Your fence defines the boundaries of your property and allows you to enjoy your yard in privacy and comfort. Your fence shields extreme winds from damaging your home and helps your landscaping efforts thrive.
With spring now in full effect, it’s time to consider how you can use your fence to accentuate your green space and improve the aesthetic of your garden. A fence is a long-term investment; it’s not something homeowners plan on replacing every 5-7 years.
If you’re more interested in planting a flower bed around your fence, rather than have vines grow up your fence posts, there are a couple of things to consider.
You will want to ensure there is enough space between your flower bed and your fence so that you can stain and treat your wood fence without damaging your plants.
Additionally, if you’re looking for a fencing upgrade and don’t plan on growing vines, consider investing in a vinyl fence!
With a multitude of colours to choose from and it being a low-maintenance and cost-effective fence, vinyl can add a unique touch to your landscaping.