In Part 1 of this series, we discussed three of the five scenarios where you may want your privacy. Here are the remaining two situations that you’ll want to consider.
4.) Tending to your garden
When it comes to tending to a garden or caring for your property, a considerable amount of your time may be involved. Gardening is a common hobby that many people find to be a calming and reflective time. You likely do not want an audience and a privacyfence can help with that.
Additionally, having a fence can also keep out curious children (and on occasion adults) that may want to pick your flowers or produce. It can also keep out animals that would love to eat your plants.
5.) Your home will be less visible
Depending on the height of your fence and windows, it can make it difficult or even impossible for people to look inside of your home. Your privacy while in the safety of your home is important and should be protected, especially if your home is within close proximity to the street or to neighboring homes.
Additionally, the privacy gained by a fence will make it more difficult for any potential burglars or trespassers to try to figure out how they would find their way into your home. If someone has a limited view of a home’s security system, how the house is laid out, or even what’s inside, this makes it a lot less likely they’ll try to target your house for a break-in.