The Best Fencing Options to Suit Traditional Style Properties

Are you renovating a traditional or Federation style property? A new fence is the ideal way to finish off the look and tie everything together.

There are so many different types of fencing styles on the market these days, so it can make things a little difficult when it comes time to deciding which is the best option for your particular property.

 

Here at Amazing Fencing, we’re the specialists when it comes to finding the best fence to suit our client’s needs, budget and the aesthetic of their property.

Our expert team has decided to put together a simple outline of some of our top fencing choices for older, traditional or Federation style properties:

Colonial Timber Fencing:

Naturally beautiful and easily customisable, timber fencing is regularly a popular choice for owners of traditional style homes. There are many different types of timber fencing options available, all offering their own benefits. One of the most popular choices for our clients seeking a colonial look is often the classic white picket fence.

 

Here at Amazing Fencing, we design and construct a huge variety of different colonial fencing options that are all customisable when it comes to their decorative pickets or post tops. Our colonial fencing options are perfect for bringing an extra touch of elegance to residential and commercial properties.

Being timber, a colonial fence also provides you with the flexibility to easily paint and refresh the look entirely whenever you feel like it.

Lapped Timber Fencing:

Another top choice we often see owners of traditional properties opt for is the classic lapped or lapped and capped style. Lapped fencing is great because it brings simplicity to any space and because of this, it will effortlessly complement any property type. If you’re seeking a more sophisticated look, we recommend the lapped and capped style.

 

Similar to standard lapped fencing, lapped and capped is finished off with a rail on top which is known as the ‘cap’. This particular type of fence is the perfect option when adding an element of classic style to the exterior of any residential or commercial property—particularly those seeking a traditional finish.

Customise your lapped fencing to the height of your choice—great for improving both security and privacy.

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Building from scratch or renovating an older property—if you’re seeking a traditional look, one of our timber fencing options is always a great choice.

If timber isn’t your thing, we also install a huge range of steel fencing options including Colorbond and PermaSteel.

For more information or to arrange your free quote—get in contact with our expert team at Amazing Fencing today.

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