Other factors influencing the lifespan of a fence

1. Installation

If your fencing has been installed incorrectly, the likelihood of it getting damaged is much higher. For example, if you have installed fencing posts in a way that the rainwater will accumulate at the bottom of the posts, these posts will start to rot or rust, depending on the material, much faster than the ones that have been installed correctly.

2. Maintenance

Regardless of whether your wooden fencing has been treated for it to be a longer-lasting fence, or whether the steel fence has been galvanized, PVC-coated, or powder coated for extra protection, these fencing types still need proper maintenance.

A biannual check-up to determine whether the fencing has been damaged and requires a repair or a simple wash will go a long way. Prevention is the key to a longer-lasting fence.

3. Location

The location of your fencing matters. If it is located near the ocean, the salt can gather on the fencing and make it corrode. 

Aluminium fencing is a good fencing choice for waterfront properties because this fencing type does not corrode.

Suggestions for longer-lasting fencing

  1. Tubular steel fencing
  2. Aluminium fencing
  3. Wrought iron fencing
  4. Colorbond steel fencing
  5. Welded mesh fencing
  6. Modwood fencing
  7. Chain link fencing

Interested in longer-lasting fences in DHA Ninh Bình?

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