POPULAR BARE METAL FENCING
It has been a busy month for our teams travelling all over the country installing traditional Estate Fencing and our bare metal fencing has been a popular choice for our clients.
Our bare metal fencing is untreated and left to weather naturally on its own. Over the course of a few months the fence will create rust and will blend beautifully into the landscape. Our bare metal fencing requires no long term maintenance.
In South Oxfordshire, we removed our clients existing timber/wire fence and replaced with our traditional estate fencing.
After a site visit we suggested a fence height of 1100mm, this is slightly lower than our standard 1200mm and more in line with the old fashioned fence height. The main section of fencing installed linked to a field gate on the main road, from the other side of the field gate followed a section of fencing along the hedge line.
In total our team installed 200m of traditional estate fencing, our standard field and pedestrian gate.
One of our teams has spent three weeks just outside the market town of Leominster installing bare metal fencing.
The client required fencing along a driveway to the entrance of the property to replace the existing wooden split rail fencing.
We installed 620m of bare metal estate fencing into soil measuring 1100mm height and six 12ft field gates.
We visited Berkshire to install estate railings in our client’s tiered garden. We installed railings either side of the steps and a run of fencing through the centre.
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