If you own a large amount of land, one of the best ways to dress it up is to install a decorative or protective fence. Property owners often choose to fence in their land for the sake of privacy and security as well. Sometimes it can be difficult to know where to start when you have such a large area to cover, though. Do you fence in everything, or just certain parts? Should all of the fencing match, or can you mix things up? If you’re looking into putting up a fence around your estate, check out some of these great ideas.
Obviously, you have the option of placing a fence around the perimeter of your whole property. One of the benefits of this is that your landline will be clearly marked, and you can help deter trespassers, wild animals, and more. You can either use a tall privacy fence or a shorter decorative one depending on the function you want. The only drawback to this approach is that it will be the most expensive, simply because you’ll have more land to cover. You can offset the cost by going with an affordable fencing option such as wood— this is also a very attractive choice, especially for rural homes.
Another way to go is fencing in your immediate front yard, back yard, or both, but leaving the rest of your property open. This is a good way to divide things up if you have a landscaped yard but more wild-grown land elsewhere. A fenced-in back yard is a great place to play with pets and visit with family in a large but private space. Likewise, a short decorative fence in your front yard will dress up your property and draw attention to your home without blocking the view. This way, the majority of your land will still be open, but your home itself will be set apart. This is a good option if you enjoy driving ATVs across your land and don’t want the headache of going around a fence whenever you leave your property.
If you have a certain part of your land that you would like to accent, a fence is a great way to do that. For example, you can place a decorative fence along the sides of your driveway or around the perimeter of a flower bed. This helps to set the fenced area apart from the rest of your yard, turning it into a decorative focal point. Using short fences keeps your yard from looking divided, allowing you to fully appreciate the total expanse of your property.
No matter what part of your land you’re planning to fence in, visit Central Fence today for a price quote and to find the fencing option that’s perfect for you!