Introduction to Fencing


Chestnut Pale Fencing

Chestnut Pale Fencing


Posted on 11th January 2016

An instant fence that can be quickly and simply installed. Galvanised wire strands link together pointed chestnut pales which are attached to chestnut...

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Post and Rail Fencing


Posted on 11th January 2016

This type of fencing is commonly installed in agricultural and equestrian borders, being particularly useful for paddocks. A sturdy barrier is made with vertical support posts and a series of staggered horizontal rails....

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Security Fencing

Security Fencing


Posted on 11th January 2016

These pictures shows a galvanised steel perimeter fence we installed in a Tonbridge industrial estate. It’s a solid palisade fence constructed of vertical metal bars connected at the top and bottom with a horizontal bar. It has spikes on the top to prevent climbing. This is just one example so for specific security requirements do contact us for...

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Decking

Decking


Posted on 11th January 2016

This is used to create a level, clean platform that can be used all year round. Decking can be elevated from the ground and is sometimes connected to a building. It can be enclosed by balustrading for safety. Often it is used to create an entirely new feature or to tidy up difficult...

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Gates

Gates


Posted on 11th January 2016

We offer a huge range from single pedestrian to substantial entrance gates and also agricultural and field gates. There are standard sizes available or our bespoke service to meet any...

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Panel Fencing

Panel Fencing


Posted on 11th January 2016

Offering instant screening and value for money, larch lap fence panels are a popular choice. Standard width panels are 1.83m but can be cut to size. Concrete or wooden posts are cemented into the ground with panels fitted between...

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Palisade Fencing (Picket fence)

Palisade Fencing (Picket fence)


Posted on 30th December 2015

Often used in exposed or windy areas, the gaps between the uprights allow wind to pass through. This will help to prevent the panel being damaged or blown down. Horizontal rails strengthen and support the fence. Low palisade fencing is ideal as an attractive boundary to the front garden and can be white-washed to give a timeless colonial...

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Close-board fencing

Close-board fencing


Posted on 30th December 2015

A close-board fence is made up in lengths normally 2.4m long with feather edged boards fixed to horizontal rails. This style of fence can be topped with a capping rail and a variety of finished...

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Stock Fencing / Netting

Stock Fencing / Netting


Posted on 11th January 2013

Wire netting is attached to chestnut posts and tensioned with struts and strainers. There are a variety of uses for this type of fence with different grades of netting for each...

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