Planning your property’s fence is the key to a secure and private boundary - you need to understand fence post locations, the number of fence panels required, and how each component will be installed for a long-lasting solution.
Alongside these measurements, markings, and technical plans, you need to understand which fencing materials will offer your property the very best result. But what does this ‘best result’ look like?
When it comes to fencing, there are three main deliverables we tend to base our decision on. These are the aesthetics, durability, and value of the solution.
So, in order to achieve a good-looking, durable, and cost-effective fence, what exactly should you be looking for? Here, we explore what makes a good fencing system to help you understand the difference in quality between your fencing options.
life expectancy of a fence
Everyone loves a bargain, but when you compare the life expectancy of a cheap fence versus a more expensive option, it quickly becomes clear why budget can be real blockage to buying a good fence.
Often, a cheap fence will start to weaken and need replacing in as little as 2-5 years. A more premium option however can last beyond 25. So, by doing a little working out on the numbers, you will find it works out more economical in the long run to go for a better-quality product. After all, you get what you pay for.