Wooden fences are an integral part of American culture. When you think of the 4th of July, you think of cookouts spent with family and friends and fireworks enjoyed from the safety of a beautiful wooden picket fence. When it comes down to it, wooden fences have a unique sort of beauty. A natural sort of beauty. Wooden fences’ natural touch invoke a love of nature without ever having to subject oneself to the great outdoors. Wooden fences come in many shapes, colors, and sizes– not just in the form of the fabled white picket fence– each one of them a palisade worthy of perfecting your yard’s natural beauty.
An asset to the frugal homeowner, wooden fences are the least pricey fences you can buy. There are many different kinds of wood, which vary in price and grade. You can choose which one best accommodates your financial threshold, allowing for a variety of styles for varying ranges of expense. Even the most spartan wooden fences look good and have that all-American quality feel to them. All wooden, all budget-friendly, all-American. All wonderful additions to a lawn’s aesthetical value.
Ease of Installation
Wooden fences require very little time for setup. Most wooden fences, when installed by a professional, can be finished in as little as three days. If you are a homeowner in need of a quick fence installation, wooden fences are a good fit for the time investment needed. Wooden fences can be used to protect against elements that might prove hazardous to your lawn, be it to prevent a pet’s digging in the flower garden or to prevent the neighborhood kids from loitering about or playing games where they don’t belong. Whatever the reason, if you ever find yourself in need of quick protection for your house, wooden fences are a good match for the occasion.
Ease of Repair
In addition to being easily installed, wooden fences are easily repaired, too. For some forms of fencing, if a part breaks off, it could mandate the replacement of the entire fence. This is not the case for wooden fences. Wooden fences are joined together by segments whose separate parts can easily be connected to each other, even after an originating part has been removed. If part of your fence falls prey to rot, for instance, you can remove the rotten segments and replace them with fresh parts.
Flexibility of Design
There are many different styles of wooden fences. You have the traditional picket fence, the elegant gothic-point fence, convex fencing, concave fencing… the list goes on. There are many different styles to choose from, allowing you to pick the fashion of fence that best works for you. Should you desire a traditional fence with an emphasis on practicality in regard to keeping unwanted guests from showing up in your yard, a fence whose planks are fit tightly together, such as a stockade fence might work well for you. If you want a fence with space in-between the pickets in order to see beyond the fence, a picket fence might work best.
Whatever the case, we’d be happy to help you discover the perfect fence for your preference. Feel free to call our phone (1-800-221-6425) or at one of our convenient locations in Swainsboro, Vidalia, Statesboro, or Sandersville.