Garden fencing is one of the most attractive features in and around your property. Garden fencing not only enhances the features in your garden but works with existing constructions to complement and add depth to them. Today garden fencing is designed for beauty and increase properties value, but it is also great was of adding privacy and security without installing an object that is too obtrusive and overbearing in the garden.
Fencing will always look its best when it is installed to complement and match the current feature of your home. For example, if you have a brick house then tidy fence panels with concrete or brick posts and gravel boards would work well. If you have a wooden home or cottage, then the classic and quintessential design of picket fencing might suit the surroundings best. If you have a home that needs privacy from the street, then you might want to consider erecting a fence panel but softening it with trellising and some climbing plants to help add a new dimension to the panel.
Choosing the right type of material to construct your fence from can also be a nightmare. This is by far the most economical fencing as for starters is the cheapest to buy initially, but if you have the unfortunate instance of having to replace broken or rotten panels then this can be fairly low cost and in some cases is as simple as replacing the panel like for like. The only downside to timber fencing is that if you do not purchase pressure treated panels, which are more expensive but have been injected with a preservative that ensures they are protected against weathering and rot, you will need to treat your panels annually with spirit based timber treatment to protect them. This can be a tremendous job depending on the size of your fencing but can be a relaxing task when it comes round to it.