Chain link fencing: Unlike wooden fencing, you don't have to worry about chain link fencing rotting away. It's also, obviously, immune to termite damage. Chain link fencing is also relatively quick to install. Large yards may be able to be fenced in over the course of a weekend. While this type
Block fencing: Block fencing offers almost total privacy. In return, it is one of the more difficult and time-consuming types of fences to install. Each block must be installed individually and you may need to take breaks to wait for the mortar in between each row to dry. If your land is sloped at all, care must be taken when installing the fence so that it is installed straight and doesn't collapse. As a result, a properly installed block fence could take a week or more, depending on how large the fenced in area is.
Vinyl fencing: Most vinyl fencing options strongly resemble locally available wooden fence options. Unlike wood, it will never rot or get eaten by termites. also unlike wood, vinyl fencing is often installed in panels and not individual planks. This may mean that you have very little choice as to what your final fence actually looks like. Although not required to preserve this type