Living fence come in many shapes and sizes but before choosing zoning and homeowner’s association rules establish a check on your property and in your neighborhood. They sometimes set the style, size, and placement, or if attaching portion of a page even allowed in the area at all. Some cities require fences set up a few feet from property lines. Once you know all the rules you’ll be on your way to choosing fence styles for your home plan.
The purpose of the living fence this is when you consider the style of the fence thinking about what you want the fence to be done. Fence is intended to keep pets and children in the yard, its privacy, or to secure the pool, or is it just to add style and texture to your yard? Once you know this you will be ready to pick your style fence: privacy, semi-privacy, or decorative.
Style living fence is usually made of solid panels and high at eye-level or higher. Semi-privacy fence panels usually have a solid and perhaps some lattice work on the top, or a shadow box style where individual fence panels alternate on both sides of the board support. Decorative picket fence has helped to keep children and pets safely inside the yard. Another option is to grow naturally, or life, fence.