When it comes to fences, people are usually separated into two camps. Some are very pro-fences and claim that they are essential guardians of privacy, property and also a beautiful exterior decoration element at that. Other people claim the exact opposite – that fences are not cool at all and they only increase the barriers and gaps between us. In this article we’ll try to lay out three weighty arguments why there could be a fence outside your house!
If you have a large, active pet dog, like a husky, you need to know that they must be kept in check. It’s said that once a husky runs away, you’ll never see them again. Such mishaps of letting a dog off the leash or it merely wandering away one afternoon are not that uncommon. With cats there’s also a risk, but not necessarily a large one, like with a husky.
So, in that case a fence is truly a wonderful investment as it allows for the whole family to stay together and keep a better hold on everyone who is important to you!
Whoever says that fences are always distasteful and ugly, really haven’t seen something like a charred wood fence. Wood burning (charring) also acts as a protective measure, guarding wood from the likes of threats such as moisture, fire, pests, etc. Besides, the colour and texture of the wood are significantly enhanced.
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We’re not saying that some neighbourhoods just need fences. We’re saying that homeowners need to stay pragmatic and aware of the current situation. It’s not just theft and vandalism that a fence guards from.
Maybe there’s a school nearby and on their way home kids litter, maybe there’s a common dog walking space and owners leave their dogs’ leftovers so to speak. A fence can help avoid such nuisances.