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Garden fencing isn't usually about decoration; sometimes you need it for security reasons, to keep unwanted guests off of your property. Two of the sturdiest and most secure types of garden fencing available are the wrought iron fence and the wooden privacy fence. If you are looking for something durable and secure, you will want to consider these choices.
The wrought iron fence is just a pretty typical type of garden fencing and is great for keeping unwanted guests from trespassing. In fact, the fence surrounding the white house could be considered to be a tall black wrought iron fence. When one of my close friends had a pool installed in his home, he was required legally to keep the lawn enclosed. In the end we chose a wrought iron fence because we understood it would be secure and prevent wandering children out of his property and away from the pool. The fence was challenging to climb (most wrought iron fences are) and he used fencing panels for easy installation. Not only is wrought iron garden fencing great for security, but it is also has a very nice appearance. Most wrought iron fences have little frills that make it really ornamental and it is also a fairly neighborly fence in that you can easily see through it.
The other form of durable garden fencing you may want to consider is the wooden privacy fence. This fence is constructed with large wooden panels positioned side by side with no gaps between. This is the kind of fence that you would typically observe pictured in cartoons with a "Beware of Dog" indication. It is great for keeping pets in the lawn as well as keeping trespassers out. This fence also does well visually because of the natural look of the wood. One of the primary differences between the wooden privacy fence and the wrought iron fence is that in addition to being secure and durable fence, Awesome Traditional Garden Fence Supplier Photos, the wooden privacy fence will prevent people from viewing inside of your garden and provides a great deal of privacy (like the name suggests).