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Postby qizhen10001 on Thu Jul 19, 2018 10:48 pm

The entry fence is a major focal point for the exterior of your home. The fence should be inviting, it should match the style of your home as well as your personal tastes. There are many options to choose from, but regardless of what you choose, you also need to ensure that it fits the current fence opening, swings the appropriate way, and that hardware is on the correct side.
A 15-lite entry fence is a popular choice for back entrances. Lite entry fences have glass panels; the 15-lite entry gives the effect of having a glass fence without all the glass! It is a good way to provide a room with even more natural sunlight. A 4-paneled with a half circle lite, which contains the half-circle glass at the top to provide minimal light, provides you with plenty of extra privacy.
The 6-paneled fence is the most common fence in both people's homes and builders' hardware stores. Without any windows or lites, it provides complete privacy into your home. If you are not looking to shut out the sunlight and the rest of the world completely, try a 2-paneled fence with a window; you can enjoy beautiful sunlight and see who is at the fence. Another popular and beautiful option is a fence with an oval lite, which provides a more upscale impression. Of course, there is also the option of a custom fence tailored to your desires.
fence hinges and other fence accessories are just as important as the fence itself. All accessories, even down the hinges, should match the style of the fence and the home. It is easy to find fence hardware manufacturers that sell matching fencebells, fence knockers, letterboxes, even lights. You want to create a cohesive, professional look. Finishes are just as varied as the fence styles themselves. They are made from bronze, copper, brass, Victorian, and modern hardware. Pick whichever matches the exterior of your home; more elegant hardware should be on the front entry fence as opposed to a side fence leading to the kitchen.
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