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Choosing Right Fence for Enclosure
Fences are enclosure to a garden, a private lawn or building premises. They mark boundary to a structure to keep
children and pet safe and restrict invasion of stray cats, dogs and other animals. Depending on the requirements
and the size of their pocket, people lay fence that are suitable to their needs. Different types and sizes of fences are
installed as per the needs of the client. There are four major types of fences viz, a vinyl fence, a wooden fence, a
metallic fence and a composite fence.
Fences are often used for exterior designing and decoration. They are often used to surround children's play area to
provide them an independent space to move around. They are also used to surround the the pool area, alongside
the bridges, boundary the playground and to mark boundary of land or a property space. Some fences use sharp
pointed metallic wires, or sharp pieces of broken glass to restrict intruders and stray animals from entering.
Every fence is designed for specific purpose. For example a chain-link fence encloses any sized area for safety or
security. A chain-link fence has an open weave design which lets people see through the fence while still serving as
a barrier to unauthorized entry. Close board fencing is erected on a concrete or timber post and is one of the widely
used fences. Wooden or metallic palisade fences are often used in gardens and children's play areas. Trellis are
decorative framework of light wooden or metal bars to support trees or creepers.
While installing fence hire a professional, ask to see examples of fences they have installed to get idea for installing
fence of your own. Also it is advisable to intimate neighbours while laying the fencing boundary. For safety and
convenience, plan at least two paths big and small into a fenced area for vehicular and personal use. Fencing
Services Esher, specialize in fencing for both residential and commercial properties and help to install and
maintain fences such as close board fences, panel fences, palisade and security fences, trellis, chain link fences
and fence gates, rails, willow screens and hoardings.
Environmental factors such as UV rays and heat, snowfall and rain effect the lifespan of a fence. A stainless steel or
aluminium fence endures these natural elements better than a wooden or a vinyl fence. So once the structure is up,
it requires no weather related repairs and are more effective for longer run. However they come with a price. So
when the budget for laying fence is low, a wooden or vinyl fences are often preferred.
Before you install a fence, ask yourself the reason for installing it. Whether it is meant to safeguard children or pets
then the basic chain-link fence would suffice. However to to block noise or add privacy, installation of tall and solid
close board fence will be required. Whatever is the purpose, a fence can function in many ways, but the first step is
to decide what you're looking for.

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