Garden fencing service projects are another of our specialities when it comes to garden services. We have completed that many fencing projects throughout Dudley, Wolverhampton, Birmingham and the West Midlands over the years. Our customers have always been satisfied with the end result.

Our garden fencing Service and what we do

With every fencing service project, we will come to view the site that requires the work. Then discuss your fencing options and we will provide you with a free quote. There is a wide range of fencing options available to you depending on your budget. If accepted, then we will arrange a date and time to come and complete the work that is perfect for you.

Benefits

We will carry out the work in a quick and efficient manner. Causing as little disruption as possible.

Garden fencing erection questions

What are the legal restrictions on my fence?

Depending on where you live, there may be zoning ordinances in place that require you to get a permit before building a fence. The height, material or design of your fence may also be restricted by local ordinances or the rules of the local homeowner’s association if you live in a subdivision that features deed restrictions or other binding guidelines. Though not exactly a restriction, in most populated areas you are also required by law to contact local utility companies or your state’s one-call service to schedule a survey of your property to mark any buried utility lines before you can dig holes for your fence posts.

Should I tell my neighbours that I am installing a fence?

It is always best to let your neighbours know that you are carrying out a fence installation. It is common courtesy to do so. I’m sure that they would be grateful as they would know whether to keep the dog out of the way for a few hours.

Will the weather affect the fence installation?

Depending on where you live, there may be zoning ordinances in place that require you to get a permit before building a fence. The height, material or design of your fence may also be restricted by local ordinances or the rules of the local homeowner’s association if you live in a subdivision that features deed restrictions or other binding guidelines. Though not exactly a restriction, in most populated areas you are also required by law to contact local utility companies or your state’s one-call service to schedule a survey of your property to mark any buried utility lines before you can dig holes for your fence posts.

How high should my fence be?

Although the exact distance can vary, depending on the overall height of your fence, in general, you should dig holes for your fence posts at least 3 feet deep or even deeper for tall fences. The post holes should be at least a few inches wider than the posts you are installing to accommodate concrete that will help support the posts, although the exact dimensions will depend on the fence material and fence height. This is especially important for posts that will support a gate since an additional support post may need to be installed beside the main post and the concrete will help hold both posts in place.

How long will it take to install the fence?

This depends on many factors, such as; how long the fence is, what type of fence is being installed? Also, will the fence be bespoke built or will it be concrete stumps, gravel boards, and panels? We like to complete our fencing erections in a timely manner.

How long will the fence last?

This will depend on a number of factors. Aluminium, wire or steel fences can last for years. Wooden fences may last years too. As long as they are properly maintained and treated yearly with the appropriate solutions. This will help them to last longer against the elements.

What are the different types of fencing?

  • feathered
  • loglap
  • standard and more

Get in touch to find out more about our garden fencing service

Now you know a bit more about our fencing installation service, give us a call on 01384 359 219 or complete our quick online form to find out more.

Thank you to Roy and the team for taking down that huge conifer. The garden feels so much brighter., James, Oldbury
Or parking area and grounds look great. It gives a good impression when clients turn up for meetings., David Longsworth
I'm really happy with the results. I can now get out and enjoy the garden.  , Joan, Dudley