Commercial properties, especially the ones located in areas where curb appeal matters, need fencing that is not only functional and able to efficiently protect the safety of the commercial property and the assets and merchandise stored on and inside it, but also fencing that is attractive and able to create a positive first impression on visitors – a very important aspect if you want to impress your future business partners. Commercial fencing design is, like the design of almost any building component, governed by trends – here are the most popular trends for commercial fences:
- Multiple types of material used in the same fence – using masonry on the bottom of the fence and metal on the top is a timeless, classy solution that is trendy today, too and so is the combination of concrete and wood;
- Wrought iron fences – an ornamental iron fence in Denver is attractive, but not cheap, therefore it is often used only to delimit the space from the street or road in front of the property and combined with cheaper solutions, such as wire fencing, in the back;
- Wood fences with horizontal panels – the solution reduces the quantity of wood used for making the fence, while also offering more privacy and making installation easier and faster as well.