There are many reasons why you might wish to update or upgrade your garden fencing. You may be looking to improve security, and to deter would-be intruders. You may want to create a sense of privacy and seclusion, or to make it safer for pets and children to enjoy your outdoor space. Perhaps it’s simply a case of beautifying your garden with attractive fencing that complements your landscape gardening scheme. Whatever your reasons for investing, our Crawley based landscapers are here to help.
Covering Surrey, West Sussex and nearby London locales, Slade Landscapes has fencing options to suit all tastes and budgets, with different panels and posts to mix and match. Our team, known for its work ethic and spectacular results, also undertakes repair work. So if your fencing has sustained damage due to extreme weather, vandalism or a garden accident, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Often referred to as featheredge fencing, this is a durable style of fencing that can help improve garden security and privacy. It employs individual, tapered boards which are installed vertically, to create a solid fence that can also be used for boundary marking.
Lap Panel Fencing
Another solid fencing option popular amongst our clients in and around Crawley, lap panel boards have a raw and natural aesthetic. One side is waned and covered in bark, as the boards are cut straight from the tree. The other has a square edge, and boards are fitted with a slight overlap. An economical choice that can suit all sorts of approaches to landscape gardening, lap panel fencing can also be used to set out boundaries.
If you’re looking for something decorative, or simply to mark a boundary, consider picket (palisade) fencing. A great choice for a quaint, cute landscape gardening scheme, many of our clients use this form of fencing to provide a basic level of protection and containment, protecting children and pets from traffic. It’s also a great choice to mark off vegetables patches or herb gardens in larger spaces.
This is a fairly broad category which includes popular styles like lattice and horizontal weave fencing. Some forms of decorative fencing also score high marks in privacy and security, while others are there purely to be eye-candy. They’re a way to make a statement with an essential feature: to get creative while ticking an important box, e.g setting a boundary.
At Slade Landscapes, we’re all about using quality materials whether we’re laying paving, installing driveways or erecting garden fencing. That’s why we only use pressure-treated fences of the upmost quality. This helps treat the wood, granting it a level of resistance to rot, decay and general wear and tear. It also gives us the confidence to give five year guarantees on all new fencing.
Wherever you’re based in Surrey, West Sussex or London, call our Crawley office at your earliest convenience to arrange an in-person consultation and obtain a free, no obligation quote.