Trying to choose a fence for around your bed and breakfast? Well, there are multiple things you should keep in mind. Look at these tips and ideas:
1. Opt for maintenance-free materials.
As a bed and breakfast owner, you have a lot to do. You have to change sheets, cook meals, clean hallways, respond to reservation requests and so much more. As a result, you don't necessarily want to be wasting time sanding, staining, painting or otherwise maintaining a fence. So that you don't have to, consider getting a fence that doesn't require a lot of maintenance. You can get metal fences in almost any shape or style, and they require hardly any maintenance at all. Simply hose them off once in awhile to remove debris or dirt.
2. Showcase the front of the home and create privacy in the back.
When fencing the land around a bed and breakfast, you don't necessarily have to have the same fencing materials on the front and the back of the property. Ideally, in the front, you want a relatively short fence that helps to showcase your property, and in the back, you want a fence that can provide your guests with privacy as they relax after a long day of sightseeing.
3. Fence in separate areas for dogs.
If you own a dog, you may want him separate from the guests, or you may want him to roam around in the backyard with guests if that's part of the particular charm of your bed and breakfast. In either case, you likely don't want him running out the front gate when guests first arrive. To stop that, make sure that you place a fence between the front and back gardens so that you can restrict the dog to a single area. In some cases, you may also want to fence in a completely separate area for your dog.
4. Consider using fences to create separate areas.
In some cases, in addition to fencing separate areas for your dog, you may want to use fences to create private areas for you and your family or even unique little garden areas for your guests. In particular, if you have guest rooms that have their own exits, you may want to fence a small private area around them. Even if you don't' opt to enclose the area, you can use partial fences to create the suggestion of privacy and flow.
To get more ideas related to fence style, design and function to determine what would be best for your bed and breakfast, contact a fence professional.Share