Fencing Types

Overlap fence panels

image12

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

Closeboard fence panels

image13

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

Traditional closeboard fencing

image14

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

Decorative fence panels

image15

Pre made slotted panels that come in different variations, such as curve top omega lattice as pictured

Chestnut post & rail

image16

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

Agricultural post & rail

image17

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

Stock fencing

image18

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


Palisade (picket)

image19

A decorative subtle boundary, ideal for front gardens 

Chain-link

image20

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

Meshed panels (security)

image21

Durable fencing used for security purposes on commercial sites and schools

GATES

Traditional closeboard gates

image22

Cottage style gates

image23

Field gates

image24

Driveway gates

image25

Palisade (picket) gates

image26

Double & curved top gates

image27