By Alphonso Schmitz. garden fence. Published at Wednesday, January 30th, 2019 - 10:16:33 AM.
Garden fencing is not all about the fence panels and fence posts. A personal touch makes it more attractive. At the same time you should stick closely to the exterior of your home so that the garden fencing matches the aesthetic of the rest of your house.
When attaching the bamboo to the posts, use a drill to make a hole slightly bigger than the nail. This reduces the chance of the bamboo cracking or being crushed.
Whether you want to give your garden a more decorative look or you simply want a protective barrier then fencing is without question a very worthwhile addition to your garden. Garden fencing plays many roles. It defines the boundary of your property, can act as a partition to keep neighbours or unwelcome guests out and children and animals in. Where possible garden fencing should be aesthetically pleasing and attempt to match the architecture of the house and surroundings. Be aware also if there are any bye laws in place that have height restrictions on perimeter Fencing.
Metal is another option when it comes to garden fences, although this option is less popular than it used to be. Metal fencing can be expensive and can rust. It does have the advantage of lasting for many years if properly taken care of, and it can keep animals out of your garden fairly effectively.
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