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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Uses for Old Fashioned Wire Fencing

Wire fencing has had a lot of uses over the years. Many people have used it to protect plants and gardens and other items. If you want to bring a bit of nostalgia back to your landscaping, Old Fashioned Wire Fencing might be a good option for you. This type of fencing can be ornamental and rugged all at once.

Old Fashioned Wire Fencing is not an expensive option and it is very decorative. You can get regular fencing, or the type with wire looks at the top. The wires are galvanized so that you do not have to worry about rust as they years pass. You will end up with a classic look that comes from another era without having to do much work or invest much money.

If you decide to go with wire fencing for decorative reasons or to protect your garden area, you will need to decide on a few things. First, measure the area and see how much fencing you need. Most fencing comes in 100 foot rolls, though the rolls sometimes vary one or two feet. It is a good idea to buy a little more than you actually need to help with any mistakes that might be made during installation.

Keep in mind that while the wires in these fences are sturdy, if you unfurl a long roll, it is not going to stand up on its own. You might want to put in posts or gates to fit your needs around the fencing. These posts can be anything from metal poles to wood four by fours.

You will also want to decide how decorative you want the fencing to be. Do you want a classic look or something with loops at the top? Wire fencing can serve many purposes and last for many years. It gives you a classic look from the past and is a great way to keep rabbits and other animals out of your garden.


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