It’s important for a fence to be able to define the borders of your property. But this doesn’t mean it can’t look good. Today, fences can accomplish a number of different roles that are not exclusive to creating barriers. They can also be used alongside metal carport kits to separate space for your car in an open yard layout. They can also be used to protect a small garden against pets or other animal intruders. Lastly, they can also be used to round out the overall look of your home’s exterior.
Our fencing experts at Metal Warehouse, Inc. takes a closer look at some of the newer ways modern homes utilize their fences and determine ones that are set to take the exterior remodeling and additions world by storm.
Straight, white, and horizontal, these fences can convey a simple but powerful statement. Modern fences started out as an esoteric trend but have since gained traction and are now growing ever more popular. Steel buildings with clean-cut looks seem to work well with the no-nonsense design sensibilities of an ultra-modern fence, but this is certainly not a limit to its applications.
If durability is what you’re after, then you could do worse than choosing a wrought iron fence. This material has been a staple of Western architecture since its inception. As far as aesthetics go, they are quite the polar opposite of the modern fence design, however, they offer more reliable strength and a much longer life span.
Even an unsightly chain-link fence can look sophisticated with the right amount of climbing ivy. This year, more homeowners are choosing to have their fences covered by English Ivy to soften up the hard look of wrought metal fences. Use plants to obscure some areas in your home such as your carport, a tool shed, or even an outdoor storage shed.
At Metal Warehouse, Inc., we are your leading provider of metal fencing materials, carport kits, and more. Give us a call at (903) 771-2058 or fill out our online contact form to request a free quote today.