Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 01:45:59 AM. Outdoor Gates. By Devereaux Cloarec.
Wood Fencing There are three main types of wood fencing: privacy, picket, and rail fences. Conventional types of wood used include cedar, pine, redwood, cypress, and more. The availability of each will depend on the region. • Privacy fences serve to provide the homeowner with seclusion and an intimate setting in the back or front yard. Usually six to eight feel tall, privacy fences are common in both urban and suburban environments. • Picket fences, led by the white picket fence, are a truly American tradition. They are shorter than a privacy fence (3-4 feet tall) and are not intended to allow privacy so much as an enclosed yard and a colonial style. Styles of picket fencing include arched, scalloped, gothic, French gothic, dog-eared, and standard flat-top. • Rail fences are prevalent in rural areas such as farms and ranches, where animal containment is necessary. Rail fences consist of round, square, board, or split rails attached to posts. They allow an uninterrupted view of the landscape. Often, a mesh wire is combined with rail fence framing to keep smaller animals in or out.
Wrought Iron Fencing is a Great Way to Protect Your Property Many people will not be able to decide what type of fence that they want to protect their home. You want a fence that will provide safety for your loved ones as well as look good. You can find this type of double duty fencing with no problem. The main choice is wrought iron fences as they offer both an elegant look and heavy duty protection. For hundreds of years home owners have protected their families with this style of fencing. The 14th century saw the rise of popularity for wrought iron fencing. These fences were made by iron workers for those families who could pay the high cost of them. Royal families made great use of this ornate and secure style of fencing.
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