Corrugated metal fence – A combination block wall and metal fence offers a unique way to separate your garden from rest of your lawn. While fence will not keep out bugs and pests, it can hold out some small animals that chew through your plants or feed your vegetables. Before installing fence, dig a small trench through soil underneath, which puts blocks a little below surface of ground. When mouse or rabbit is trying to reach out to garden, encountering animals solid blocks. Metal top gives fence a whimsical look.
A modern-looking option is corrugated metal fence. A metal plate set in a wooden frame is a little softer than pure metal and offers an elegant and modern feel. It is also a good background for hanging and potted flowers and plants. This kind of fences should not be placed where it gets direct sunlight because it will reflect light and heat, making your outdoor space uncomfortable. Make sure that it is galvanized for durability in outdoor conditions.
Protective fences with certain areas of your yard off-limits to others. Consider using a combination of fence and wall around a pool, hot tub or other water feature. Stack blocks several feet high that keeps small children from climbing over top and gain access to inside. Corrugated metal fence top lets in sunlight, keeping blocks from dominates area. Keep in mind that cities regulate pool fence and this type of fence cannot be legal in your city.