Fencing Types

Traditional closeboard in timber

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Constructed on site, using arris rails, timber posts, timber gravel boards and featheredge

Traditional closeboard in concrete

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 Constructed on site, using arris rails, concrete posts, concrete gravel boards and featheredge 

Overlap panels in timber

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  Pre made panels that can be attached to timber posts. Panels are the same appearance on both sides

Overlap panels in concrete

Pre made panels that can be slotted into concrete posts

Pre made panels that can be slotted into concrete posts. Panels are the same appearance on both sides

Closeboard panels in timber

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 Pre made panels that can be attached to timber posts. Pictured above is the inside view of the panel

Closeboard panels in concrete

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 Pre made panels that can slot into concrete posts. Pictured above is the outside view of the panel 

Chestnut post & rail

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 Ideal for creating a positive aesthetical boundary to the front or driveway of a property 

Agricultural post & rail

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Ideal for creating a boundary on open land. Galvanised wire can be added to keep in/out livestock

Stock fencing

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Using peeled stakes or machine round timber posts with galvanised steel wire. Ideal for keeping out deer


Palisade (picket)

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A decorative subtle boundary, ideal for front gardens 

Chain-link

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Green PVC coated chain-link fencing for boundary lines and security

Meshed panels (security)

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Durable fencing used for security purposes on commercial sites and schools

GATES

Traditional closeboard gates

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Cottage style gates

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Field gates

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Driveway gates

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Palisade (picket) gates

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Double & curved top gates

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