What is Palisade Fencing?
Palisade fencing is one of many different types of fencing options. You see, simply deciding you need a fence is not enough. Once you have done that one of the most important decisions that you can make is with regards the type of fencing that you will be using.
All types of fencing have their pros and cons. Whether it is Panel fencing, palisade fencing or anything else besides. Understanding your needs, and how these match up with types of fencing, is essential.
To match up your needs we need to know exactly what type of fencing is available and the benefits of using it. One of the most popular types of fencing, a style that you see almost everyday, is that of palisade fencing.
Palisade fencing is, as the picture below shows, a style of fencing that includes upright building materials (can be anything from wood to metal, and anything in between) that have open slots between them (width can vary) to allow the wind to pass through.
This is ‘wind allowance’ is important, especially if you live in a particularly windy area. Panel fencing, which is a solid panel and has no wind funnels, acts as a sail – catching the wind and in windy areas is likely to be blown down or damaged.
By having these gaps Palisade fencing can be far more robust. The horizontal beams provide strengthening support to the upright fencing, ensuring that it can withstand the harshest of punishments.
Because palisade fencing is so common a huge number of styles are available to allow you to tailor the fencing to your garden – meaning you will be able to find the exact kind of palisade fencing that you need – at a cost that you can afford.
Listed below are different types of palisade fences.
• steel palisade fencing
• timber palisade fencing
• concrete palisade fencing