Who Gets the Good Side of the Fence?
If you are purchasing the fence and it belongs to your property, then technically it’s up to you what side of the fence you give the neighbour. However, there are always exceptions, and it’s worth checking your deeds. You will, however, find that there are certain etiquettes when putting up a new fence that may ensure you stay ‘on the good side’ of your neighbours.
There are usually two sides to a timber fence panel one of which is a slightly less aesthetically pleasing side. Generally, to be polite you should give your neighbour the good side of the fence which means even though you’ve paid for the fence you will then end up with the not so nice side. It could be argued that in terms of kerb appeal it makes your property look nicer to onlookers but once in your garden you may have to settle for the inferior side.
With composite fences by SAiGE, this is not the case, although the boards have a front and back to ensure the grain on the boards matches the boards have the same look from the front and the back meaning neither you nor your neighbour will be settling for second best. Gone are the days of having to decide who gets the best side of the fencing instead you can both enjoy a fence that will look as good as the day it’s installed for years to come.
SAiGE composite fence boards are made from wood plastic composite and available in a choice of grey, charcoal or coffee with aluminium anthracite posts and rails. SAiGE fencing provides a long-lasting, durable fencing solution with extremely low maintenance and will continue to look good for years to come.
Contact our knowledgeable experts today to discuss your needs, order a free sample, or enquire about becoming a stockist. You can also locate your nearest stockist using our search tool.Contact Us