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Fencing installation

Specialist Fence Installers

As landscape gardeners, we have been installing all types of fencing for over 30 years.

We offer a complete range of wooden fences and a full design and installation service for all types of bespoke fencing to fit in with your garden environment.

Our experienced team can repair or install your garden fences to protect your tender plants from the wind and secure your property.

Whether you are looking for a smart new fence or need some repairs, please get in touch for free estimates, recommendations, and advice. No job is too large or too small.

Fencing repairs – panels and posts

If your fences have been damaged in strong winds or are looking damaged after a harsh winter, it is best to act fast. Damaged panels can often be repaired rather than replaced. However, if your fencing seems a little shaky, replacing a post is quickly done, and existing panels are re-attached to prevent further damage. We can repair or replace any kind of fencing, and there are many different types available.

  • Picket fencing
  • Close board fencing
  • Panel Fencing
  • Post and rail fencing
  • Chain-link fencing
  • Acoustic Fencing
  • Trellis panels
  • Commercial Fencing

Garden Fencing

Garden Fencing installers

We offer a wide range of garden fencing to ensure your garden is not only looking good but also secure from prying eyes.

Fencing should be visually appealing, functional, fit for purpose and complement your garden. We appreciate that installing a new fence is an investment for the homeowner, and it is essential that your fence lasts for many years to come.

Our fences are built to last, and they will give you many years of excellent service. We deliver the highest quality service to our customers at the right price.

Wooden Fencing

We thought it might help to understand a few of the different kinds of fencing available.

Fencing and paving

Panel Fencing

Panel fencing uses posts and panels that are prefabricated. Fencing panels are available in various styles and are easy to install compared with a close board fence. Panels are simply screwed or nailed to the posts, and replacing a damaged panel is a simple job.

Panels are very versatile, and they are available in different heights, usually 3ft, 4ft, 5ft and 6ft and are 6ft wide. You can have overlap, single slatted, double slatted, hit and miss etc. We can give you advice as to which is best for your particular garden.

Panels require little maintenance, and generally, a coat of wood preservative is all they will need every two/three years.

Post and Rail Fencing

This type of fencing is an economical solution if you have a long stretch of land which needs fencing off. It is often used for agricultural fencing and consists of posts that support 2 or 3 rails. It is a good boundary fence rather than a security barrier.

Close board and arris rail fencing

Closeboard Fencing

A close board fence is made from vertical boards that partially overlap. They create a solid private boundary and are an excellent choice if you are looking for a security fence.

The arris rail is a triangular wooden beam used in the construction which runs horizontally along the back of the fence panel, giving it strength and longevity. This triangular rail also makes climbing the fence difficult and is an added deterrent for intruders.

Close board fencing is also specially treated, and the arris rail ensures that water runs off rather than remaining on the panels.

Acoustic Fencing

Acoustic Fencing is known for lowering street noise, neighbours, and traffic. These panels are reasonably airtight and solid; they are designed to reflect the sound back rather than letting it pass through.

Typically, a 1.5-metre-high acoustic fence will reduce noise by approximately 5 decibels, and it is possible to achieve an even greater reduction.

Fencing is an investment

As you can see, choosing your fencing can be a significant investment, and the right kind will make a difference to how you enjoy your garden, peacefulness, and security.

Give us a call on 01323 884224 or fill in our contact form today.