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The first step required for building a fence in Romania is obtaining a certificate of urbanism from the city hall. Afterwards, the architect will prepare the DTAC - Technical Documentation for obtaining the Building Permit. This documentation will include: a site plan - a topographic base for the execution project of the object to be designed and executed, and a specific technical memorandum with a description of all the components of the fence, including materials used, textures, and execution details. The validity of the building permit is 12 calendar months and can be extended for no more than 24 months. Depending on the regulations specific to your area, a different set of documentation or procedures might be needed.


For excellent protection against weather over time, wooden panel fences are maintained using special oil-based impregnating agents. This acts as a film that does not allow atmospheric water vapour to enter the wood as easily. This prevents the increase of moisture that would lead to the rotting of the material over time. We recommend reapplying such a protective layer annually. On request, at an additional cost, the natural wood profiles can be replaced with WPC (Wood Plastic Composite) profiles. For a personalized price quote, please do not hesitate to contact us.


The height of the common fence between neighbours will be the one provided by the law, the local zoning regulations or local customs. In the absence of these, the law in Romania generally states that the height should be established between neighbours, without exceeding 2 meters.  In Romania, any property owner has the right, not the obligation, to enclose their property.  In the new civil code, however, there is an obligation to enclose related to the common fence between properties, which gives the owner the right to ask the neighbours to contribute to the construction of a common partition. The obligation to enclose is an accessory of the right to acquire co-ownership of the common partition, which is why it loses its validity if one of the neighbours renounces this right. It is important to always check and comply with the local laws and regulations regarding property boundaries and fencing.


If the shared fence is damaged by your neighbour's trees, they have the obligation to repair it and cut the branches to a suitable size to prevent further damage. If you repair the fence, you have the right to obtain reimbursement of the expenses incurred in court, if they cannot be obtained amicably.


In the case where the construction of a common fence is desired and one of the two neighbours cannot afford the expenses (wanting to be a co-owner), he can use his part of the land as a contribution to the common partition, thus being exempt from other payments. The co-owner must participate in the maintenance and repair expenses of the common partition and can be exonerated only if he renounces the property right.


Masonry fences are a perfect choice in terms of strength and aesthetics. These can be built from various materials, such as brick or concrete, and can withstand well if they are built with quality materials. On the other hand, building a masonry fence can take several days and require more effort compared to other types of fences. Masonry fences are a smart choice for those who want to have a high level of security, aesthetic appeal and durability.


Metal fences are generally appreciated for their structural durability. The maintenance of such a fence is recommended to be done regularly. This necessary activity includes the following steps: cleaning with a wire brush and sandpaper, applying a primer layer intended for metal products, and applying a paint layer in 2 layers. The painting can be done either mechanized - using a paint sprayer, or manually - using a brush.


When you purchase a ready-built house or have a completed construction project, you can delimit the property with a permanent fence. But, if you only have a plot of land and do not yet have a clear picture of the construction or the resources needed for a permanent fence, there are temporary solutions available. The mesh fence is a popular and affordable solution for property delimitation, but it offers a low level of security. It is important to consider your needs and financial capabilities before choosing a type of fence for your property.



A fence is an essential element of a property, which delimits the space and provides a pleasant aesthetic appearance. It can be constructed from different materials, such as wood or sheet metal, each with its advantages and disadvantages. The fence is also important for providing privacy for the home and garden, protecting the property from prying eyes. It is important to choose a material and design that matches the style and needs of your household.


Any fencing requires a building permit. From the point of view of Romanian legislation, the type of materials used does not matter. Similarly, the fact that your fence has or does not have a foundation does not matter. The only exceptions allowed by law are natural fences or those made of mobile panels. The application file for the permit will include the following documents: a certificate of urbanism, all up-to-date permits specified in the certificate of urbanism, property documents of the land and buildings, a fence project executed by an architect, and proof that legal taxes have been paid. Depending on the regulations specific to your area, a different set of documentation or procedures might be needed.


For fences located on the property line, a notarial agreement between neighbours is necessary and advisable. Otherwise, the neighbour who builds the fence can be sued for trespassing on land that they do not own. Legally, the fencing will be considered a shared partition and the construction costs can be shared between the beneficiaries. A simple and hassle-free option is to build the fence only on one's own land, on the side of the property line where there is sufficient land, of course. It is important to always check and comply with the local laws and regulations regarding property boundaries and fencing.


Wood is one of the most commonly used materials for building a fence. It is an advantageous material because it has an affordable price, is practical, provides an elegant look to the garden and can be easily built even if you don't have experience in the field. Another advantage of a wooden fence is that it can be easily repaired. It is also necessary to treat the wood if you want it to last over time. To protect it from natural factors, you can regularly apply a coat of wood preservative or fireproof varnish. You can also choose a wood paint, which will need to be reapplied when it deteriorates. If treated with a protective substance, the lifespan of a wooden fence can reach up to 30 years.


From a legal standpoint, a neighbour who did not contribute to the construction of a common fence can acquire co-ownership rights to the fence by paying half of the updated value of the materials and labour used and, if applicable, half of the value of the land on which the fence was built. It's important to note that laws and regulations regarding property boundaries and fencing vary by region and it is recommended to consult with a legal professional to understand the specific laws and regulations that apply to your area.


Metal is a widely used, affordable, and easy to use material for building fences. It is an elegant and classic choice that suits both large properties and luxury homes as well as other types of properties. However, the need for a concrete foundation is mandatory for long-term durability. This type of fence does not provide a high level of privacy, but it can be accompanied by vegetation to shield the property from passersby and create a more natural appearance.


Our company carries out a wide range of work. Most of our clients opt for complete services: architectural design, construction of a building, perimeter fence and gates, interior finishes, decorative cladding, sidewalks, and paths, and landscaping. Payments are made in stages, depending on the stage of the work.


The style chosen for the fence is dictated by the style chosen for the house and your plans for landscaping the yard. Modern fences can be made from various materials such as wood, metal, or concrete, arranged horizontally or vertically. In terms of color, modern fences tend to have shades such as wenge or black. It is important to choose a style and design that matches the style of your house, based on your aesthetic needs and preferences.


We are a company that provides design and construction services for fencing models. Among the advantages are prices calculated per linear meter for material and labor, continuous foundations for any model, the possibility of installing manual or electric gates, the ability to execute custom projects, 10 years of experience in the field.


Wood is an advantageous material for building a fence due to its affordable price, elegant appearance, ease of construction and repairability. However, it is necessary to treat it with protective substances to extend its lifespan and protect it against natural factors. By regularly treating the wood and applying varnish or paint, a wooden fence can have a lifespan of up to 30 years.