Our business offers a service to supply and erect all types of fencing and gates and also carry out all the repairs to existing fences and gates.
Plain or decorative panel fencing
These come in different heights from 0.9m (3') to 1.8m (6') and usually 1.8m (6') wide.
They come in many different patterns from plain panels to curved tops and integrated trellis.
We can provide brochures and advise to see what is best for you.
They can be erected with either wooden or concrete posts.
Feather edge / Close board Fencing
This type of fencing gives you the flexibility that you can't achieve with panels, this makes it easier to overcome awkward areas such as uneven ground with slopes and different angles.
Any height can be achieved with close board fencing and can be erected with either wooden or concrete posts.
Trellis can be used for a number of reasons in different areas.
Mainly used for plants to grow against it can provide a screen for an unsightly area of the garden such as an oil / gas tank or bin area. It can be used to create extra height to a fence to provide more privacy or can just be used on its own to simply let plants grow up creating an attractive area of the garden.
Post & Rail Fencing / Horse Paddocks
The posts and rails of this type of fencing can be either round / half round or square depending on your personal preference and usually erected around horse paddocks and fields. Often erected to a height of around 1.2m (4') with either two, 3 or 4 rails between posts.
Gates provide security to any access whether pedestrian or vehicular.
For pedestrian access a gate can provide privacy and security to entering the rear of a property provided it has a secure lock.
Larger gates on a vehicular access can also provide security and privacy preventing any unwanted vehicles from entering your property or land, these can be either wooden or metal gates though wooden gates are more attractive.
Wooden Posts or Concrete Posts
There are two main factors between these types of post, firstly the cost as concrete posts are more expensive and secondly there lifetime and wear factors.
Concrete posts will last a life time if handled and erected correctly, you will just need to replace the wooden fence when necessary.
Wooden posts can also last for many years if erected correctly though they will need regular treatment to last this long and need to be of good quality when first purchased.
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