Britannia Projects


04Feb

CHALLENGING GROUND - ESTATE FENCING INSTALLATION IN DENMARK

Good quality Estate fencing is a rarity to find outside of the UK. Imported modular fencing is available and has its uses. However, customers who require seamless fencing without being spoiled by poor installation or clips and collars are limited by choice the further away from the UK they are.

Through various phases over a two year period, we worked on a fantastic Private Estate and Deer Park in Denmark. We installed 4km of our Continuously Welded Estate Fencing, various Gates and Bespoke Dog Kennels.

The soil in the west of Denmark was challenging. It is almost pure sand and much of the fencing is on reclaimed woodland, presented concerns with regards to strength. To remedy the sandy ground we welded large flat plates to uprights that were driven deeper into the ground than here in the UK.

The fence still remains solid as well as remaining incredibly pleasing to the eye.

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