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Watertrade / Build Trade
Garden fence installation / repair in Maidenhead, SL6 9AY
Castleburg Construction Ltd
Garden fence installation / repair in Cambridge, CB21 5LT
STEVEN (HOLDINGS) LIMITED
Garden fence installation / repair in Halstead, CO9 2SU
NL Electrical and Maintenance
Garden fence installation / repair in Southend-on-sea, SS1 2SP
A MM (FM) SERVICES LIMITED
Garden fence installation / repair in Enfield, EN2 9DG
FLR PROCUREMENT LIMITED
Garden fence installation / repair in Chelmsford, CM3 8AE
Daniel Rugu
Garden fence installation / repair in Beckton, E6 5UH
JRM Building Contractors
Garden fence installation / repair in Colchester, CO4 3ND
Richardson Builders
Garden fence installation / repair in Reading, RG2 8RL
PROJECT CITY RISE LTD
Garden fence installation / repair in Luton, LU2 7XZ
CASA BUILDING SERVICES LTD
Garden fence installation / repair in Upminster, RM14 2XB
Handyperson 24/7 Maintenance
Garden fence installation / repair in London, N7 6PH

Latest Garden fence installation / repair Reviews

LPC MAINTENANCE LIMITED
16 Jun 2019
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12 Jun 2019
EPML LIMITED
10 Jun 2019
CHAKS PRIVATE LIMITED
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Find a tradesman for garden fencing

Finding the right tradesman to install or repair garden fencing can be arduous, but getting one you can trust will be your best assurance of a job well done. Plentific provides a simple service that generates a bespoke list of the best tradesmen in your local area that offer the skills you need, and even gives you quick access to customer reviews to help you make your final decision. Best of all, each and every job booked via Plentific will be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.

What do you need to know about garden fencing?

With garden fencing it all depends on what you prefer and how much you are willing to pay. Every option will have advantages and disadvantages: wood is cheaper than concrete but must be treated regularly to stop it from rotting. While concrete is more sturdy, people often do not like the way it looks. Do your research into different materials and designs before choosing your favourite.

Depending on the size of your garden you may only need to hire a single tradesman. You can ask them to produce evidence of their qualifications and experience. Do not feel worried about this: the reason you are hiring a tradesman is because you want a professionally completed job. It is a good sign if they are part of a tradesmen’s organisation, as these groups enforce high standards and codes of conduct for their members. You can also ask them to provide customer feedback from previous jobs. 

Ensure that whoever you choose has adequate coverage against accidental damage and liabilities. They should also have a guarantee, in case you are unsatisfied with their finished work.

How much does garden fencing cost?

The cost of installing garden fencing depends on what materials you choose and the size of your garden. Simple lap fence panels could cost around £15 each, while options made of more expensive wood or featuring designs will cost more. Wood is generally cheaper than concrete or metal, but must be treated regularly and is less sturdy, while concrete is much stronger but is less aesthetically appealing. Have a strict budget in place to help you pin down your options. The cost of fencing repairs will depend on the nature of the fault. It can be fairly cheap to have individual sections of a fence repaired, but be careful: your tradesman may have a minimum callout charge.

There are certain tasks that will add to your quote that you can do yourself, such as removing and disposing of your old fencing or digging out concrete and roots. If there is poor access to your garden the tradesmen you hire may have to charge extra, as the job will take longer. Ask for a price breakdown before making a decision, as this will give you ideas about what you can do yourself and will also help you compare your options to find the most cost effective choice.