A right privacy fence does not just give a solid cover. It presents a refined style and a secure-looking design that makes your yard seem impassable. One of the simplest — and most common — ways to accomplish that appearance is cap and trim. Topping your fence with a decent wooden cap makes the whole structure seem more reliable and smoother. If you have a garden built on a slope, stair-stepped caps and trim can still unite the durability and ornate appearance you resemble for. If you are not sure which cap and trim style is the most suitable fit for your yard, consider these three popular options:
Traditional cap and trim
Standard cap and trim seem like two parallel beams topping your fence. The caps supplement extra dimensionality to the tip of your fence. If your fence posts themselves are irregular or your yard has sparse ups and downs in the soil, the cap evens out the appearance, so every surface looks evenly built.
Many homeowners also add likewise styled trim to the bottom of the fence panels. This furnishes the fence an even more reliable and compact look without increasing your fencing budget.
A lattice top
Lattice tops add additional height and style to privacy fences. They can produce eight-foot fences mount into the atmosphere, and they can also create four-foot garden fences stuff up with the adjoining boards. Whether you need the lattice to add height to a high fence or visibility out of your yard, a cedar lattice can be quite as strong and augmented as its traditional equivalents.
If you like the partial visibility that a lattice top gives, but you don’t desire lattices, study for executive trim instead. This is manufactured with fine vertical posts rather than inclining squares. It provides your fence additional height while looking stylized and neat.
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