Choosing the right fence depends on what the fence should do for you. Do you follow privacy, do you need security, go to decorations, do you need a fence that includes pets or children, or do you only need a demarcation line?
You will often find that you need a combination of all the options above, not just an easy choice. With this in mind, we can decide which public fence is best for you.
If privacy is the word sought in your choice, you want something relatively high, without gaps, permanent, but inexpensive. You will often find that 'wooden fences' (which is also known as 'cltures en bois' in the Frech language) cover all these foundations for you. First, you will consider a typical panel fence based on the lowest price and ease of installation and height options. Fence panels are available in standard heights of 3 feet to 6 feet and are easily installed and maintained at all times with standard widths.
If security is your goal, look for fences with height and strength construction, but a solid bezel may not be too important. The best security can be achieved with a rigid mesh fence system mounted on steel bars at a height of 6 feet to 8 feet or as an alternative to steel fence fences that can be purchased up to as high as 3 meters.
The problem with steel fences is that they are good for industrial or business situations, but they can feel like a prison at home. When looking for better home security, you want the strongest and highest wooden fence you can hide, prevent intruders from enlarging the fence, and offer firm boundaries such as sturdy wooden fences.
Or if you don't really care about privacy, then chain fences that can be built at higher heights and are more difficult to climb than wooden fences. Fixed floor fences are more expensive than fences with fence panels, but installing heavier sections and offering more height options offers a higher level of security than fence panels.