Your Fence Building Service

Because Everyone Needs Boundaries 
We Can Build Lots Of Different Fences Like :​
  • Feather Edge (Close Board)
  • Pannel 
  • Hit & Miss
  • Trelis
  • Ranch Style
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Our Price Guide

Our guide below is an indication of Our prices and it's intended to give you an idea of the cost. It's not a definitive price in anyway.  We can come and give you your free estimate which will be a more accurate price. 

The price with Fences is difficult to categorise as there are so many different factors to consider, such as what type of Fence you require?, how high do you need the fence?, What size do you want the fence ?,  do you require a gravel board ?, and so on.

 

As you can imagine the list goes on and on, so a unique estimate is needed for each project or job but don't worry as our estimates are free.

Price Example - 6 Ft high Feather edge (close Board) fence with gravel board works out roughly £60 per metre

The Lawn Cutting Process 

Types Of Fences

There is a wide range of fencing available these days, so the options are almost limitless. With the choice of so many different materials, effects and colours its not just a case of what will look best but of course the cost and the purpose of the fence. 

Below is a chart that lists the most common fence styles in the UK and their advantages and disadvantages along with some useful information. 

Just Click on the PDF file below to see the chart. 

We Use Quality Materials, Equipment & Fixings 

We use only reliably sourced timber accredited by the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) assuring our impact on the environment is as minimal as possible. 

Also we use fixings that are manufactured by quality reputable companies such as screws from the german company Spax and nails (for the nail guns) from the market leader Paslode.

 

Additionally we take a high standard approach when choosing our equipment to ensure that the final finish is the best possible.    

After care advice

As we use pressure treated timber in most cases the best aftercare would be to either paint your fence or use a preservative to keep the natural colour of the fence. It is advised to treat your timber every 18-24 months but we recommend treating every 12 - 18 months to err on the side of caution.

Like you, we want your newly built fence to last so as an extra precaution we apply preservative to each cut end when we make any cuts. 

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Neath, Neath Port Talbot, Wales, United Kingdom