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When it comes to adding a new fence to your garden, one of the questions that always comes up is whether to add fence top trellis. To help you make up your mind, read on for the benefits of adding trellis and the various things you can do with it:

Fence Top Trellis lets more light in

Particularly useful for gardens that don’t get a lot of sun at certain times of the day. At certain times of day the sun can shine through your trellis and make a pretty pattern on your lawn or patio.

fence top trellis on a garden colourfence

Plants Love it

Love gardening? Train your climbers, roses or other attractive flowers along your trellis for a pretty border that brings vertical interest to your garden

green colourfence with plants growing on trellis

Add a little more security

Fence top trellis serves as security, too. It’s harder for an intruder to hide behind a fence with trellis and more difficult for them to climb.

garden fence with fence top trellis

Fencing with fence top trellis serves as decoration

Many people prefer the look of fencing with fence top trellis to add extra interest to their garden borders. With ColourFence, you can even have them in a contrasting colour to your main panel.

a tree on front of a cream fence

Personalise your fence with decorative items such as hanging baskets, bird feeders or attach decorative adornments

One of our customers chose to add butterflies to her trellis. Another even added a Zebra! The world is your oyster. Just ask your installer if you would like hanging basket brackets to match your ColourFence.

A brown colourfence garden fence with a zebra on

As you can see, there are a number of different options when it comes to fence top trellis. With ColourFence you are able to mix and match your colours to whatever you feel is the perfect combination! Choose to adorn your trellis with add-ons, train plants along them or simply leave them as they are, rest assured that it is guaranteed for 25 years!

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Until next week!

Jo @ ColourFence

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