Our team are always on hand with advice and support for your fencing enquiry.
Do you supply fencing as well as install?
We are able to just supply you with fencing or gates if that is what you need but our main business is installing.
Do you offer a warranty?
Yes we do! We offer a 2 year labour warranty with all of our fence and gate installations if you fill out our feedback form we send with your invoice. This is double what our competitors offer!
Do you still work in the winter?
Yes we sure do! Winter is actually the best time to get your fence done as you will beat the mad rush over the spring and summer.
Which is better, Concrete or Timber?
This is a preference thing as you can get timber posts that are guaranteed for 25 years so longevity isn’t an issue there. Timber is also cheaper to install as it is lighter so if price is a factor then timber is the best option.
Do you take credit card payments?
Yes we do! We take all major credit and debit cards.
Do you do all types of fencing?
Yes – we do all types. Timber to concrete, metal to composite. Be it a large commercial project or a small domestic dog proofing job – we do it all!
Do we need planning permission for a fence?
You may well need planning permission especially if you live in a conservation area. Normally a fence over 2 meters tall requires planning unless it is adjacent to a highway then it may be up to 1.2m. Just check with your local council as they can vary.
Do you paint fences?
We don’t paint fencing but if you are going to have it done then we recommend waiting a few months after the new fence has been installed so it has weathered a bit – this will allow it to dry and absorb the paint or stain better.
Is all of the timber you use treated?
Yes all of the timber we use is treated. Once your new fence is installed, you won’t need to do anything to the fence. Then after time you may want to stain it but this isn’t always necessary.
Do you use Jacksons Fencing products?
Yes we do. We use the Jacksons Fencing range all the time and we love to install their products. We even won their Approved Installer of the Year award.
I have a crack in my post, is this normal?
Cracks and splits are perfectly normal and very common with timber. All timber will have small splits that may not be visible at first, but when the timber dries out (especially more so in the summer months) the split can open to show a crack. This can seem alarming at first but is nothing to worry about as it does not affect the integrity of the post. You will find that in the winter, with more moisture in the air, the crack may close up.
If the crack looks unsightly then feel free to put some filler in the gap.