When you install a new fence on your property, it’s important to consider how much maintenance it is going to need before you buy. You want to ensure your new fence looks great, functions well and will hold up to anything that is thrown at it. From the weather and kids playing, to algae and rust, there are more things that can affect your fence than you might realise.
Owning your own home is a dream come true for many. Whether you dream of a suburban paradise or a country cottage, the feeling of holding the keys to your very own home is one of sheer joy. And once the keys are in your hand, you can start to put your stamp on your new property with your favourite colour combinations, fencing for the yard and that perfect lawn you’ve always wanted.
Having a small garden with limited space is all the more reason to do what you can to enjoy your green area. When you only have limited space, you want to make sure that it’s as private as possible and that you do what you can to ensure your family, including your pets, are safe. Timber fencing can be a great addition to a small garden as it not only provides privacy and security for you and your family but it can also offer protection from the elements.
These days, a fence can be used to add a whole new dimension to your garden, whether you grow things up it or through it, hang things off it, or a combination of all three. To give you some inspiration, we’ve dug up some stunningly simple vertical garden ideas to turn your fence into a talking point.
Christmas is a crazy time of year with backyard BBQ’s, Christmas parties and New Year celebrations. It is also the time of year that unfortunately many homes get broken into. The appeal of having so many new items (Christmas presents) makes our homes a target for burglars. Read more
Gardens are the perfect sanctuary for animals. Amazing Fencing discusses a few ideas to turn your garden into a haven for household pets and wildlife alike. Read more