The reasons people favour putting up fences are as many as there are styles and types of fencing available! Fences give us privacy; security; wind protection; keep those we need to in – and others out; add a decorative element; compartmentalise spaces; and mark borders, to name just a few.
Wilts & Hants Tree Care have a crack fencing crew who can craft any type of fence you need, in timber or metal – made to measure and erected to withstand the test of time and the elements.
We offer fencing to suit all budgets and situations, from trellis and pretty picket fences to economical panel fencing with gravel boarding to separate you from the neighbours, or strong, solid overlapping dog-proof feather-edge fencing.
We offer free, no-obligation quotations and advice drawn from our years of experience in the fencing business. We’ll help you choose the best type of fencing for your domestic, commercial or agricultural property, sourcing the best materials (such as sustainable, treated timber) and erecting your fence with first class workmanship for a very competitive price.
You can be confident that you are dealing with a well-established, professional and highly reputable local Wiltshire fencing business, with a host of happy customers.
When you contact us for a fencing installation in Salisbury, Andover or anywhere in-between we’ll come for an on-site assessment to measure, discuss your requirements and answer any questions you may have.
It’s easy to put off replacing a broken or damaged boundary fence but when you do decide to do so don’t forget to consult with your neighbours on the other side of it before you do so.
The legal position regarding who owns a boundary fence is often unclear – its all down to where the title deeds stipulate the exact boundary is, where the fence posts are in relation to this, and whether you want the “best side” (without the posts) facing you or not.
If in doubt you can contact your local authority party wall officer for clarity. Your local authority can also tell you how high your fence is permitted to be (generally this is up to two metres).