Fencing is the most beautiful and superb way of protecting our beautiful garden from animals, either pet or wild.
Though it is difficult to keep the garden out of reach of large animals, it proves to be the best way out to save our garden. Fences serve the purpose in the best way if they can hide what is being protected. For this purpose, solid fences are more popular as they create a barrier between the food and the animals. Electric fences have more efficiency concerning solid fences, as animals that once got shocked or felt the hotness, maintain a safe distance from the fence.
You can visit Critter Fence for a more comprehensive account of this type of fencing.
Why do we need to use Critter fence?
Critter fence, being one of its kind, is a type of garden fencing and is suspended from the trees. It performs exceptionally well without harming the trees or the garden fencing. It protects your garden instantly.
- Minimal Visual Impact: Much less visible than conventional fencing, that is nearly visible from 15 feet and less, it proves to be an excellent option for existing landscapes.
- Cost: Critter fence costs less than conventional fencing techniques, although its manufacturing ensures it to be long-lasting.
- Non-electric fence: Fences are non-electric and hence do not shock animals, pests, humans or any organisms. Electric fences are effective for large wild animals, whereas non-electric fence proves best for prevention from deer or pest.
- Critter fence uses the trees as posts. Heavy gauge metal fencing doesn’t flex as a tree grows. This causes either the fencing to break, or will kill the tree. Using trees as posts cut the cost for poles as well. Besides, fences hung from trees remain invisible.
- Easily Removable: This means, the pillar and sleeves can be made permanent using galvanized locking or made portable. During winter, when the deer need your flora, you can keep the fence, and during the other time of the year, it can be removed. Galvanized sleeves stay grounded the whole year for easy up and down movement of the fencing.
- Proves great for climbing animals, rodents and fowls: Some fence encloses the top either to keep birds inside or not allowing them to enter. No-climb posts are set up alternatively and at the corners to keep the climbing animals out.
Critter fences prove to be an attractive option for keeping away rabbits, dogs or other animal pests. The hassle-free installation process adds to the positive side of the fence.