First up is wood. Of all available fence building material is possibly the most versatile. You can choose from any number of timber types out there and then treat or stain it to make even more beautiful and durable. You will however, have to get a bit of an education on wood types because some will last for only a few years while others will last decades no matter what you do to them. Timber is great for boundary fences as it can be relatively cheap and as the cost of this type of fencing is often shared, it is chosen most often.
Secondly let’s discuss glass fencing. Glass is superb for enclosing swimming pools, balcony fencing and many other places around the home. Glass swimming pool fencing lets you keep an eye on poolside activity and allows you to intervene in case of trouble!
Third, I would like to talk about colorbond fencing. This is another commonly chosen material for boundary fencing between neighbours due to its durability and the fact that bit needs little maintenance. In addition, colorbond fencing looks great too! Colourbond fencing essentially is painted steel with other metals such as zinc and aluminium in the mix. Another reason colorbond is a great choice for boundary fencing is that it looks great on either side of the fence. No more more arguments over who get the “good side”!