Wooden fencing

Wooden fencing

Fencing is important for a number of reasons but often it’s simply used to either keep people or animals out, or keep them in. Fencing acts as a border for gardens and private land, with a range of styles and designs to create an aesthetic appeal at the same time.

For domestic use, fences tend to be decorative for the front of your home and large borders in the back garden. With a fence, it all depends on what application it will serve to how it looks.

Benefits for home fencing

The benefits for home wooden fencing will vary for many properties depending on what need it must serve.

However, some of the top advantages include:

  • Additional home security

Fences act as a border to our homes and with an installation you’ll add security to your home and prevent easy access to your back garden. Back garden fences are traditionally around six feet high, which instantly makes it harder for intruders to gain access. Decoration isn’t seen as important, although there are many styles to choose from. And of course, over time you can paint the fence for a redecoration purpose.

  • Decoration

Decorative fences or wooden picket fencing are often most appropriate for the front garden, where security isn’t as paramount. Instead, you’re more likely to opt for a front garden fence specifically for decoration and to add something different. They won’t be particularly high and wooden fence posts are normally spread out, rather than appearing as a solid block.

  • Keep animals in or out

Keeping animals in or out of your property is another popular incentive for having a new fence fitted. Dogs in particular are prone to escaping, so solid, sturdy wooden fence panels is a necessity to keep them in. In a similar way, the fence will keep other people’s animals out.

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Local Wooden fencing Projects

Project: front fence, side panel fence, brick path way mother does not live at the property but is taking care of it for her son the side panel fencing needs fixing as well and he would also like some sm...
Project: Need a concrete platform building surrounded by wooden fencing and a gate to house wheelie bins. Spoke to mr. Property manager. Work to commence asap. Please contact 9.30 to 6 to quote.
Project: Erect a 3ft high - 20 ft long brick fence to front aspect of property for a front garden and include a metal 3ft gate entrance. spoke to ms homeowner wants work done asap can call anytime
Project: left hand wall in the garden needs a fence, dont particularly want to spend a lot of money.would help to have a low quote. lvnc
Project: approx 59ft garden fence needed putting up on one side, will need 1ft gravel board at bottom as neighbours garden is a foot higher than ours. Four 6ft high panels and four 4ft panels with 2ft trellis ...
Project: Supply and fix new concrete posts and feather edge close boarding and new arris rails. To consist of three bays of 6ft and one bay down to 4ft high.Bricked gravel boards starting from 2 courses high t...
Project: Garden approx 15ft wide by 80ft long requires fencing on both sides and along bottom with gate. About 6ft high, concrete posts preferable. Must be wooden panels for privacy but not expensive type. ...
Project: We have a joint fence with our neighbours but is is falling down due to the rowth of climbers. we need to replace a couple panels but we DO NOT want to lose all the greenery, so we want to say the adj...
Project: Spoke to Mrs Homr Owner Looing for quote for the following replace fencing following an extension Please contact to quote and assist
Project: supply&fit, 10 x 8ft concrete posts with 12inch high kick boards&5ft high wooden slat fencing. lvnc*
Project: Need to install an iron fence + front gate in front of the house- width approx 6-7 metres, as well as digging a small trench next to the fence to grow hedge, and circle in the middle of the driveway f...
Project: Need someone to take down existing fence, buy and put up new fence along one side of the house. Possibly, gate posts and gate as well. lvnc
Project: replace fencing and add new fencing where there is currently a brick wall - this area is also concreted - would also like advice on max height i am able to have lvnc
Project: Small decking 4 x 4m Timber fence 12m long Take away old shed and replace with new If possible new lawn Spoke to mr. Homeowner. Work to commence asap. Please contact anytime.
Project: I require 4 bays 6ft x 6ft including gravel boards & concrete posts, supply and erect. Spoke to mr. Homeowner. Work to commence in the next month. Please contact anytime.
Project: a 66' closeboard fence 5' high with 2/3' high trellis fixed on top this, with 5/8 cm holes to replace existing fence and trellis. Cement and timber posts already in existence at 9' distances. extra...
Project: Enclosure of garden, particularly to keep in dogs (one lab cross that likes jumping), but also likely to keep small pigs in the garden. Internal fence required for veg patch. lvnc
Project: Spoke to Mr dealing for parners father Home Owner Looking for a quote for the following front garden: wrought iron fencing and gate. xx xx xx xx xx xx xx xx ...
Project: Installation of new fencing to rear of my property Approx 10m in length and 4ft high. Spoke to mr. Homeowner. Please contact anytime.
Project: supply and fit fencing move garden shed general maintenance of neglected garden lvnc

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Wooden fencing activity in March 2018

Wooden fencing Projects in the UK in March 2018

February 2018 January / February
South East 880 1%
Greater London 620 0%
Yorkshire & Humber 540 -22%
North West 450 -26%
Scotland 436 3%
South West 391 -20%
East Midlands 353 -18%
Western Midlands 331 -13%
Wales 282 -17%
East Of England 240 -8%
Northern Ireland 97 -50%
North East 30 -57%
United Kingdom 4,650 -14%

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.

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