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Reclaimed wood fencing

It might not be something that would spring to your mind when you are designing your garden, but it is something that you will swiftly notice if you have got it wrong. Your fencing should not grab the limelight, but if the fence is wrong it will be one of the first things that come to your attention.

There are so many options available that you will need to spend some serious time looking at the possibilities. Whatever your style or budget there is the perfect fence which will complement your garden. Rather than buying a brand new fence, using reclaimed wood is the environmentally friendly choice. This can also be a very cheap option if you get the wood directly from a salvage yard or similar, and it will be completely unique.

A much quicker and easier alternative is to use ready made wood panels. These come with a range of different finishes depending on the style you are aiming for. These can be cheap, and take no time to install.Metal is a material that will prove to be more durable and more secure than even the hardest woods. These will never rot and can withstand a very strong wind.

If money is no object, then bespoke carpentry can provide you with a very sophisticated style of an incredible quality. If you get it right the first time, these fences can stay with you for as long as the garden does.

Privacy is one reason that many people get fences. If you simply want to increase your privacy, consider getting trellis to attach to existing fences and covering it with climbing plants such as honeysuckle or jasmine. Not only does this protect your garden from prying eyes, but it will provide a fragrant addition on those beautiful summer days.

 



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