Fence Options For Your Home And Backyard
A fence adds value to your property, provides security, increases your privacy, and offers protection from unwanted situations. There are so many fencing options to choose from for your home and backyard. Checkout this list of fences in a variety of styles to get you thinking about what kind of fence you want in your home and yard.
- Aluminium Fencing
One of the most basic and attractive fencing types is aluminium. These fences have been around for centuries and are very durable. It allows ventilation and protects your property while being beautiful at the same time.
- Climbers Wall Fence
A climbers-wall fence looks amazing during the growing season as well as in the off-season. This kind of fence is great for supporting climbing flowers and vegetables.
- Bamboo Fence
Bamboo fence uses full bamboo stalks lined up and framed with stained wood. The panels are anchored with a concrete base. These fences are light weight and let enough light through. The rich light green and straw colours of bamboo blend in well in any backyard, but especially if you have tropical plants and accessories.
- Wood and Metal Fence
Metal and wood might sound a strange for landscaping but this can be a good combination. If you use corrugated metal, which is a very high-quality, it’s often covered with a protective coating that makes it look more luxurious. You can use rich dark wood panels to compliment this metal.
- Vinyl Fence
Sometimes simple is the best. Vinyl fencing is simple but elite when it comes to any other category. A DIY vinyl fence project offers affordable, light-weight durability, many different colour options and easy setup once you have the posts installed. The maintenance is free and it resists paint, allowing you to easily clean graffiti or any other unwanted stains. All you will need is a hose and soap to make it look as good as new.
There are more fencing options provided by fence installation companies. With all the fencing choices available, no home in the Gold Coast needs to sacrifice looks for security.