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Traditional Estate Fencing supplies quality wrought iron Parkland Fencing throughout the United Kingdom. Prices from £14.50 per metre and we will not be beaten on price. Our park fencing and gates are ideal for large estates, private gardens or amenity areas and provides a classic break between formal gardens and wilder areas. We are proud to be British, all of our parkland fences are made in England by our skilled craftsmen.
Metal Estate Fencing
Our three ranges of Traditional Mild Steel fencing and Metal Gates cover all requirements from light ornamental use up to heavy stock fencing and are supplied to site loose, just as they would have done 150 years ago. Traditional Estate Fencing has no weak joints as it is welded solid on site, the fence line follows curves, up and down undulations and works around obstacles. Modular panel systems of estate fencing do not have this flexibility. Post and Rail fencing typically lasts 15 or so years, Metal Estate Fencing will last for 60 plus years and is virtually maintenance free, save for the odd lick of paint.
Traditional Estate Fencing is an investment, it adds structure to your property and delineates views in a classic, stylish way that has been enjoyed since Victorian Times. Estate Fencing adds value to your property - do it once, do it well ! Traditional Estate Fencing will match any other quotation, we operate nationwide and we will not be beaten on price. A specialist Fence Installation team is required to erect the wrought iron fence. Our wrought iron fences need welding and painting on site, this provides a solid, attractive and durable fence that will last for over 60 years.
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Estate Fencing to Captain's Pond at De Vere Beaumont
Safety around water is always a concern. Recently we were commisioned to install an estate fence around The Captain's Pond at the De Vere Beaumont. The fence has an absolute security aspect but it was also important not to take away the aesthetics of this important architectural feature. We suggested a 3 rail Estate Fence - which does its job well. Melting into its surroundings. Interestingly history has it that if the Head of School (it was a boarding scool until 1967) could skate around the pond twice, without falling or going through the ice. The pupils would be awarded half a day off lessons - hence the name 'Captain's Pond'Written on Wednesday, 07 February 2018 18:40 Read 286 times
Estate Fencing color options
We are able to supply and install traditional parkland railings throughout the United Kingdom, the majority of which are in the traditional black colour. However we are able to finish these estate fences in any colour. All we need is a RAL number and our paint guys can mix to that exact colour. Here we see a freshly painted steel fence in RAL 6011. Often these lighter colours may need a second top coat to get the depth of colour required. From a distance this retro - colour melts into the background and the estate fence virtually disappears. The square posts and simple diamond pedestrian gate maintain the understated look.Written on Thursday, 12 October 2017 13:22 Read 749 times
Marking boundaries using Park railings
Historic Boundary lines are often marked with mature trees, often with tree preservation orders (TPO's). Naturally the property owner does not want to concede ground and mark the boundary on a new line further into their property. Our Traditional Estate Fencing is a continuous welded fence, this allows us to weld horizontal rails upto trees and other obstacles, giving the appearance that it flows straight through the tree and out the other side. The trees carry on growing unhindered, the TPO man is happy and calm is preserved.Written on Thursday, 13 July 2017 13:37 Read 483 times
Estate Railings with rabbit netting
A common question we are asked on our site visits is how to keep dogs in and rabbits out of domestic gardens. Our customers understand the benefits of Iron Railings but are anxious not to detract from the overall attractiveness of the fenceline. Our best solution is to incorporate rabbit style netting to our Traditional Estate Railings. We are able to do this neatly by inserting 2 'lambwires' into the fenceline, this allows us to attach the netting without it bellowing in and out between the individual posts. When you stand back from this Cambridgeshire Estate fence the netting is almost invisible - keeping the woofers in.Written on Wednesday, 28 June 2017 12:37 Read 543 times
Estate Fencing is all about the detail
Estate Fencing enhances its surroundings. Our site visits are crucial and allow us to fully assess the site and your requirments. Our many years of experience allow us to add detail to your vision, ensuring that your new parkland fence exceeds your expectations. Estate Fencing often replaces post and rail fencing, a small change to the actual fenceline can soften the overall effect it has on the landscape. Here you see a 5 rail Parkland Fence in Hertfordshire with kissing gate and cattle grid surround. This forms an impressive approach that befitts this stunning property.Written on Saturday, 14 January 2017 11:23 Read 524 times