If you’ve recently bought a new home in one of Melbourne’s ever-growing housing estates, congratulations on getting into the property market. Despite a recent pullback in the median house prices in Australia’s most liveable city, it is still out of reach of many Melbournians.
Choosing to go a bit further out from the city centre, such as Caroline Springs, Cranbourne, Berwick, Melton, Keysborough, Pakenham and many more, can give you a large modern house and land for an affordable price. This is perfect for growing families that have a low to medium budget. When buying a new place such as this, you should also look into a new fence. These supply added security and privacy which can be lacking on these newly built blocks of land, and also gives your place some uniqueness and character.
There are numerous types of fences you may want to consider such as paling, timber, picket and merbau fencing. These are ideal in multi-unit developments. And the good fencing contractors will be able to tell you what sort of fence is most suitable for your area, and your specific house. Not only will the new fence provide an additional safety feature and give your place more of a homely feel, it is also a good investment and will increase the value of your asset moving forward.