Types of Fencing
Lap panel fences are purchased in panels and can either be attached to wooden fence posts or simply slotted into groves on concrete posts. This is a very cost-effective option and provides privacy with a verysecure boundary to your property
EXCELLENT FOR PROVIDING PRIVACY AND ARE CONSTRUCTED WITH OVERLAPPING VERTICAL FEATHER EDGE BOARDS. THESE FENCES ARE STRONG AND USUALLY UPWARDS OF 5 FEET TALL WHICH MEANS THEY ARE PERFECT FOR CREATING A SECURE AND PRIVATE BOUNDARY.
Picket fences are easily identifiable by their neat, evenly spaced vertical boards and are generally used as a decorative boundary. They don’t provide privacy but do mark out a boundary clearly and provide a safe area for children and larger pets to play in.
Post and Rail
Generally used on farms and livery yards to provide a secure and strong boundary for larger animals. The structure is basic, but attractive when done well, and can be combined with pig or chicken wire to keep in (or out) smaller animals.
Is very flexible and has many uses. Trellis added to the top of an existing fence provides a deterrent for burglars as it will not hold their weight. Trellis can be attached to the side of fencing for climbing plants, or to create distinct spaces or areas within your garden.
Panel with Concrete Posts
Using concrete posts and gravel boards extend the life of your fence significantly, but at a higher cost. Closeboard fences are excellent for providing privacy and are often used in rear gardens, especially as many places have height restrictions on front aspect boundary fencing.