Border fence with frame relates to the elimination of undesirable vegetation directly beneath and adjacent to a chain-link or similar type fence, and at the same time serves as a decorative yard border.
Yard fencing barrier has some advantages to provide a much improved barrier for new or existing fence lines:
(a) to provide a vegetation barrier that can be installed rapidly, by the average person, using few or no tools.
(b) to provide a vegetation barrier that is more securely attached to the fence and ground. This is accomplished by using a series of uniquely designed snap-on spring clips and base brackets. When these corresponding external clips and brackets are installed they create bilateral inward pressures that hold the barriers to the fence and ground in a stationary position.
(c) to provide a vegetation barrier of sufficient rigidity as to realign existing irregular fence bottoms damaged from the impact of mowing devices.
(d) to provide a vegetation barrier that serves as a guard between the monofilament line of a rotary grass trimmer and the fence fabric.
(e) to provide a vegetation barrier that serves as a shield between a lawnmower and the fence fabric, so as to prevent wheels and guards of a lawnmower from snaring the fence fabric.
(f) to provide a vegetation barrier that gives continuous coverage of the ground beneath the fence when sections are adjoined, either abutted or with a post between. This is accomplished by using a variety uniquely designed snap-on splice covers and post covers.
(g) to provide a vegetation barrier of a material that can be molded into various decorative designs and patterns, such as brick, stone, pebble, etc., thereby creating an attractive yard border.