Landscape Gardening Services

Fencing Services

A fence can come in all shapes and sizes. We provide various options for separating areas within your garden as well as defining its perimeter.

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Common Types of Garden Fence

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    An attractive style of timber fencing that is typically short in height and constructed with its pickets spaced apart - so that it doesn't obstruct the view so much. As with timber fences, it can be treated with wood-stain or painted various colours to suit.

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    Feather Edge

    Also known as "close board fencing", it's highly popular in residential areas as it provides additional privacy and helps shield a property from noise. Comes in various heights with concrete or timber posts and gravel boards.

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    Post & Rail

    A typically rural style of fencing often used for agricultural and equestrian purposes but also attractive in residential settings. Generally speaking, it's one of the most straight-forward and low cost styles of fencing.

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    Wire Stock

    Less obtrusive on the landscape - despite not being the most attractive up close - wire stock fence is best used for containing livestock. Wire can come standard or barbed and the gauge will be dependent on the animal it’s intended to contain.

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    One for the security conscious, similar to the picket fence but usually taller and certainly stronger and more robust. Made from galvanised steel with sharp spiked tops, the fence can be painted to fit its surroundings if it looks a little too intimidating.

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    Chain Link

    Another type of security fencing that's softer on the eye than palisade. A relatively low cost fence that can come in PVC coated colour variations.