Amala Eunice. pergola. May 16th , 2017.
The fence is like the first line of defence. It is a physical barrier. It may occasionally develop a weak point, or even a hole and you may even be able to climb over it with a little effort. It may have a gate or two which might open occasionally, so if you are quick, you can sneak through. For most purposes, this parallels the first line of defence; the skin and mucous membranes. Like the fence they are a physical (or chemical) barrier and like the fence they can occasionally be breached, either through natural openings or by temporary holes which are opened up.
Many individuals use them to adorn entryways to a garden or pathway. An arbour has an arched top and its customary to have vines growing up the trellis work forming the sides of the structure. Hence, this creates a stunning entrance-way to your garden.
Three main types of fencing for residential use are vinyl, wood and aluminum. Although other choices are available, these three are the usual selections, with wood being the most cost-effective. Many people are drawn to the look of wood and it does indeed make a very attractive fence when properly maintained. Of course, wood fences require periodic painting or staining but many people find that a small inconvenience when considering the eye-catching charm of wood.
The second aesthetic effect for wrought iron fences is that the fence would provide and initial and imposing faade to the property. Many artisans nowadays are able to fashion emblems or coat of arms that can be integrated into the over-all design of the fence. When this is done, the wrought iron fence then changes its character from a mere property line protection, but becomes a shield for the inhabitants as the inclusion of the familys emblem of coat of arms makes certain the identity and the pedigree of the home. With the family coat of arms, the fenced in property also changes its character and uplifts itself to the level of castle from mere home.
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