Fencing styles options
Choosing from the wide range of residential fence options available can be challenging for a novice. With a lot to consider, such as material, durability, size, and style, you should always ensure you don’t leave anything to chance. However, no matter what option you decide to go by, we have all of them.
In Everett, WA, homeowners prefer vast options of style, material, and size for their residential fence needs. This is why at Custom Fence Install, we have worked to ensure we gather all of the options and provide them to you. Here are some options available for you.
Wood Fences: Wood fences offer the best security and privacy than most residential fence options. The style and type of wood for your fence will determine how much it will cost to install them. When you are considering installing a wood fence in your home, you should keep in mind that they are not maintenance-free. Therefore you should ensure you familiarize yourself with different treatment and maintenance options for different wood fences.
Chain Link Fence: While it is not the best option when you seek to improve the curb appeal for your home, a chain link residential fence is one of the most economical options you will ever get. Another great reason you should consider chain link fences is that they are durable and can last years with very little maintenance.
Steel/Aluminum Fence: We have been installing steel and aluminum residential fences for our clients in Everett, WA, for years now. Both aluminum and steel provide attractive and long-lasting residential fence solutions. But if you want a more robust option, you can go for steel, one of the strongest materials.
Vinyl Fence: One good thing about vinyl fences is that they require no maintenance. Since they are five times stronger than wood, they can handle anything from pets to children to cattle. It can also last up to 10 years, but you will have to pay more than other residential fence options.
Wrought Iron Fence: Wrought fences provide the curb appeal most fences will not provide in your home. They also provide an efficient security system and can last for ages if you only keep them away from rust. However, the curb appeal is always traded for privacy since they have spaced pickets.