Fencing repairs in time for the winter


21 Oct Fencing repairs in time for the winter

Don’t leave your fencing repairs till its too late

If you need to have fencing repairs carried out, try not to leave it too late. The winter weather will soon be approaching, depending on the severity of the damage and condition they could get a lot worse.

You can identify broken posts if they wobble when handed. We can replace your existing posts if your panels are in good condition. Individual fencing panels can often be replaced too. However, if panels are old and dried out they are not as easy to repairs, the wood can split when nails are put into the wood.

When it comes to fencing repairs, it really depends on how much of the fence is broken or damaged. It may prove more cost effective to replace the fence with a new one. If a good quality fence is maintained it should last for a number of years.

If you prefer to do your own DIY fencing repairs, call us with the measurements, style of fencing and your requirements and will give you a quote. Upon acceptance we will deliver the fencing to your home, measurements need to be in feet or metric.

Alternatively call our team for a free quotation for your fencing repairs.

We offer a large range of fencing for the agricultural and commercial industries. All the fencing we supply is erected to British Standards 1722. We treat the fencing to resist rot, fungus & insect attacks.

When we erect new fencing, all old fencing or gates are taken away free of charge and recycled to help with the environment.


We supply fencing and gates for:

  • Commercial industry
  • Agricultural Industry
  • Farms
  • Security requirements

Other services include:

  • Decking
  • Pergolas and Trellis
  • Raised flower beds
  • Raised vegetable beds

We often have offers on fencing and gates. To keep informed of all our latest offers and products, please join our Facebook page. 

You can find out more about our fencing repairs and our emergency call out numbers on our dedicated page 

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