Choosing the right fence for you what you want the fence, which depends to do for you. They are for privacy, you need security, you are going to decorate, you need a fence to contain pets or kids or you just have a perimeter demarcation line?
Fence is privacy is in your selection you want something relatively high, with no gaps, durable, but inexpensive. Often you will find that wood fences are all the bases covered for you. You are looking at a typical fence field fence initially on the basis of lowest price and easy installation and height options. Fence panel fences come in heights from 3ft to 6ft, and since the standard width, they are easy to install and maintain over time.
Fence is security is your goal you are looking for a fence with the height, structural strength, but a solid fascia may not be as critical. The best security can be achieved mounted to a rigid fence system on steel poles in heights from 6ft to 8ft, or alternatively a steel palisade fence, which can be purchased up to 3m high.
If decor is your top priority then your decisions are beginning from the least expensive: wooden trellis fence, picket fence, decorative fence panels to many varieties of metal railings. Budget and appearance will be the main determinatives, although generally the more you spend the less destroyable the fence will be. The common measure with declarative mood fences is that they’re usually short on privacy and security, but if, like dividers on your property it applied to be nice additions to the garden. Metal railing fences can provide a degree of security, no privacy and are often the best but most expensive choice for perimeter fences.