The first step is taking a look through the fencing styles on our website to see your options. Once you have an idea of your preferred fence, or if you're still uncertain of your options, please call our customer care or submit your contact details on the form. We will get you booked in for site survey with the installer for your area.
The Installer will vistit to measure the location of your new fence and talk through you're requirements. If you're unsure of the options, with his indepth knowledge of fencing solutions he can help workout the best options for your garden.
Once the installer has all the required information, we will do our best to have a written quotation emailed to you within 72 hours from the site visit. We are happy to produce alternative quotations for different fence products and budgets. Quotations are free, please take your time to consider your options and we recommend you get a minimum of three competitor quotations.
When you're ready place your order with us, please accept by email and we will contact you to book a date for installation. (lead time varies between two and five weeks depending on the time of year).
On the day of your installation, your local installer will remove and dispose of your old fencing . Following this, the installer will then install your new garden fence, whilst tidying up along the way. Access to power for tools and water maybe required.
The final step of the process is payment. We will invoice once installation is complete and you are happy, you will be required to pay before the installer leaves your property.
When replacing a fence, always try to choose a style that is in keeping with your garden. in some cases changing the material of the fence could increase the longiverty of the fence.
There are many options for fencing design styles and the materials fencing is constructed from, the location and its purpose will be important considerations.
A tall solid fence will offer greater privacy and depending how its constructed will increase security.
With the diverse weather conditions here in the UK, concrete post will always out live timber post giving better value, concrete posts are more commanly used in more urban areas. properly treated and good ongoing maintenance to timber post will increase the life of the timber.
For the more traditional country home a full wooden fencing solution may be your prefered choice to best suit your taste of tradition, in this case its important that fully pressure treaded fence products are used for longer life span of the wood.
It is necessary to do good ongoing maintenance to a fully timber fence to get the best life expectancy from the product.
If the property is in a conservation area or the new fence is next to a highway then you may need to check before commencing work.
When we remove you old fence it is surpising how much rubbish it generates, we are fully licenced to transport the waste and dispose of it responsibly.
Front and side sides of properties are most likely to have services crossing or running beside the boundary fence line.
Sometimes the fence posts have rotted in the ground. Leaving the fence more likely to be blown down in medium to high winds. So a quick low cost solution would be to have concrete spur post installed to support the existing rotted timber post.