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How to Choose Your Fence Panels

If you are looking for tips on how to choose your fence in Sheffield, then this is the right article for you. To make an informed decision, you can find information about the different sizes and types of fences in this article. The purpose of fencing is to give a boundary, to reduce the noise and secure the premises. All the suggested panels in this article will serve the above purposes very well. Some of these panels easier to construct than others. 1. Waney Edge Fence Panels Waney edge panels also known as the overlap panels are the perfect solution for those seeking a low budget fence. These are made by expert fence fitters from renewable timber. The tempting finish that ages with time makes these panels a common choice for people. The panels can last for up to 15 years free of maintenance and can also be stained to your preferences. 2. Feather Edge Panels Those looking up for a sturdy long lasting fence can find a solution in feather edge fences. The extra strength this design provides makes it ideal for family gardens that can take the beating of several games. An added advantage that feather fence panels have is that you can have a double sided fence giving your neighbors the same fence. Fences can be laminated to help endure the weather and sun. 3. Trellis Panels Trellis garden panels are the common choice for people seeking a decorative fence for their garden. Fixed panels create screens and dividers in the outdoor space keeping the fence interesting at the same time. Hand finished and handmade classic pens come in different varieties of timber, styles and sizes. The finishes can be painted, stained or left to the weather. None the less these fences will last and be admired for a long period of time. Trellis panels generally add interest and dimension to outer spaces. They are ideal for screening around swimming pools providing enough shielding. They also act as wind breaks and provide more security and privacy. 4. Picket Fencing If you are seeking the ideal fence for defining boundary, keeping pets or children and yet have an aesthetic appeal, spaced picket fencing should be your choice. Picket fences are generally short and allow a visibility of the outer surroundings. This fence is generally the preference of the middle class because of its decorative and functional appeal. The low level fence can be used to make boundaries in front gardens or partitions between paces such as pool and children’s playing areas. 5. Hit and Miss These fences get their name from the alternatively fixed panels in turn on the back and front. They create a unique hit and miss pattern where both sides look the same giving your neighbors a good view as well as yourself. Hit and miss panels can be used with slotted jackpots. They also allow wind to pass through. Stopping your fence from falling down in windy weather conditions. These fences look best with all-round timber made to last for years. 6. Closeboard Fencing These wooden fencing panels are formed using vertical feather-edge boards, each of which overlap partially and is fixed on different rear supporting wooden rails. These are mostly used to screen boundaries due to their robust properties. To protect against rot, the timber can be dip treated and fitted with a cap at the top. These fences provide excellent security, durability and strength at an affordable price. 7. Fancy Panels Fancy panels generally include altered panels that are made to stand out from the crowd. The modifications range from shape to environmental sustainability. This means that fancy panels can only be bought from sustainable and well- managed resources regulated through forestry control. 8. Bespoke Fencing These include beautiful solid garden fencing panels are hand-made to customize the sizes. They are available in different attractive timber species and finishes. The fences are customizable as per preference and can be used as is or fitted with trellis. Such a fence provides an advantage of eliminating odd uneven boundary panels. For Fencing in Sheffield Call Craig on 0114 303 1750



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