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Thank you for visiting the garden fencing and fence installation services for Edinburgh & the Lothians section of our web site. We offer a free, no-obligation consultation so please contact us regarding garden landscaping project.
We carry out a site survey so we can introduce ourselves, gain an understanding of your fencing project and discuss your timescale's. We will provide you with a written estimate for both the labour and materials for your garden fencing project.
We can source all types of fence materials & fence panels - wood - from our Edinburgh fencing suppliers and most fence materials are from stock. This ensures we can complete your fencing project in within your chosen timescale.
Remember to think carefully about the choice of fencing materials as you will be looking at the results for years to come.
Our team will be removing any old and damaged fencing and will complete any required preparation work before we embark on our fence repair service for Edinburgh. All damaged fence materials will be taken off site and disposed of ethically - we use Colinton Community Compost to dispose of your fence repair materials. With our fence repair service we can match our locally sourced materials with your existing fence. This ensures as seamless a fence repair as possible.
One of the questions we are frequently asked is how long will your new fence last? We only use the best materials for your fence installation service, all wood comes pre-treated from our suppliers. Your fence posts will be “cemented” into the ground at an appropriate depth ensuring your new fence will be protected against strong winds.
As mentioned, all your garden fencing materials come pre-treated from our suppliers, but we would still recommend staining or painting your fence. It can often be quicker to paint or stain your fence before it is installed. Remember to think carefully about which colour to paint or stain your fence as you will be looking at it for years to come.