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FENCING ⋅ EXETER
Let’s be honest. Most gardens will need some type of fencing. A solid robust fence provides security and privacy. However, fencing can dominate a garden space. Usually either being unloved or creosoted to death. Fencing doesn’t need to be dull or boring. Exeter Landscapes great fencing design guide.
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Feather edge fencing exeter ⋅ lap panels exeter closed board panels ⋅ decorative panels ⋅ bespoke slatted fences ⋅ trellis ⋅ hardwood cladding ⋅ softwood cladding.
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Create a modern contemporary feel to your garden design exeter. Add a focal point by adding a slatted fence. A focal point leads the eye. Making a garden space appear larger. Mask unsightly areas in your garden. Add a slatted fence on top of existing fencing panels, walls or outbuildings. Exeter landscapes slatted panels are constructed from either softwood & hardwood slats.
Softwood slatted fence panels can be left natural. Weathering to an impressive contemporary silver-grey. Don’t worry. We only use treated tantalised timber. Each slat and support is pre-treated with wood preservative.
Add a contemporary twist to your garden design exeter. Paint or stain softwood panels contemporary colours. Great contemporary colours are available from cuprinol or sadaline. Barn paint is a cost-effective alternative for larger areas.
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Hardwood slatted fencing is available in meranti timber. Other options can include Cedar panels. We don’t recommend staining or painting our hardwood slatted fences. Careful oiling is your best option. Highlighting the timbers natural grain. Resulting in a classic looking finish. Oiling will also protect your timber. Maintain the panels rich colour and will prevent timber splitting overtime.
New slatted hardwood panels are naturally rich in colour. Allow your new panels to weather before oiling. Weathering seasons the timber. Opening the pores of the timber. Helping the oil to penetrate the timber panel. We recommend you don’t oil your hardwood panels during the first 6 months.
Off the shelf slatted panels ⋅ fencing exeter
The majority of our slatted panels are bespoke. Constructed from lengths of timber. Cut to size and installed on-site. A variety of companies provide panels kits on-line. Offering an installation service or guide DIY installations. It’s worth noting that although the products may appear good value. In-house installation costs can high.
Q-garden is multi-purpose screening product. Great for providing privacy screening around the garden. And filling in gaps under elevated decks. It can also be used to create a decking balustrade. It’s available in softwood timber. And in a variety of pre-painted finishes.
Hide old walls or outbuildings with contemporary timber cladding. Cladding installation is similar to slatted fences. Board are generally wider. Available in both softwood and hardwood timbers. Finishes include natural or pre-painted colours and shades.
TRELLIS ⋅ CLIMBERS ⋅ PLANTS ⋅ FENCING EXETER
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Trellis is great for adding extra height to your fencing. Great for an overlooked garden. Adding extra privacy for entertaining. Add when constructing a new run of fencing. Or retro-fitted to an existing fence. Options include square or curved trellis. Curved trellis looks great square feather edge fencing or square panels. Softened with climbers. softwood slatted fencing can also be added to the top of existing fencing. Adding extra height and a contemporary feel to your garden design exeter.
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Soften your fencing by adding climbers. Climbers add vertical greenery to your garden. Great for smalls garden design. Where space is at a premium. Climbers are great for breaking up long runs of ‘dull’ fencing. Add climbers to your garden fencing by attaching a wire climbing frame, to each panel.
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PLANTING BEDS ⋅ FENCING EXETER
Adding a planting bed will soften your fencing. Choose a contemporary or traditional planting scheme.
Contemporary planting ⋅ Alliums ⋅ Olive ½ Standard ⋅ Hebes ⋅ Phormium ‘baby bronze’.
Traditional planting ⋅ Crocosmia ⋅ Rubeckia ⋅ Verbena ⋅ Pennisetum Grass ⋅ Euphorbia.
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Feather Edge fencing comes in 100mm strips. Which is attached to timber posts and rails on site. Great for uneven gardens. Usefull in gardens with obstacles such as tree stumps. Add a capping rail ontop of feather edge for extra detail.
Traditional panels which are cost-effective for long runs of fencing. Timber or concrete posts can be used. It is easy to replaced panels in concrete posts. Add trellis for extra height and detail. Remember to use longer posts if the trellis is to be added. Paint contemporary colours using barn paint.
Similar in appearance to feather edge fencing. But in a panel form. The feather edge is attached to rails. And surrounded with a timber border. Variety of finishes are available. Close board fencing is considered more robust than Waney Lap panels. And is smarter in appearance. Hardwood and softwood close board panels are available.
Panels constructed of woven timber or slatted. Contemporary and Tradition syles are available. Finishes include softwood and hardwood. Look great painted contemporary colours.
Fence posts can be supplied as tantalised timber posts or concrete slotted posts. We always recommend installing gravel boards. Also known as kickboards. They reduced the rotting of fence panels. Gravel boards and can be supplied as 6″ tantalised timber or 6″ or 12″ concrete gravel boards.
Fencing panels can be supplied in a variety of sizes including: 6ft x 3ft, 6ft x 5ft and 6ft x 6ft.
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