Mariana Lucia. fence design. January 21st , 2018.
Fencing comes in many different sizes and styles. They have different colors and different designs. Wood picket fence designs are something that is quite common in many areas of the world. The nice thing about many different kinds of fence is that it creates that boundary while providing a nice decorative piece for the outside of the home. A good fence can increase the value of the home in many neighborhoods. Picket fences are something that are easy to see through, but are still there to prevent people from crossing over their boundaries.
It’s advisable when looking at white picket fence designs that you choose a style that matches the pitch of your roof. When this style of fencing was first introduced it had sharp edges because it matched the pitch of the colonial style home. When looking at the different options available, you can choose from New England styles to Colonial designs and Cape Cod fencing to square or scalloped finishes. Each one adds a unique finish to your home, creating that visual appeal, security and style that you want to achieve, while adding value to the property. Scalloped is a popular choice with staggered design, adding some flair and fun to the white picket fence design. Once you’ve chosen your option and you’ve found a reputable company that can provide you with a natural wood option that offers a natural finish to your home, you will want to arrange installation, or plan a DIY weekend with a friend, who can help you put up your new item.
While the installation of these fencing options may sound basic enough, they can be rather tricky, so ensure you have some understanding of DIY before you begin. The first step is placing one of these items around your home is to choose where to place your first post. This will be in the corner of the property or against the house, depending where you want to start the fencing. It is here where you will have to dig your first post hole. Ensure you have good soil hardness, as it needs to be durable enough to hold the fence in all weather conditions. Dig a deep enough post hole, paying attention to the depth compared to the height of the item. Once you put the first post into place, you will want to ensure it is plumb using a spirit level before you start filling the hole. Compact the soil as you fill, constantly double checking the post is still plumb until the hole is completely filled. The next step is then to use a mason line for the length of the fence to the next post, this will help you ensure you place the pole at the right height and at the right angle. Do the same again until you have completed all the posts needed. Next take the first panel of fencing and slot into place, ensuring it is completely level before screwing it into place.
Fencing can bring about the much needed privacy and security we want in our homes. Not only that, wood fencing in particular, can also give the house and its surrounding landscape the right touch of rustic charm to complete its look. Wood fences come in a variety of styles and wood materials. It is best to keep in mind though, that choosing the right design for a wood fence depends largely on two main factors that a homeowner may be aiming for: the form, or the aesthetic appeal; and the functionality, or the main purpose why you are putting up a fence in the first place.
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