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Wooden fences

Wooden fences are the oldest solutions to delimit the territory, but still retain indisputable charm today: thanks to the use of natural materials, the fences blend harmoniously with the surrounding environment without constituting a strong break with the environment. green environment as it could be in the presence of metal gates and fences. If chosen carefully, on the contrary, the fences can constitute an added value for the house that they will delimit, enhancing even more the aesthetic impact of the entire area. The wooden fence is usually used to demarcate private property from public space, both for gardens and for vegetable gardens or agricultural land. It can also be installed to create an animal enclosure, or to divide the garden according to the intended use of its individual parts. In this way it will also create a protective barrier, even if usually the dimensions of the fence are not particularly large and the prevailing function remains the delimiting one and, as a direct consequence, of aesthetic enhancement.

The material


Being made of wood, the fences offer all the charm and all the advantages of a natural material that fits into the surrounding space and blends with it. Natural and artificial elements thus integrate perfectly and the result is a balanced and pleasant environment also to the eye. Precisely as a natural element, however, wood can be subject to deterioration over time, particularly if continuously exposed to sunlight and rain. For this reason the wood used to give life to the fences is carefully treated and coated with special protective paints; it is also possible to choose colored fences or to paint them, or to keep the wood in its natural color. The choice of the type of wood to be used to make the fence may vary depending on the territory: it is preferable, in fact, to choose a material naturally present in the area, both to obtain a more natural effect and to reduce the environmental impact. The combination with the type of wood that is present in the garden and in the facade of the house, if it has been used, as well as in the furnishing of the outdoor space, in particular if it is very present, should also be evaluated. In this way it will be possible to avoid the combination of too many different materials that would give life to a chaotic space, while with the use of materials naturally present in the area, transport costs and environmental impact will also be reduced. choose a material naturally present in the area, both to obtain a more natural effect and to reduce the environmental impact. The combination with the type of wood that is present in the garden and in the facade of the house, if it has been used, as well as in the furnishing of the outdoor space, in particular if it is very present, should also be evaluated. In this way it will be possible to avoid the combination of too many different materials that would give life to a chaotic space, while with the use of materials naturally present in the area, transport costs and environmental impact will also be reduced. choose a material naturally present in the area, both to obtain a more natural effect and to reduce the environmental impact. The combination with the type of wood that is present in the garden and in the facade of the house, if it has been used, as well as in the furnishing of the outdoor space, in particular if it is very present, should also be evaluated. In this way it will be possible to avoid the combination of too many different materials that would give life to a chaotic space, while with the use of materials naturally present in the area, transport costs and environmental impact will also be reduced. as well as in the furnishing of the outdoor space, in particular if it is very present. In this way it will be possible to avoid the combination of too many different materials that would give life to a chaotic space, while with the use of materials naturally present in the area, transport costs and environmental impact will also be reduced. as well as in the furnishing of the outdoor space, in particular if it is very present. In this way it will be possible to avoid the combination of too many different materials that would give life to a chaotic space, while with the use of materials naturally present in the area, transport costs and environmental impact will also be reduced.

Fence and gates


The purchase of a fence usually also involves the purchase of a gate to be used for entry and exit, thus avoiding simply leaving an open space and thus ensuring greater safety. The gate can be selected together with the fence, or purchased separately, especially if it involves interventions to be done at different times, for example a late replacement of a gate that has deteriorated over time. In this case, the choice is extremely wide and, even if the model equal to the fence is no longer present on the market, it will still be possible to identify the most suitable structure to fit seamlessly inside the fence. The gate can be in wood, preferably of the same type, or in another material, which, however, reflects the general style of the present fence. It is important that the necessary measurements are made before purchasing, to avoid purchasing an unsuitable product or one that requires profound changes to the existing structure. If, on the other hand, the purchase is made at the same time, it is possible to take some more freedom, possibly adapting the opening of the fence or fence to the dimensions of the gate if they exceed or do not reach the standard ones.

The positioning


The fence is usually inserted to delimit the perimeter of one’s land or green space in various ways. Before purchasing, therefore, it is essential to already have a clear idea of ​​the path on which it will have to develop and carry out all the necessary measurements. The purchase can thus be made precisely based on the length of the perimeter. Since the fence must constitute a stable and safe protection element, the positioning plays a fundamental role: the correct anchoring in the ground will guarantee the structure the right solidity even in case of bad weather and over the years. The bases must in fact be carefully anchored to the ground, or in case of positioning on concrete or high hard material be welded to it.

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