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Making The Right Choice For Your Home: 4 Different Types of Fences

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“What type of fence is best for my home?” This is a question that many homeowners ask themselves when they are trying to decide what style to choose. There are so many choices out there, and it can be hard to figure out which one will fit your needs the best. In this article, we break down five different types of fences, with pros and cons for each. We hope you find this helpful in making your decision.

 

– “Wooden fences are a great choice for homeowners who want to add some privacy and security” says Jim from Orlando Fencing. “They can be painted or stained, so they will match any style of home that you have in your neighborhood”. The downside is the upkeep: it requires regular painting/staining as well monthly checks on posts (to make sure no termites infestations happen).

 

– Chain link fencing offers an affordable option with good visibility from both sides; this type also has low maintenance costs because there’s not much required other than occasional cleaning if necessary.  However, it isn’t the most aesthetically pleasing option.

 

– Razor wire provides excellent protection against intruders but does require more care when installing due time spent checking wires every month. It is not a good choice for a residential setting.

 

– Welded mesh metal fence panels provide maximum strength while still being aesthetically pleasing. It is a good choice for those who want to have the best of both worlds.

 

Wood fencing can be expensive because it requires high maintenance costs due time spent checking wires each month; this type isn’t recommended in residential settings either! It does provide maximum strength while still being aesthetically pleasing though which makes up its price point when compared with other types suchs welded mesh metal fence panels or chain link. This style has been around since ancient times and can suit both modern and traditional homes.

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