Here are some of the most frequently asked questions, But if you feel there is anything you’d like to ask us that’s not been listed, we would love to hear from you please call or email us.
Fencing height comes down to the local planning policy. To find out the height that you can go to, contact your local authority. As a general rule fences in rear gardens are allowed to be up to 2 metres and 1m high where they meet the footpath, however this can alter in different areas.
There is no general rule as to who owns which fence. It all comes down to the way the land and boundary lines were split by the vendor when the properties were built. Each boundary should be shown in the deeds of the property as to who owns which fence. To find out which fences you are responsible for, look at the deeds of your property and see how they were allocated. In some cases the vendor has not shown on the deeds the allocation of the boundary lines. In this case you would need to take a look at the Seller’s Property Information Form, where the information would have given the information when you bought the property.
The answer is no. If you are responsible for that fence you may choose whichever style, colour and side you wish to have. There is no law that states that the ‘good side’ has to face your neighbor. If your fence faces out into the street or alleyway you may wish to have the battens along the back facing into your property to prevent people from using them to climb over into your property, but that is entirely your choice.
There are many products on the market available, but like you’d expect, some are better than others, feel free to talk with our friendly team about your needs, they would love to help.
Yes we do, please talk to our friendly team on 01376 502020 today
Yes you can, but we do not have a retail outlet any longer and so this will be by appointment only.