Landscaping outdoor spaces is an essential part of making the most of your property. There are several environmental and financial benefits to landscaping, in addition to enhancing the appearance and quality of your property.
Wood fences are a suitable addition to many styles of homes along the Colorado Front Range, but to make the most of them for years to come, you must be prepared to provide a little TLC.
Both painting and staining are beneficial ways to care for and protect your wood fence, extending its lifespan while also improving the structure’s appearance. However, you can only choose one topcoat option for your fence.
Here is a look at the pros and cons of both staining and painting your wood fence based on a variety of factors:
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When considering which type of fence adds the most value to your Colorado Springs, CO home, it’s smart to start by defining whose value. For instance, the fence that makes your home more universally attractive for resale may not be the fence that brings you value for your forever home. It’s important to distinguish between these two considerations since sometimes generic advice may not accurately address individual desires. Today’s blog will focus on fences that add higher resale value.
While some property owners on the Colorado Front Range may prefer traditional fence materials such as wood, brick, and iron, Trex composite fencing is an increasingly popular option for those seeking a low-maintenance, eco-friendly alternative that is designed for performance and durability.
Protect Your Fence from the Elements
Most damage to your Colorado Springs, CO fence occurs through long durations of exposure to the elements. Every fence will eventually deteriorate, but there’s a lot you can do to slow this process . Since damage from moisture is one of the biggest villains, an easy way to protect your fence is to make sure your sprinklers aren’t hitting it. Situate sprinkler heads far enough away from your fence to prevent moisture exposure, and be sure to check their watering radius every so often to make sure your fence isn’t being exposed.