Professional Fencing Installation Service
Our fencing Dorset service provides professionalism from supply, to installation. We advise and plan on the merit of every individual garden and the unique requirements of each client.
Planning & Installation Process
We offer a range of fence types to our clients in Bournemouth, Poole, Christchurch and the New Forest. From picket to close-board fencing, we always provide a professional service.
Free initial fencing consultation
We provide an initial free, no-obligation consultation where we can measure your fence line and discuss requirements with you and create a brief.
Quotation & acceptance
Once we have completed the brief , we can provide you with a full, detailed quotation.
Installation of your new fence
Once the work has been accepted, we can book in the project. All the work completed by our fencing Dorset service is completed to a high standard.
Our Fencing Services
A well built, strong fence is essential for your security and privacy. There are many different types, styles and heights to choose from. We can help you decide on the best options for your presonal garden or business. The fencing Dorset service we provide can supply and install all the options listed below.
A type of fence that is constructed from scratch on site. Firstly a timber frame is built, then the feather-edged cladding is fixed to it. This type of fence is particularly strong and can be built from 1.5 to 2.3 meters tall. Close board fencing is a good option if you live on a slope as the fence can be built to incorporate the slope.
A low, ornamental fence type which is typically found at the front of a property.
Timber fence longevity and standards
If a timber fence is built using good quality and pressure-treated timber, then it should it should be long-lasting.
There is a frequently asked question that all fencing contractors have to answer on nearly every appointment - "Will the post rot?", well in short, yes. Timber will rot, but many factors affect the pace in which timber rots. A good fencing contractor will use pressure-treated timber and take steps to protect any timber in or touching the ground. If the conditions are right and the contractor does these steps, then the fence will last a long time.
Fencing Dorset always recommends using pressure-treated timber and not dip-treated where possible, especially if your garden is wet. If you have a wet garden, then you may want to consider using concrete posts.