Fence. Wednesday , July 11th , 2018 - 14:19:00 PM
Cedar's a popular option because it's more durable than pine and it looks great. But even with a cedar fence, be sure to seal it after installation. You'll see a lot of pine and cedar used in residential fencing with the exception of split rail fencing, which uses harder woods like locust and hemlock. Woods are used in almost every style of fencing, from a small picket to a very tall privacy fence.
The style of the fence Privacy fences are typically constructed of solid panels and are a height at eye-level or higher. Semi-privacy fences usually have solid panels and maybe some lattice work at the top, or there is shadow box style where individual fence panels alternate on either side of the support boards. Decorative fences have pickets which help to keep children and pets safely inside the yard. The other option is to plant a natural, or living, fence. These can be created out of arborvitaes or some other tall hedge bush. They offer privacy as well as being good at absorbing sound.
Quality Temporary Fencing - Even though this is less of an investment than a permanent fence, look for quality materials and installation.
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