Various Types of Fences

On a short drive through Los Angeles, one is highly likely to come across a wide variety of fence styles. There are many common styles to be seen, with vinyl, wooden and chain link being the most popular. Depending on the region of the city, different fences are seen more commonly, and each style serves its own purposes, with distinct advantages and disadvantages to each. Privacy Fences

Wood fences are known for their classic look. The fences are usually made from pinewood and can be pointed or flat at the top of the fence. The fences are often painted a white color to resemble a white picket fence. They are often painted other colors also, but are most noticed for being white. Wood fences are often banned by homeowners associations and could cause the homeowner to lose homeowners association benefits. 

Vinyl fences are known for their cheap cost and sturdy build. The reason the vinyl fences are so cheap is because there is plenty of vinyl material for the amount of demand. Vinyl fencing in Los Angeles is often painted to look like real wood. Often when a vinyl fence is painted to look like real wood, it is mistaken for faux wood. In fact, faux wood is actually a completely different material. Often a house with a vinyl fence will be completely surrounded by the fence and the fence will be at least five feet tall and up to ten feet tall. Vinyl fences are often considered some of the best looking fences to be seen in Los Angeles and are often admired by homeowners associations.

Chain link fences are most popular in the southern part of the United States. These fences give owners the security of a fence, but still allow sight through the fence. Chain link fences are also a great option to have when an animal is in the yard. The animal being able to see through the fence increases security of the home. Smart homeowners would completely surround their home with a chain link fence of a decent height. A recommended height for this type of fence would be five to six feet. They are often frowned up or banned by homeowners associations due to the holes that these fences have. Fortunately, most homeowner's associations will not take benefits away for having this type of fence. Fence Services