Many different materials can be used for fence installation. Here, you will have to keep in mind the climate as well as the overall aesthetics of your property. Let us check the various material options available today so that you will be able to make an informed decision regarding the installation of a new fence on your property.
The humble white wooden picket fence is part of western folklore. Wood is both highly attractive and also the most classic material that you can use to make your fence. Some of the more common wood types include teak, cedar and redwood. Fences made from these wood types have been known for centuries for their durability, toughness, and longevity. Bamboo fences are also a good eco-friendly option since they grow very fast.
These fences are a combination of wood fibers intermixed with plastic. They look like wood, but they also have the durability of plastic, thus enabling you to enjoy the best of both worlds. Such a fence in impervious to the weather and it won’t warp or rot as like wood. Moreover, composite fences are much more resistant to termites and other bugs.
This is a relatively inexpensive budget option that can work as well as all other fencing materials but at a significantly lesser cost. However, it is not as attractive as a composite or a pure wood fence.
These fences cost the most, but they are also some of the most beautiful and durable options around. A vinyl fence is very easy to clean and virtually maintenance-free. If installed properly, your vinyl fence can easily last for over three decades.
All of these fencing materials are great for your property and they will look good and last a long time. Ultimately, you will have to make a decision based on your budget and personal preference.