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Fencing For Driveways: What Are My Options?By admin
Monday, 16 September 2019
At Home Logic, we don’t just specialise in energy-saving home improvements. We also offer a range of wonderful fencing solutions for all types of exterior home improvement.
Our four very different fencing options for driveways can transform your exterior in four very different ways. Whether you’re after enhanced saftey, aesthetics, or a mixture of both, take a look at our four top picks for the best driveway fencing:
Option One: Close Board Fencing
Close board fencing is the ideal solution for safety and privacy in your front garden. Perfect for full driveway enclosure, close board fencing will mean that any outside prying eyes don’t get a chance to get a good look at your driveway.
A highly popular option, you also get an aesthetic appeal with the close board design; it will complement most styles of home and be easily implemented into front and back garden designs for a consistent look.
Option Two: Decorative Fencing
If you’re looking for a fencing solution that is a little more bespoke, then decorative fencing may just be the right option for your landscaping design.
Having a custom fencing design in your garden will certainly seperate your driveway from the crowd and if you opt for a high fence, deliver that ever-important extra privacy and protection.
Trellis fencing is also a great option for a fencing material that doesn’t block out the light and that looks fantastic. This fencing style is normally not as strong as other types, so it might be best reserved for internal fencing to set a boundary between your driveway and the rest of your garden
Option Three: Picket Fencing
Picket fencing is one of those additions that many people imagine having on their dream home, and for good reason. Picket fences can be incredibly beautiful, especially when painted to match the age and style of a property.
Whilst a picket fence is not going to offer the kind of privacy that a close board fence will, it does let in plenty of natural light and is brilliant for marking the boundaries of a driveway to keep children and passers-by off the potentially dangerous surface.
Option Four: Trellis Fencing
Trellis fencing is also a great option for a fencing material that doesn’t block out the light and that looks fantastic. This fencing style is normally not as strong as other types, so it might be best reserved for internal fencing to set a boundary between your driveway and the rest of your garden.
A great additional benefit of trellis fencing is that it’s wonderful for growing plants on, so if you fancy a natural driveway fencing boundary, it’s a top choice.
By adding the resin and constructing the driveway on a stable and strong sub-base, the stone choices available are a lot more decorative than what you’d find in your every day gravel driveway
Looking for a Complete Driveway Makeover? Resin to the Rescue
If you’re searching for the best ways to turn your driveway into more of a featured part of your garden than simply a practical area, then it may be worth considering how you can upgrade your driveway.
At Home Logic, we can help with driveway upgrades alongside new fencing installation. Our driveway material of choice is the highly popular and extremely effective resin bound driveway.
Resin driveways are very different to your standard driveway surface, in that they are constructed from a strong mix of aggregate and clear resin. The resin helps to bind the stones together to create a smooth and crack-free surface.
By adding the resin and constructing the driveway on a stable and strong sub-base, the stone choices available are a lot more decorative than what you’d find in your every day gravel driveway.
You can create any style of driveway with resin, and choose from beautiful traditional stone mixtures or bold and modern combinations, such as:
• Farm House Gold
• Sunset Garden
• Rosso Luna
• Porto Fino
If you would like to enquire further into the range of quality fencing options that we have available at Home Logic, or learn more about our resin bound driveways, then you can contact our team today.
Either give us a call on 0800 1700 636, or submit and enquiry through our website and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible!Related Home Logic Living Articles
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