Decorate Your Fence for Halloween


Get into the spirit with spooky decorations!

Halloween is just around the corner, which means that the kids are finishing the last minute touches on their superhero costumes, and you’re buying candy at the store before it becomes ridiculously expensive. If you’re stressing out about decorating your home for the spooky holiday, then don’t worry. When you have a fence, you’re one-step closer to decorating your home in a festive manner that’s inexpensive and easy.

Pumpkin/Bat Spires

Placing a Halloween ornament on top of each fence post is a simple and elegant way to decorate your fence. This requires minimal labor and minimal clean up. You can use smaller, real pumpkins, or opt for the fake thing. Plastic bats, ghosts, and pumpkins are a fun and festive way to make your home stand out from the others.

Caution Tape

This is another simple one but you can make it as intricate as you’d like. Purchase a roll of yellow caution tape and wrap it around the posts of your fence. Finish it off with fake spider webs or a “keep out” sign. Get into the spooky Halloween spirit and turn your home into a scary place that only the brave dare to visit!

A Lawn Cemetery

The fake cemetery is always a fan favorite. You can purchase tombstones or make your own out of old boxes or plywood. Spray-paint your makeshift graves gray or black! Set up a ghoulish scenario in the yard with cobwebs laced over the fence.

 Fence Installation in Maryland

With more than 40 years of experience, Freedom Fence & Home has provided the highest quality fence materials to its many residential and commercial clients throughout Harford County and the entire Baltimore metro area. Our wood fences are built on site using pressure treated southern pine. We also offer cedar and bamboo as alternatives.

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