Modern horizontal fence to keep unwanted people and animals off your garden, marking property lines is and protecting your privacy. But homeowners also want their fence to be aesthetically pleasing. Wooden fences are available in many different styles to suit different needs. You can choose from several different types of wood to be used in the design. Wood fences are usually made of western red cedar, pine, grasshopper wood, spruce, cedar, cypress and pine.
A long, firm fence, privacy modern fencing works well when you don’t want neighbors or passers-by to look into your garden. Choose pickpockets, which are the individual wooden ribs that make up the fence, with undecorate peaks. Notch corners at the top called dog ears. Striking guards are place vertically. Integrity fence is also available with a grille option where the upper half of the fence is create by a cross and the lower half is fix. Personal privacy fencing looks the same with your neighbor as it does for you, so is good for neighbors. Unfortunately, privacy fencing can also not withstand harsh winds as there is no distance between pickets.
Another fencing option that looks just as good with your neighbor as it makes you shadowbox fencing, offering straight, convex and concave styles. Straight shadowbox fence has boards the same length throughout, while convex shadowbox fence panels curve up and concave shadowbox fence panels downward. The fence is double-sided, with fixed or spaced vertical piles placed on either side down the length of the panels. Shadowbox fences are generally shorter than fence integrity.
Spaced Picket Fences
Available with several different types of post tops, including straight, dog ears and decorative peaks such as Gothic where tops are shaped and scored, spaced apart piles are also generally shorter than privacy fences. The fences can be straight over, or convex or concave. The distance between the vertical posts allows the wind to pass through the fences, which makes fences more able to stand up to harsh winds. This fencing will only look good to your neighbors, as the support posts and rails will be on the side of the fence facing your yard.
Usually seen on country estates, post-and-rail fences consist of horizontal rails nailed to posts. Post-and-rail fences vary widely in height, depending on the number of rails used. The rails allow the wind to move through the fence, but people and animals can easily duck under the lower rail or climb through higher rails.