It’s always a big decision when it comes to choosing a fence for your property. Choosing wisely can instantly boost your curb appeal and compliment the design of your house. On the other hand, choosing a fence material that doesn’t fit your overall style can quickly become an eyesore. You also need to think about things from a perspective of functionality too when you choose a fence type.

We want to help you make the right decision for your fence type, which is why we’ve created the following article to help out. Below, you will learn a little bit about some different types of fences and why they might be perfect for your property. If you have any questions about which fence types you should consider or if you’d like to have a fence professionally installed on your property, reach out to Fence Craft of Upland today.

1. Wood

If you are interested in a timeless look and don’t mind putting in a little extra effort to keep up with maintenance, a wood fence is a fine choice. You can create a unique appearance for your property and also use your fence for practical purposes like privacy and keeping your kids safe while they play outside. There are several different types of wood to choose from and you can also select different colors to meet your style needs.

The downside to wood fencing is that you will need to head outside and keep it clean to avoid stains and other damage risks. If you want to skip out on maintenance yourself, keep in mind that you can always hire Fence Craft of Upland to help out.

2. Vinyl

Vinyl fences are another great option to consider for your fence. If you are interested in a low-maintenance option that will fall within most budgets, vinyl is a great choice. You can choose from a ton of different styles and rest easy knowing that your fence is resistant to damage risks like mold and rot. Really the only thing you need to worry about after installing your vinyl fence is washing it off every so often. Any discoloration or dirt can be removed with a hose, which is great news for property owners that want their fencing to look fantastic all year long.

3. Wrought Iron

If you want a fence that is extremely durable and allows you to add real beauty to your design scheme, wrought iron fencing is the way to go. They are absolutely gorgeous to look at, although they will be more expensive than the other options we mentioned above. Keep in mind that the upkeep for wrought iron fencing requires a lot of work, so if you aren’t willing to put in the effort there might be better options.

You can’t go wrong with any of the fence types mentioned above. It all depends on your own personal preferences, willingness to work on maintenance, and your budget. Reach out to Fence Craft of Upland today if you have any more questions about which fence type is right for you.