30 Nov Quality Timber Fencing – Direct to your door
Fencing Timber – Don’t be mislead with poor quality timber
When it comes to choosing your fencing. Don’t be mislead with a cheap price that could often be down to the use of a poor quality timber.
Choosing the right kind of wood for your fencing panels is important. To prolong the durability and longevity of the panels.
Fencing panels come from varieties of different woods and come in different shapes and sizes to meet your specific needs. Our panels can be made to your specific size and specifications.
Boundary or Border
When it comes to boundaries or borders around your property. You should must certainly make sure that the wood is of good quality and made to last.
Whichever timber you choose for your boundary, always keep in mind that you will still have to regularly treat it.
Whether supply only or supply and fit. All our fencing is all treated to resist rot, fungus & insect attack and is erected to British Standards 1722.
The quality of our fencing is important to us, as we supply domestic households, agricultural and also commercial businesses throughout the UK.
Delivered straight to your door
We can delivery your fencing, nails, and posts direct to your door. We can work out a package deal to suit your requirements.
Simply give us a call with your measurements for your fence or gate and we will do the rest.
Our supply only fencing can be supplied anywhere in the UK, delivery charges apply, please ask for details.
Supply and Fit
If you prefer a supply and fit service. Just give us a call and one of our team will come out and give you a quotation. We will take all the measurements and give you a no obligation quotation to erect your fencing.
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