Beth Kelly. Fence. June 29th , 2018.
Wrought iron fencing is the most usual and familiar type of fences that are made of metal. This practice has been used for hundreds of years. But only those who had the means could purchase a wrought iron fence. In the early 1900's, wrought iron lost its ranking as the most common type of fence. More recently, it is becoming fashionable to have a wrought iron fence.
Fencing is at the crux of American homeownership. The vast majority of homes, young and old, rural and urban, utilize some type of fencing on the property. Fences serve a variety of purposes, from privacy to security to landscape appeal. And just as uses for fencing vary, so do the materials available for fence building. Wood, vinyl, aluminum, and iron fencing are all popular fencing materials. Each material has its own range of styles and grades.
Privacy fences serve to provide the homeowner with seclusion and an intimate setting in the back or front yard. Usually six to eight feel tall, privacy fences are common in both urban and suburban environments.
Chain-Link Fencing: The most common of types of fencing, chain-link can be utilized to safely divide boundaries, protecting children and pets as well as others for commercial and residential security. It is ideal for constructing kennels for dogs or other animals. Chain-link fencing is easy to build and install.
Privacy fences have become one of the most ubiquitous neighborhood fence styles. A basic solid style cedar fence combines coveted seclusion from neighbors with a clean, simple look. When it's repeated in yard after yard, however, privacy fencing can become a bit monotonous.
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