Fencing Services

We are professional fencing contractors with years of experience.

Take a look below to see what we can supply and fit.

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All of the panels we install  (with the exception of the Budget Waney Lap) are made with Tanalised timber and can be supplied with a flat or arch top, dipped in green, brown or cedar red wood stain and fitted with concrete or wooden posts & plinths.

We can install custom made fencing of any size. If you need odd sized panels to fit between brick work pillows or if you would like to renew your panels but keep your existing concrete posts we can help.

We can supply and fit custom, made to measure, Gates (see our gallery for some examples).

We work to a string line where ever possible to ensure your fence is as straight as it can be and to the boundary line.

When installing concrete fencing we pack the plinths either side with concrete.

“IT WILL NOT MOVE OR SINK IN A MONTHS TIME”

WHY CHOOSE US?

We have a good reputation and over 15 years experience in fencing installation.

We pride ourselves on leaving you premises clean and tidy and all debris is removed. We are licensed to carry the waste away and for your peace of mind we carry full Public Liability of £2M

Don’t just take our word for it, take a look at our extensive gallery and read the testimonials from our customers. Our work speaks for itself.

Give us a call or contact us through our contact page. Leave us a message if we are busy, a simple name and number will do; we will call you back

Waney Lap is a budget panel and so is not tanalised. It looks the same from both sides and is the cheaper option.

Waney Lap

Vertilap & Fully Faced panels are very much the same in construction except that the individual boards overlap in a slightly different way.

Vertilap: Sinle boards overlap at one edge.
Fully Faced: Two boards meet and another board covers the gap.

Both panels have a face and reverse side. The face side is the more decorative and the reverse shows the supporting rails.

Vertilap

Single Sided Hit/Miss panels have a decorative side and a reverse side. The reverse side shows the supporting rails.

There is a gap between the boards and this makes it an ideal choice for a fence erected in particularly  windy positions. The gap allows air to flow through and so making the fence less resistant.

Single Sided Hit/Miss

Hit/Miss panels look the same on both sides. There is a gap between the boards and this makes it an ideal choice for a fence erected in particularly windy positions. The gap allows the air to flow through and so making it less resistant.

Hit/Miss

Closeboard Hit/Miss panels look the same on both sides. There is a gap between the boards and this makes it an ideal choice for  fence erected in particularly windy positions. The gap allows the air to flow through and so making the fence less resistant.

The only difference from the standard Hit/Miss panels is that the boards are closer together.

Closeboard Hit/Miss

Vertilap & Fully Faced panels are very much the same in construction except that the individual boards overlap in a slightly different way.

Vertilap: Sinle boards overlap at one edge.
Fully Faced: Two boards meet and another board covers the gap.

Both panels have a face and reverse side. The face side is the more decorative and the reverse shows the supporting rails.

Fully Faced

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