Mom in Training: 3 Options You Have for Fencing Your Property in Perth

November 25, 2014

3 Options You Have for Fencing Your Property in Perth

There are many reasons why home and business owners choose to add fencing to their property. Often times it’s a combination of several factors, including privacy, security, and appearance. Since these factors are all worthy of consideration, it’s important that the fencing you choose for your Perth home or business addresses each of them. You have many options for your fencing needs, but here are three specific designs that you may want to consider for your fencing.  

1. Steel Fencing. Steel fencing is extremely popular for people who want a type of fence that will last for ages and can hold up to the extreme weather. Steel fencing will not, typically, offer excessive privacy, in that people on the street can look in, through the fencing. However, a steel fence is a great way to ensure that your property is protected. If visual privacy isn’t your biggest concern, then it’s quite possible that steel fencing is your best option.

2. Colourbond With Lattice Top. On the other hand, let’s say that visual privacy is extremely important to you. Then you simply can’t go wrong with colourbond with lattice top fencing. This type of fence will give you significant visual privacy. Furthermore, the lattice top offers a decorative touch. Often installed as white, the fence is a significant barrier from outdoor elements but is capable of blending into your yard and surroundings, so that it doesn’t stick out like a sore thumb. Many folks who have dogs choose this type of fence. It prevents the dogs from being able to jump over the fence, and prevents them from being overly stimulated from the environment outside of your yard.

3. Steel gate and Infills. Is appearance your number one concern when it comes to fencing your Perth home or business? The popular choice is a steel gate with infills. Capable of being built right into stone, not only is this type of fencing built to last, but it’ll add value and class to your home. It’s not all about looks, however, with steel gates and infills. While not built as high as other fencing, and not providing the visual privacy of some fences, steel gates and infills will keep out unwanted guests, particularly if you choose to add a lock to the gate.

Your fencing says a lot about you and your home or business. You want something that’s practical and functional. But how do you know which fencing is right for your needs? Lattice and Screens offers a full inventory of fencing styles in Perth to accommodate every need. Learn more by visiting http://latticeandscreens.com.au/.

2 comments:

  1. We just moved to a new house and are considering fencing options, so this is really helpful.

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    1. I was reading about this type of fencing that is called colorbond fencing. I think the fence isn't placed in until you decide on what you want. It is just a way to see what fencing you want before actually putting it in there. http://www.altoagencies.com.au

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