Home ownership comes with a large number of choices to be made. Whether you have a home with a large or small backyard, enclosing it is something to think about. Depending on zoning regulations in your area, most backyards are allowed fencing. In fact, zoning committee experts in the U.S. estimate that between 80 and 90% of the applications they receive are for outdoor privacy fences. But what are the advantages of installing a privacy fence?
Shelter: The elements can wreak havoc on your yard and home. An outdoor privacy fence will protect your garden and backyard from the wind while also providing shade from the sun (depending on the positioning of the fence and your home).
Decoration: A well-kept fence instantly adds character to a home. Wooden fences can be stained and painted any color, adding a hint of style to your backyard. Aside from the aesthetic appeal, a fence will improve the cub appeal of your home. You can also expect a 65% return on investment.
Protection: While the elements can present a real issue, unwanted guests on your property are a much more serious problem. With an outdoor privacy fence, your home is protected from humans or animals entering your property without your permission.
Maintenance: As a homeowner, you already have plenty of chores and home improvement projects that need to be taken care of. With a wooden privacy fence, required maintenance is minimal. A couple coats of varnish will keep untreated wood safe from the elements. For an aluminum fence, loose fasteners can be tightened quickly with little effort.
Noise: Do you have noisy neighbors? Is there constantly construction going on in your neighborhood? A fence can help that. It acts as a sound barrier, keeping unwanted noise out of your yard, ideal for when you are relaxing outside.
There are many uses for a fence, including protection, privacy, boundaries for pets and decoration. Outdoor privacy fences also provide an extra layer of seclusion from nosy neighbors. With an estimated 99,939 fencing companies in the U.S., finding a local fence contractor to install your privacy fence or gate shouldn’t be difficult. In fact, you’ve already found one. Privacy fences happen to be one of our specialties. Contact us today to learn more.