Fence. Tuesday , July 10th , 2018 - 14:19:22 PM
Component vs. panel Another option to consider is if you'd like a component or panel fence. A component fence is usually wood and is built onsite one piece, or component, at a time which can take a little longer to build but is sometimes preferred since it can more easily follow the natural lay of the land. Panel fences are made of pre-constructed panels. Most metal and vinyl fences are only available as panels and cannot be built onsite. Wood fences sometimes come this way too. Panels can make it easier to build your fence but they do not follow the contours of the land so they have to follow the grade, or curves, in a stair-step manner.
Privacy Fences Privacy fences primarily function as physical barriers between your backyard and the outside world. Many locales have ordinances that limit the maximum height. Generally speaking, however, ideal residential privacy fencing is around six feet high. That is usually sufficient to obstruct both visual and physical access by outsiders. As for frontage style, a vast assortment of privacy fence designs and colors are available from which to choose and create a personalized look. You may even have a fence custom-built to suit any preference or peculiar taste. Another option is online shopping to find attractive and distinctive wood fence designs to recreate. Also note that even though most residential privacy fences are offered in wooden fence designs, other formats may be found as well. Popular alternatives are vinyl and metallic decorative strips that work well for garden fence designs.
Fences come in many shapes and sizes but before selecting one check zoning and homeowners association regulations about building on your property and in your neighborhood. They sometimes regulate style, size, and placement, or if enclosing a portion of the yard is even allowed in the area at all. Some towns require that a fence be set a couple of feet off the property line. Once you know all the regulations you will be on your way to selecting the style of fence for your house plans.
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