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A bisected garden is a garden that is divided by a right of way, such as a path that allows your neighbours to access their property or get their bins to a kerbside collection point. Such rights of way can make it challenging to choose the right fencing solution, as you need to find a fence that provides privacy and security, but you may also want a view of your garden from your property.
Here are three possible fence types for bisected gardens:
Close board fences are the most private option. They are made of overlapping vertical boards that provide a solid barrier between the pathway access and your garden. Close board fences are also very strong and durable, but they may obstruct the view from your house to your garden.
Picket fences are a more open option than close board fences. They are made of vertical pickets that are spaced apart, allowing plenty of light and air to pass through. Picket fences are a good choice for a clearly marked border with less obstructed views of your garden.
Iron railings are a timeless and elegant option for bisected gardens. They are made of wrought iron or cast iron and can be customised to match any style of home. Iron railings are also very durable and with the occasional coat of paint will withstand the elements for many years.
No matter which fence type you choose, it is important to make sure that it is installed properly. A poorly installed fence can be a safety hazard and can also damage your property.
Some additional factors to consider when choosing a fence for your bisected garden:
Contact Norfolk Prestige Fencing today for a free consultation and quote on your bisected garden fencing project. Call us on 01508 549082 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your requirements.
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