For those with a smaller budget, treated wood is still a good option, but keeps the same weakness as oak: its need for maintenance. You still have to apply at least one sealant after installation, and renew every two or three years, depending on where the fence is. A newcomer also seems to be making a name for itself in the world of treated wood fencing, given its dark brown color, very different from the usual greenish treated wood. It comes to join the colors used in contemporary homes. It’s an interesting option for Garden Maintenance Wandi.
Now made of lighter but stronger alloys, and painted with techniques that give them good durability, ornamental iron fences continue their ascent, often in front of houses or around pools. It’s a trend that has been going on for a long time. Contemporary models are made of straight lines, very fluid. No more ornaments, picks and rosettes: the country is completely outdated.