Fiberglass fence post comes in a variety of styles, colors and designs. Vinyl is by far the most popular material for modular fences but you can find modular composite wood and other fences, as well. This type of fence is easy for do-it-yourself installers, but with most types of modular fences you need some special fence tools and equipment, such as post whole diggers.
Moving Modular Fence
Moving modular fiberglass fences are a great way to create a temporary boundary for an activity. One use of loose modular fences is to set off a garden seating area in your garden. A business-oriented use would be to set up to provide additional outdoor pavement seating for a coffee shop or restaurant. Choose either white or hunter green grille vinyl for moving modular fences. Usually, you need a number of 20-30 inch panels joined by upright posts. Gates are available, but usually not necessary with this type of fence. If you need an opening, you just leave a gap between fence posts.
Decorative Modular Fence
Choose decorative modular obstacles to set off the edge of your property and to use as accent points in the landscape garden. Although there are many styles of decorative module fence available fences and mail and rail fences remain popular in this category. Because most decorative module fence materials are vinyl, it is important that you choose the heaviest vinyl you can afford, not just for fence posts, but for the panels as well. Lighter weight classes of vinyl can sag over time and not withstand any kind of pressure. You can find decorative module fences in a variety of colors. White is common is available with all styles. The fence sections are put in place. Gates finish the fence. Due to the nature of the modular product, you can create a decorative modular fence to surround any area of your home as you like.
Fast Modular Fence
To add privacy to your property or help soundproof you’re outside area, choose a fixed module fence. This type of fence takes the decorative aspect one step further. Instead of the open design of strike or post and rail fence, the integrity of the modular fence has fixed panels between the posts. This fence is usually at least six feet long to give an extra sense of privacy to your property. Some privacy fences allow you to add decorative panels to the top of the solid privacy panels. Vinyl is the most common type of privacy modular fence but you can find varieties of composite wood as well as genuine wood designed as fixed module fencing. Set up privacy fencing in the same way as you set decorative fencing. With the services of cement, you connect modular panels to them. By setting panels near the ground, you can also use this type of fence to keep your pet in your garden.