Slough & gerrards cross fencing
Red Letter Garden Improvements are specialists at installing all types of residential and commercial fencing.
Your One-Stop SPECIALIST FENCING INSTALLERS
Red Letter Garden Improvements install a wide range of Garden timber fencing styles including, featheredge, closeboard, fence panels, trellis, post and rail, and screening to name just a few. After being in the fencing business for so long, Red Letter Fencing can supply and fit any and all types of fences available.
The important thing is to decide what your fence is for you. Is your fence there to simply mark the edge of your garden? Is your fence there to provide security or privacy? Are you looking for a sturdy fence to stand up to strong winds or keep animals in or out? Are you looking for something to make your garden look as good as it can be? Red Letter Fencing will be able to help.
What is closeboard fencing?
Closeboard fencing is a traditional form of wooden fencing also known as featheredge fencing, the featheredge boards are fitted vertically.
what is panel fencing?
Panel fencing is fencing that is erected using panels, ie individual pre made sections of fencing that come in the following standard sizes:-
- 6’ x 6’ (1.83m x 1.83m)
- 6’ x 5’ (1.83m x 1.5m)
- 6’ x 4’ (1.83m x 1.2m)
- 6’ x 3’ (1.83m x 0.9m)
Styles of panel fencing are Lap Panels, Closeboard or Featheredge Panels, Palisade Panels and Decorative European Panels (high quality decorative styles and most expensive).
Note – When buying these pre made panels double check sizes as some are produced in metric (especially the Decorative panels), ie 1.83m is actually 1.8m.
DO I NEED PLANNING PERMISSION FOR A GARDEN FENCE?
Apart from the height of your fence, there are other factors that may influence whether planning permission is required. However, the key factor is where the fence lies. If your fence lies inside your property’s boundary you shouldn’t have to seek planning permission.
Also, if you plan on replacing an old fence which is roughly the same height and weight, you shouldn’t have to worry about planning permission.
DO I NEED MY NEIGHBOUR’S PERMISSION FOR A GARDEN FENCE?
As above, if the fence to be erected doesn’t exceed the height limit and is built inside your property lines, there isn’t a great deal your neighbour can do. That said, it’s always best to discuss these things with your neighbour beforehand, nipping any neighbourly disputes in the bud.
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Why Choose US
We are perfectionists and strive to ensure you’re happy. If you’re not happy, we’re not happy!
All of our gardens are tailor made to suit your requirements.
Available all year round
Red Letter Garden Improvements work throughout the year, so we are happy to help, whatever the season!