Woodham Fencing offer a wide range of garden fencing solutions that are professionally installed using the best fencing materials (locally sourced). We can install cost effective picket fencing all the way through to decorative panel fencing. During a site visit we will be happy to advise on which fencing styles would be best suited to your requirements and address any questions that you may have.
Fencing Styles We Install
All wood products are treated unless otherwise stated
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Dip treated wood panel fencing constructed with wood or concrete posts & gravel boards.
Typically all posts are concreted in to a minimum depth of 45cm (18 inches) unless otherwise stated. The top of the concrete mix is back filled with soil or turf when going into soft ground.
Are the fence panels treated?
As standard, all fencing materials (i.e. wooden posts and panels) are treated in either a green or brown finish.
How high can my fence be?
As a general rule, fences in rear gardens can be up to 2m high. Check out this link to read information from Planning Portal.
Will you take away our old fence?
Yes. Included in every quote is the removal of the existing fence if applicable. Often there is garden waste where we need to cut back to access the fence line.
Are your quotes all inclusive?
All of our quotes are inclusive with no hidden extras. Any changes to the job are agreed in advance and if they incur an additional charge we will always advise you prior to going ahead.
Will you leave my garden in a good state?
We always endeavour to work as tidily as possible so that your garden is exactly how we found it (except for a lovely new fence). However, when the ground is wet, footprints etc. are inevitable. But very shortly after your garden will recover to its former state.
Which side of the fence do I see in my garden?
When it is your boundary fence, the etiquette is to show the good side to your neighbour. However, there is no law to say you have to do this.
If a slide in panel needs to be replaced and you have the good side, then you will have to replace the panel from your neighbours garden.
When your fence backs onto a public place, from a security perspective it is better to show the good side of the panel on the outside.