Fence erection / rebuilt in Caversham

Fence erection / rebuilt in Caversham

Most recent fencing job in Caversham. Fence erection / rebuilt


About 14 overlap panels set on concrete gravel boards with concrete slotted posts. Two different heights. Higher near the house to give a bit more privacy and lower further along to let more light into the garden. It was a terraced house in Caversham. Long back garden but very narrow.




Let me know what you think or book me for another fence erection / rebuilt / installation / assessment

Fence post replacement - Tidy Gardens - fencing

Fence post replacement - Tidy Gardens - fencing

Fence post replacement including new overlap panels

Fence repair as ordered by the customer.
However it makes sense to consider a closed board fencing on arris rails if there is a slope along the fencing line.



New wooden fence installed by Tidy Gardens

New wooden fence installed by Tidy Gardens

Replacement of a collapsed fence.
New wooden fence supplied by the customer.



4" wooden fence posts
6' overlap fence panels
fence post caps


One bit of advice..

Just bare in mind that if you are going to replace a broken fence you will most likely be putting in new fence posts where the previous ones were. That means you will have to break up concrete in which your last posts were sitting in.
It would be a very difficult job without a jack hammer so make sure you have got one before you begin.

Happy fencing !



New fence trellis - installation

New fence trellis - installation

If you need a fence trellis to obscure view from/to your neighbours..

Good neighbours are always welcome but sometimes you need that little bit more of privacy. I supplied and installed a fence trellis on top of a brick wall to provide that extra privacy.
Here's a couple of photos. Before and after.

Materials for this project:

- lattice diamond fence trellis
- 4x2 pieces of timber in required lengths - nicely finished with smooth edges, that will look much better.

For even better finish you might want to cut one side of supporting posts at an angle. ( see the picture )
Obviously drill etc but if you have a similar situation to the one in this garden you might also need a grinder to cut a piece of a slate at the top of wall so that the supporting wood sits flush with the wall.
The rest is pretty obvious.

Do it yourself or give me a call.

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