We believe that patios form an important part of a garden, they not only give a home a practical area that is still usable during wet weather and winter when the grass is soft and off limits. They also make an impression upon any guests you may have at your home.
Patios are by no means the limit of what we can do as we have a broad skill base and can happily take on any tasks that you may need to get done in order to achieve the garden you have always dreamed of.
Closeboard/Featherboard style fences:
Both Closeboard and Featherboard fences are currently the most popular style of fencing. They suit any location, situation or contour of land and are available in any height size from 1ft to 10ft.
Featherboard fences are a particularly robust and strong fence, giving durability and long-life. All wood is treated as well as using galvanised fixing nails. A rebated capping can also be fitted to give a true quality finish. All types of trellis work can be added to further enhance the visual impact of the fencing we provide.
Closeboard fencing is generally constructed using 4" wide posts (100x100), that are set 7ft apart & 2 ft in the ground, placed in a concrete post fix. The base gravel board is then fitted to these posts, with 3 horizontal rails of a similar size to 3"x2".
Once the framework is established the individual boards are then attached. All overlapping, but can either be thinner at one edge (Featherboard), or uniform in thickness (Closeboard).
Feather Edge style fences:
Feather Edge Fences are another popular style of fencing. Feather Edge fences are very similar to the Closeboard fences, with the only main difference being that the feather edge type is thicker on one side, whilst thinner at the other. Creating a 'wedge' effect which is then also overlapped.
Feather Edge Fences are just as strong and durable as the Closeboard and Featherboard fencing types, providing lasting longevity and reliability. A rebated capping can be fitted to these styles of fence to give a high-quality finish.
Hit And Miss style fences:
Many locations are usually met with particularly strong and persistent winds. In this situation, a hit and miss style of fencing is the most favourable. Offset or intermittent wooden pieces, all designed and crafted to required specification, allow the wind to blow through them, greatly reducing the impact of the wind on the fence, and significantly reducing the amount of pressure and force upon the structure.
Picket style fences:
Picket Fences give a more traditional 'English Rose' style to a garden. Generally low profile, they use individual round or pointed top pickets on a stable, solid frame work.
Picket Fences can also include a matching Picket Gate. This type of fencing is not only visually attractive for most gardens, but they can also provide a way to confine the movement of children and animals within the garden itself.
Panel style fences:
Panel Fences are a more strandardised style of fence. It is comprised of larch panels that are 6ft wide with various heights from 2ft to 6ft. This style of fence can provide a neat uniform appearance and goes with with any garden.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any queries and questions about which fence is best for your property.