fence design. Friday , January 05th , 2018 - 10:22:54 AM
Fencing materials come in as many types, styles, and varieties as your imagination can come up with. Stone, brick, and concrete provide optimal protection from intrusion, but require the most labor intensive installations and are often quite expensive. Wood is beautiful and cheap, but requires regular maintenance to maintain its aesthetic quality. Wrought iron fencing sections can be easily installed, and are quite beautiful, but come at a premium. Depending on your needs and budget, you are guaranteed to find a fencing material that is both beautiful and functional.
It’s advisable when looking at white picket fence designs that you choose a style that matches the pitch of your roof. When this style of fencing was first introduced it had sharp edges because it matched the pitch of the colonial style home. When looking at the different options available, you can choose from New England styles to Colonial designs and Cape Cod fencing to square or scalloped finishes. Each one adds a unique finish to your home, creating that visual appeal, security and style that you want to achieve, while adding value to the property. Scalloped is a popular choice with staggered design, adding some flair and fun to the white picket fence design. Once you’ve chosen your option and you’ve found a reputable company that can provide you with a natural wood option that offers a natural finish to your home, you will want to arrange installation, or plan a DIY weekend with a friend, who can help you put up your new item.
The second most common privacy fence design is the shadowbox. This fence starts out like a basic privacy fence that has approximately 2" wide gaps between each picket rather than them being butted together. In addition to having pickets on the outside of the fence, there’s also pickets on the inside of the fence that are spaced approximately 2" apart as well. The gap between the pickets on the inside of the fence are lined up with the center of the pickets on the outside of the fence so that you can’t see straight through the fence. There’s boards (usually 2"x4" in size) that run between the pickets on the outside and the inside of the fence. This causes the fence to have a shadow effect.
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