Affordable, Durable and Long-Lasting
There are a number of different types of fencing materials, and the most popular is by far wood. The cost varies depending on what type you’re building with (discussed below). Plastic fencing will be more expensive because it lasts longer and its lightweight material doesn’t need to be screwed into place like metal does. This means there’s less labor involved in installation as well. One downside is that plastic can get pretty hot during the summer months which could melt or warp certain plastics so make sure your fence has some shade too! Metal mesh fences provide incredible durability for just about any residential application, plus they have an aesthetically pleasing appearance-especially when mounted on posts set at 45 degree angles giving them a sleek modern look; this makes them perfect for those who are looking for a stylish and elegant touch to their home.
-Wood: the cheapest type of fencing but also requires more maintenance due to weather warping, expansion/contraction issues with moisture content in the wood itself, etc. Wood is not considered as durable as plastic or metal mesh because it can deteriorate over time; this means that you may need to replace your fence every few years if its exterior gets wet often or sits outside year round. Nevertheless, some people like the look of natural wood fences so they’ll decide that cost savings is worth less upkeep (especially since there’s an alternative below)
-Plastic: expensive upfront but long lasting and does not require any sort of maintenance (other than replacing if it gets damaged, of course)
-Metal Mesh: the most expensive type of fencing but also long lasting and durable. Metal mesh fences are just about indestructible because they’re made with a much thicker gauge wire than wood or plastic; this is great for those who need more security for their property such as if your house backs up.