A garden fence net certainly represents an economic and functional solution. The net must be plasticized to withstand the various climatic conditions, in mountain and marine areas, it must be supported by wooden or iron poles which are also plasticized. This type of fence must be adorned and softened with vegetation, it is necessary to plant a hedge with thin leaves that completely enter the mesh of the net, covering it. You can also plant evergreen creepers, to always check with an effective pruning, the woody branches of these plants could in fact damage the mesh of the fence. The bushes in addition to performing an ornamental function, will help integrate the fence into the surrounding environment in all seasons.
For a do-it-yourself fence it is advisable to use rustic fences available on the market in various shapes and sizes, ready to be installed, with wooden posts and a metal or pvc mesh, made with materials suitable for exposure to external temperatures. . These fences are very practical and easy to assemble, care must be taken to fix the posts deep in the ground. If there is enough space in the garden, an effective do-it-yourself solution will be to create a small hill with earth coming from the excavation of the house or purchased, thus creating an elevated area of about one meter with two trees planted on either side and a grassy lawn, which guarantees privacy and intimacy. Concrete fences necessarily require the intervention of an external company for installation.
There is a wide choice of prices for the garden fence based on the type of material, the shape and the function that the fence will have to perform. They range from simple bamboo rods that cost from 10 to 30 euros per square meter, to the most artistic fences in iron, wood or PVC mesh. The wooden fences cost around 100 euros per square meter and are made up of poles, vertical wooden beams, and crossbars, the horizontal palisades. The type of wood most used is pine suitable for an outdoor fence. Wrought iron is obviously one of the most expensive materials, the price also depends on the decorative motifs of the bars, the cost reaches about 200 euros per square meter. The concrete wall is cheaper, the price of which varies depending on the height but generally does not exceed 30 euros per square meter.
The fencing of the gardens has a functional and aesthetic value and must therefore be adapted to the environment in which the house is located. If the house is located in an alpine or mountain area, indicate a low wooden fence to let your gaze wander over the landscape; the wooden crosspieces of various heights are also perfect as a fence for rustic gardens, because they enhance the turf, the rock garden and the flowering plants. For a classic garden we recommend a fence formed by a brick or stone wall with pillars arranged at regular intervals and wrought iron. If the fence must above all guarantee the safety of the dwelling, it will be advisable to create a high wall covered by a thick vegetation of shrubs with evergreen foliage.
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