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    1 : The Oxford quotes Fence as:(Noun) a barrier, railing, or other upright structure, typically of wood or wire, enclosing an area of ground to prevent or control access or escape.Homes have become incomplete without the incorporation of Fences. One way or the other, be it safety, sight obstruction or simply decoration, fencings have evolved in a broader aspect to deliver most attributes in one form. Over the years, the following fence types have carved a niche for themselves and are widely popular. Fence Ideas To be continued
    2 : Chain Link Fencing A high-tensile wire mesh or wire netting made out of galvanized steel. Chain link fencings are easily recognizable. They are widely applied and estimate lower costs at higher returns. Just that they are completely useless where high view impediment or privacy is mandatory. “Good fences make good neighbors” by Robert Frost
    3 : Iron Fencing Tough, lasting and impressive - Iron Fencings are somewhat a great mix of safety and style. Typically made from the wrought iron material, iron fencings can be molded and type casted into any design perceived. That’s the beauty of these fencings! They can perfectly be dubbed as ornamental fencing. “Don't ever take a fence down until you know the reason it was put up.” by G. K. Chesterton
    4 : Sound barrier fence Well if you are lucky to be living by the road, you’d also be unlucky to face the traffic noises day-in and day-out. But not anymore, because these sound barrier fence will perfectly silence those that create a noise nuisance. Perfectly shield your homes of noise, of stress. “Love your neighbor as yourself; but don't take down the fence” by Carl Sandburg
    5 : Wood Fencing Nature breathes charm. Obviously the same translates into wood fences. Remember those petite pretty picket fences, running along your native homes? Yes, wood fences still exude that homely appeal and will continue to do so! “Fear is the highest fence” by Dudley Nichols”
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