Skip to main content

Posted by & filed under Residential Fencing

Content Planning Tip Carousel Cover

If you are a pet owner and want to ensure your furry friends stay safe on your property, installing a fence in your backyard is a great long-term solution. There are a variety of fence styles and materials that work well with pets of all sizes, including some that you may not have considered before.

To create a secure and enjoyable environment for your pets, continue reading to learn about the best fencing options. When you're ready to start your fencing installation process, reach out to Hurricane Fence Company at 804-353-6030 to receive a free quote.

Privacy Fencing

A vinyl privacy fence on a sunny waterside property showing that the fence would keep any pets safely on the property.

Privacy fencing is an obvious choice for those with pets. This type of fence features pickets with no gaps between them, making it impossible for your furry friends to escape. Additionally, privacy fencing comes in various materials, providing options for different aesthetics.

An ad for The Dogwood privacy vinyl fence from ActiveYards. Looking for Ultimate Outdoor Privacy?

Vinyl is the most popular material for privacy fencing, with brands like ActiveYards offering many different types of vinyl fencing products. The Dogwood by ActiveYards is a popular choice for residential neighborhoods.

Wood privacy fencing is a classic option that gives homes a rustic, lived-in feel. However, it requires more maintenance than vinyl fencing and usually needs a few coats of stain to achieve the desired look. Nonetheless, if you're looking for a more traditional fence, you can't go wrong with wood.

Composite fencing is a blend of vinyl and wood styles that offers the benefits of both materials. It does not splinter or rot, requires minimal maintenance, and has a unique, textured appearance. However, it is more expensive than both vinyl and wood fencing.

A composite fence on a grassy residential property showing the interesting texture of the fencing material.

Aluminum Ornamental Fencing

Aluminum fencing is a trendy option in residential areas nowadays. It is sturdy, durable, low-maintenance, and provides a pleasing appearance. However, the pickets on this type of fence are spaced apart, which could allow smaller pets to escape.

Fortunately, there is a simple and cost-effective solution. ActiveYards offers "Puppy Picket," which involves attaching a section of half-spaced pickets to the lower third of your fence, leaving no room for your pets to slip through.

Chain Link Fencing

chain link fence along a walking path.

Although it lacks the aesthetic appeal of the options above, chain link fencing is a durable, cost-effective solution to keeping pets safely on your property. It will last forever with minimal maintenance and cost significantly less than most other fence materials. A great option for those with a large area to enclose or whose property value doesn't rely so heavily on curb appeal.

Give Your Pets the Freedom They Deserve

If you want to create a fun and open space for your pets to explore and play, installing a fence in your yard is the best option. No matter what style or material you prefer, Hurricane Fence Company can assist you. Contact us today at 804-353-6030 to receive a free quote.

You will not regret choosing Hurricane Fence for your next fencing needs!–Matt A.
(804) 353-6030
1300 Dinneen Street
Richmond, VA 23220
(757) 853-5669
3530 Airline Boulevard
Portsmouth, VA 23701
(919) 879-2271
509 N Fayetteville Ave
Dunn, NC 28334