Fence Retail in 17072 Zip Code
Types of Retail Fences

Price, functionality and design all come into play when choosing a retail fence. Common fencing material includes brick and mortar, chain link, vinyl, wood and wrought iron. Let's take a look at these options.

  • Brick and Mortar – Brick and mortar fences are generally high-end and provide top-notch privacy. But they are not always expensive or difficult to install. Building a brick and mortar fence for your garden is a relatively simple project.
  • Chain Link – A simple chain link fence is an affordable choice if your main priorities are for child and pet safety and to ward off intruders. Consider purchasing mesh that is coated in vinyl if you don’t want to worry about the metal rusting.
  • Pet-safety Fences – “Invisible” underground fences send a radio signal to your dog’s corresponding collar. This method will require some training. For example, you will have to teach your dog about the placement of an “invisible gate.” Smooth-wire electric fences create a shock, which teaches dogs not to venture out of the yard.
  • Vinyl (PVC) – If you want the panel or picket look of wood but don’t want to perform much maintenance, vinyl is a sound choice. Vinyl is more expensive than wood but proves more resistant to aging and damage.
  • Wood – Some of the more popular wood fencing options are panel, picket and post-and-rail. Wood fences are on the lower end of the price spectrum but require more maintenance than most other kinds of fences. They are environmentally friendly.
  • Wrought Iron – Wrought iron fences are expensive and have a beautiful, historic look. This type of fence will provide partial privacy but also show off your home. These heavy-duty and durable fences are common to residential historic districts. Aluminum and ornamental steel are popular alternatives to wrought iron.

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