If you are fortunate enough to have a little bit of ground around your home, you may have considered putting in a garden of some kind since being able to go out and gather fresh vegetables is so enticing. Then you remember the deer. They would pick the garden clean before it even had a chance to grow. You need to Composite wood Garden Fence Panels!
The local home improvement store is running a sale on Composite wood Garden Fence Panels. Not realizing there are so many styles and materials to choose from, you ask your wife to help choose the garden fence panel that would look best.
She chooses the natural wood picket fence, and you agree. It would blend in with the siding on the house, and being made of treated wood. It would last for many years.
You arrive at the home improvement store and find a young sales representative to assist you. Good thing he asks you some questions when you tell him what you are wanting. How big an area are you fencing off? What is the purpose of the fencing? Do you have a post-hole digger? Are you going to set the posts in concrete?
You thought you would just bolt the Composite wood Garden Fence Panels together as you did the dog pen you bought last year. You are not ready for all the manual labor this is going to entail. The young sales representative informs you that a four-foot tall fence would not keep the deer out of your garden; they would just jump over it.
He shows you some plastic fence posts that just push into the ground, string some wire on the self insulating posts, attach to a fence charger, and the deer will get shocked when they touch this fence, and when you are done with the garden, you can take it down.
You thank the young salesman, gather up your electric fence setup, and think to yourself, I will have my Composite wood Garden Fence Panels one of these days, when the boys are older and able to help dig those holes.