A Replacement Fencing Job We Completed in Southampton in February 2017
This replacement fencing project first saw us remove the old and very worn out old fencing panels. The home owner had arranged access with their neighbour prior to us beginning the new fence project. We always recommend alerting your neighbour, even if you own/are paying for the fencing work as we will need to access their land as part of the work. We provide free quotes and advice for all fencing jobs so please feel free to talk through any concerns or to get a full expectation of what will be required to build your new fencing.
Building the New Fence
Once we had removed the old fencing and dug out the old posts we were in a position to start building the new fencing. The customer had chosen the combination of concrete posts and gravel boards with 6ft overlap panels to form the main fencing. The advantage of this combination is a very long lasting skeleton for your fencing that won’t rot or deteriorate in the same way wooden posts or wooden kick boards could do. As the fence panels won’t last as long as the posts, we will be able to replace individual panels as when they are required.
As with all wooden elements exposed to the outdoor elements, you are able to prolong their life by applying fence wood treatments to nourish and protect the wood. The majority of the fencing we supply comes pre-treated to help extend its life (again we listen to you and your project budget before making our recommendations for what you could chose to go for…).
The New Replacement Fence in All Its Glory!
Here we have the completed fencing project. Compared to the old fence we replaced it looked absolutely great!