Let’s suppose that you’ve spent the last six months arguing with your HOA over the look of your residential fence. One sticking point could be that it doesn’t match all of the other fences on your street or across your entire neighborhood. If that’s the case, then you’ll probably be instructed to tear down your existing fence and have a new one installed in its place. So if you are searching for some stylish new fences to put around your yard as December ends, then you’ve come to the right place for some useful advice!
Wooden fences are a staple feature of many communities across the country. They are affordable and versatile, which explains why they are so popular. However, they are pretty high-maintenance; without regular upkeep, they can decay and fall apart faster than their counterparts made of tougher materials. Even so, you can put up boundaries around your yard without being too off-putting at the same time.
The second type of fence we’ll talk about today is known as the ornamental fence. They are meant to a decorative statement – improving curb appeal is the name of the game. Although they are markedly more expensive than wooden fences, the fair tradeoff is that they don’t call for as much maintenance as their cousins. All you have to do is wipe them down when they get dirty so that their beauty isn’t tarnished.
Maybe you have a vinyl fence on your property and maybe you don’t. Well, in any case, you could always consider putting one up at least to minimize the ugly appearance of the toolshed in your backyard. Or maybe cover up the area where you keep recycling or trash before it can be picked up by the county!
Finally, let’s take a few minutes to discuss chain-link fences. Although you might see it put up in your rental community (to keep dogs from escaping and harassing your neighbors, let’s say) more often than not these fences are set up around industrial parks and other locations that need a bit more protection than the average household.
Hercules Fence of Virginia Beach
Call Hercules Fence of Norfolk and Virginia Beach for your fencing needs. We have decades of experience in the fencing industry and can offer you the best in ornamental steel, chain link, wooden fences, and more. Our dedicated teams of fencing professionals are highly trained, skilled, and experienced in providing quality fence installations of any type. We’ll work with you to find a fence that best suits your needs and budget.
Contact Hercules Fence of Virginia Beach at (757) 321-6700, drop-in, or contact us on our website to learn more about fall and winter fence construction! You can keep up to date with offers and information from Hercules Fence of Virginia Beach on Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, and Twitter.