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We operate a specialist fencing division which supplies and installs both domestic and commercial fencing. We have been a trusted local fencing contractor for over 10 years and can advise you on the best fencing solution for your property.
We understand boundaries can sometimes be contentious topics, and our teams are courteous, considerate, and reliable and undertake fencing installations with minimal disruption and intrusion.
We care about the quality of the products we use - our reputation has meant we are approved Jackson Fencing installers, leading installers of specialist security fencing and the South East’s stockist and installer for Hampton metal fencing products. We have joined forces with Durapost to supply and install a market-leading slimline metal post system offering an attractive, long-lasting alternative to timber.
- Domestic close board fencing ,
- Decorative timber panels ,
- Concrete post systems ,
- Acoustic fencing ,
- Gates supplied and installed ,
- Security fence systems ,
- Paddock fencing ,
- Agricultural fencing ,
- Dog proofing ,
- Chestnut products ,
- Bespoke screening and trellis
Types Of Fencing
If you live near a noisy motorway or road then acoustic fencing can help reflect noise away from your property or garden. Reflective fencing is layered timber and when the noise hits the fence it reverberates back out in the direction it came from.
Chestnut Cleft Fencing
This is a rustic looking fence ideal for paddocks, boundaries, or as a feature. This gives rise to a rural and charming feel. For a modern touch on a traditional classic we can use treated square edge sawn posts.
Chestnut Pale Fencing
A good budget fence for use around long boundaries, parkland, woodland and open spaces. Quick and easy to install, has a long lifespan and is difficult to breach. In addition, barbed or rounded wire can be added for extra security.
The highly acclaimed Clipex fencing system is a suitable alternative to traditional stock fencing, saving time and offering high performance and longevity.
Close Board Fencing
Our most popular product. This can come in heights from 3 foot to 10 foot. This product is most commonly used in gardens and is a welcome change from budget panel fencing and has a much longer life span. This can come with or without a capping top giving it a decorative finish.
Deer Prevention Fencing
Using the latest technology in wire mesh fencing we can supply and install deer-proof fencing ranging in height from 2m to 4m.
Whether you know what type of fencing you are looking for or would like some advice as to which style will best fit your requirements and your budget, give us a call to schedule a visit for a quote or advice.
Did you know gravel boards help a fence last longer?
Gravel boards are a protective barrier between the ground and your fence. Normally used with a feathered fence, they ensure the individual feathers are off the ground, thus helping to prevent rot as the boards aren’t in contact with the damp earth.
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Some Popular Questions
How do I find out if the fence is mine or my neighbour's?
This will be written in the deeds of the house purchase. You should have a copy of this. If not, try the solicitor who acted for you on the purchase of the house. If you have no joy there, then try the Land Registry, Tel: 0870 0100299.
Alternatively, it is worth putting the question to your neighbour: good neighbourly diplomacy can work wonders. If you are willing to pay for some or all of a neighbour’s fence, you may have a say in the design of it.
How high can I build my fence?
Front of houses usually have permission from the council for up to 1.0 metre in height, adjacent to a drive they may need to be no higher than 0.7m for visibility, sides and back of houses of up to 2.0 metres in height.
These are the average boundary regulations found at your local council offices. You should always check your local council regulations as they vary from borough to borough and your property may be subject to restrictions.
Do I have to treat my fence?Most of our timber products are pressure treated against rot and decay. It is recommended, however, that you apply an appropriate treatment or preservative at regular intervals to maintain the condition of your fence, especially if it is a softwood fence.
Does the life-span of the various types of fencing differ greatly?Oak and chestnut products have a durable rating: i.e. last 20+ years with ground contact. Most fencing is softwood: this has a perishable rating, i.e. 2-5 years' life. All good fencing companies should pressure-treat their timber, thereby extending the potential life of the fence to 10 - 15 years. As with most things, more durable timbers will be more costly so it pays weighing off how long you plan to spend at the property. If you are looking for top longevity, it pays to compare the cost of the fence per year.