Britannia Projects


25Oct

BARE METAL ESTATE FENCING, OXFORDSHIRE

We were taken recently taken to Oxfordshire to replace our clients existing wooden fence with our traditional estate fencing.

In the Oxfordshire sunshine, 227m of bare metal estate fencing with two 4m field gates were installed.

The installation came with a couple of challenges.  The ground conditions were good for majority of the fence line, there was a section of fencing on an WW2 based that required installing on concrete, this required drilling through the concrete to install.

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Our CAT scanners detected one old underground cables, these cables were a new find to us and the client.  The cable ran for 120m just a foot away from the fence line, to ensure that no damage was done to the cables our teams dug along the fence line by hand.

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Our bare metal fencing is untreated and requires no long term maintenance.

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