One of the best solutions in improving the exterior of your home is having a boundary present. This will improve the outside in two ways; be aesthetically pleasing and deter unwanted visitors. Careful consideration needs to be made when choosing a garden fence as it plays a large part in the look of your garden.
There are different choices available when choosing your fencing. When deciding which is best suited to you, you need to think of your budget and what benefits you want when installing your new garden fence. Let’s check out the various options available and the benefits of each. This is some fencing Glasgow loves.
Wood Fence Panels Glasgow Loves
A cost effective type of fencing that’s secure and has the added benefit of privacy to your garden is wood fence panels. Usually supplied in tall 6ft x 6ft panels, they’re quite easy to install as they fit between concrete posts that are concreted into the ground. This type of fencing is quick to erect and quite lightweight so installation will not take long.
Picket Fencing Glasgow Loves
If you have a front facing garden then generally this is the type of fencing that is installed. Looking fantastic and offering character and charm it looks great in the right setting.
Hit and Miss Fencing Glasgow Loves
Constructed from vertical timber boards and fitted to horizontal cross rails and set into the ground via the support of timber posts. This fencing is a fantastic alternative to traditional solid wood fence paneling.
Metal Fencing Glasgow Loves
Metal fencing will add something different to your home. Something unique. From vertical bars to fencing that features decorative scroll work, there are several design options available. Proving a high level of security as its stronger than timber. This type requires much less maintenance and upkeep while offering many design options.
A fence will add many features to your outdoor space. Such as privacy, increasing levels of security and adding a real design statement to your Glasgow property. At Priory Bridge we have years of experience in every aspect of this so if you’re looking to give your front or back garden a fresh lease of life then please get in touch via the contact form and we’ll be happy to help.
Stay up to date on the blog and we look forward to hearing from you soon.