Fencing can do more than just keeping unwanted visitors away. With fencing, you can achieve more with your space and have a more pleasant environment simply by doing a few extra little things.
If you desire a colourful fence, there are many different options and models you can choose from. You can even modify the existing fence in your home permanently or for the time being. On the other hand, you can completely revamp or buy a durable Colorbond fence. Take a look at our list of possible actions for ideas and to get inspired for that your next outdoor project.
If you desire to add colour to an already existing fence, painting may be the simplest option. The paint must adhere perfectly to the old fence. Do not forget to scrape the old paint off so that the new paint can stick. You may also want to sand it if it’s a wooden fence to obtain a smoother surface. If your fence is made of metal material, you can also paint it, but be very sure you’re buying paints which are made for metals. With this, your fence will not just keep unwanted visitors away, it will also beautify your home.
Having A Tough Time Painting? Use Privacy Strips
While it is unfortunate that painting a chainlink fence can be difficult, you can still improve the look. Even though you are painting through the bar and post, along with the top and bottom of your fence, it can be a bit difficult to paint those small pieces of metal which are in the middle of the fence. So what you’d do is to possible get privacy strips. Privacy strips are long, weather-resistant vinyl pieces that you can intertwine through any cyclone fence.
Depending on you, you may even create your personal colour privacy stripes. If you want a semi-permanent effect, then you have to tear the old sheets, and then you weave them around the fence. On the other hand, for a more lasting effect, you can buy flexible vinyl or get old vinyl sheets which have neat patterns, cut it out and place it through your fence, for a nice aesthetic effect.
Adorn Your Fence Naturally With Vining Plants
Alternatively, you can go the natural route to make your fence look very nice, all you need do is to plant some climbing vines right beside it. Vines can be started on the ground along the fence or in small pots on the base of your fence. Then, when the buds sprout, gently guide the tendrils toward the fence so they can begin to climb. It works in solid wood and lattice fences. Hardenbergia violacea is a nice and adaptable option, it has pink, purple or also white flowers to add extra beauty. If you like bright red, go for a touch of purple on Coral Peas or Jasminoides Pandorea.
These are really simple ways to make your fence not a tool to only keep unwanted visitors away or a form of boundary or privacy, it also provides aesthetic functions and makes the house beautiful.