Carrying out work on your home can often be exciting, whether you are renovating the interior of your home, or you are adding a personal touch to your garden, there is no limit to the variety of options you can choose from. If you are considering carrying out work in your garden, then your fencing can be a hugely important part of your garden design. 


So you are wondering whether or not you need a new fence in your garden, if you are (excuse the pun) currently on the fence about whether or not your fence needs replacing, it may be a good idea to consider the many benefits that garden fencing offers. In this article, we will be listing a few of the many benefits of having a high-quality fence in your garden.

Decorative Fencing

Your Fence is Visually Pleasing


Simply put, if you choose the fence that is suited to the design of your garden, your fence will look nice. There doesn’t have to be a practical reason here, you may simply just find that your fence is visually pleasing. If the main reason that you are looking for a new fence for your garden is to improve the overall aesthetic of your garden, make sure to choose a fence design that matches the current stylings of your garden. 


Your Fence Provides Much Needed Privacy


A garden fence is also incredibly practical, if you like to relax and unwind in your garden, you may wish to have privacy if your garden is otherwise visible from your neighbour’s homes. Whether you wish to sunbathe in your garden or you simply feel more relaxed with a level of privacy in your home. This privacy also benefits your neighbour as well, so it is no wonder that many people choose to have relatively tall fences in their garden. 

Secure Fence

Garden Fencing Improves Security


As well as being a place to relax, your garden can also be another entry point to your home. For this reason, having a high quality fence is essential in order to ensure the security of your home. Many people may opt for a fence that metal fence or a fence with paint that is much more difficult to climb if they are more focused on the security of their home rather than aesthetic reasons. 

Dogs waiting behind fence

Keeping your Pets Out of Trouble


If you are one of the many homeowners with a pet, you may want your pet to have as much freedom as possible, after all, it’s just unfair to keep your dog or cat locked up inside all day. The problem here is that leaving your pet unattended can often be problematic without the correctly sized fence. Imagine it, your neighbour is minding their own business in their garden, heating up their bbq, when suddenly, your dog suddenly leaps over the fence and begins to harass your neighbours, begging for some food. This is a problem that can be easily avoided by just opting for a fence that is proportionate to the size of your pet. Obviously a 10ft fence may be unnecessary if you have a pug. 

Plant Bed Fence

Dividing Areas of Your Garden


Fencing can also be incredibly useful for creating borders in your garden whether these are small fences in order to create borders between different plants in your garden or perhaps even simply just for show. You can also use small fences to stop any of your plants being ruined by your children or pets. 


A Wide Range of Benefits

It is easy to see that garden fencing has a large number of benefits and this is simply scratching the surface. If you are considering purchasing fencing in Bristol, Wring Builders have been providing fence panels in Bristol for many years. Call us today on 0117 978 2693 to find out more!

Sarah Wirth

Sarah Wirth works for Wring Builders Merchants as a marketing specialist.