pergola. Tuesday , June 13th , 2017 - 06:59:09 AM
There are a variety of different fence options available on the market. I'm focusing here on two broad categories. Underground electronic fencing, and the type of fence that is made from wood or chain link and encloses a portion or all of the yard. You will need to check into zoning ordinances, neighborhood and condo association guidelines and regulations regarding permits as a first step in determining what your choices are. In many planned developments like subdivisions and condominium communities, there are strict rules in place that will narrow your options. You will typically be investing a thousand dollars or more, so you do not want to find out after the fact that your new fence must be taken down.
Make sure you look in the opposite direction of the ground also - up! Trees with low branches on your property (or your neighbors) might need to be trimmed before your fence can be built. Some might even be right in your fence line and need to be removed. Tree roots can also be a headache for the contractor and should be considered.
Metal arbors and pergolas are probably the most durable and long-lasting choice. In terms of their design and style, many have an almost gothic appearance, and they tend to mesh well with wrought iron gates and fences. There are many types of metal to choose from, including iron, steel, and aluminum. Depending on the type of metal chosen, you may encounter rust on the structure over time. A good powder coat paint finish will slow this process. Aluminum can be a good choice because it will not rust like steel, and it is also lightweight and extremely durable.
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