MDB Landscapes can supply and install fencing as an integrated part of a garden design or project or advise and supply a quotation for your individual fencing requirements.
With a wide choice of fencing styles available there should be a fence type to suit your house style, location and budget.
Please contact us to arrange for an initial site visit to appraise and discuss your fencing requirements.
Fencing was part of this garden design in Fleet, Hampshire. The newly designed garden required a considerable amount of fencing to replace the old dilapidated boundary fencing.
A mixture of timber and concrete products were used in relation to the ground conditions, levels and neighbouring properties. Lap panels were used with trellis work installed to enable the introduction of evergreen climbing plants.
Trellis work was proposed for this garden in Godalming, Surrey to help visually break up and disguise large surface areas of retaining wall.
Existing walling was made good first with rendering repaired and repainted. With over 90% of existing walling eventually covered the effect was dramatic and instant. The use of garden mirrors also helped to add interest and intrigue. Semi mature climbing plants were also planted and tied into the trellis work.
A new feather edge fence replacing an old dividing wall in East Sussex.
An old concrete wall required replacement with a new 1.80m high feather edge fence helping the client to gain additional privacy from their neighbours. An added complication here was setting the new fence onto an existing raised concrete base along the fence run.
Lap panel fencing 1.80m high with concrete posts and gravel boards in Ascot, Berkshire along the bottom boundary line as part of a drainage project.
A small fence run replacing an old dilapidated boundary line fence. Concrete posts were used to prevent rotting of timber posts due to the wet ground conditions and concrete gravel boards to retain the new higher ground levels required.
Fencing was part of this landscaping project in Aldershot, Hampshire replacing an old boundary fence line with a remit given for a 2m high fence. The garden side levels were dramatically lower than public footpath, creating a challenge to achieve a fence line that also retained level changes.
Feather edge panel fencing was used with concrete posts and concrete gravel boards.
After the required removal of an old fence to allow for works to resolve a drainage issue in Lovedean, Hampshire a new featheredge fence and gate was installed here with the higher neighbouring property having lap panel fencing installed.