There are many types of fencing available for your fencing installation:
- Wood Panel Fencing - provides privacy, keeps children and pets in while keeping outsiders out. You can choose from solid, spaced picket, and shadowbox. Solid and shadowbox are the same except for shadowbox is the same on both sides. Spaced picket does not completely block the surrounding view like the other two.
- Post and Rail Fencing - adds a rustic or country look. You can staple wire mesh to it to keep pets in.
- Vinyl Fencing - relatively maintenance free. It isn't subjected to fading, rotting, or other conditions caused by weather. There are many styles to choose from.
- Polymer Fencing - recreates the classic look of wrought iron without the worry of rusting.
- Chain Link - economical, keeps pets and other creatures in or out.
- Welded Wire - usually used to contain pets or as a temporary barrier for gardens. Can be attached to post and rail to keep pets in.
- Poultry Netting - also known as chicken wire, used for keeping chickens and other small animals in. It is very economical.
- Electric Fencing - normally used for livestock. Requires a charger that may be electric or solar. Keeps livestock from leaning on the fence by giving low level shocks.
- Electronic Pet Contaignment Fencing - pet contaignment system that has no visible fence. Wire is run underground and pet wears a collar that warns them when they get close to the perimeter. If the pet does not heed the warning, it will get a shock when trying to cross the fence line. The only problem with this type of fence is that other animals can cross it, since they are not wearing the collar.
Whatever type of fencing you decide on for your fencing installation, putting up fence is a big job, requiring precise measurements and straight lines. It is best to let a professional New Jersey Contractor do your fencing installation.