When it comes to fencing in Glasgow, we offer the best quality at the best price. We understand that no one has the same fencing need and we will work with you to help find the right fencing at the right price to suit your needs. We use only pressure treated lumber that has been weather proofed, allowing your garden to be fenced with top quality lumber adding a beautiful natural appeal to your garden. We have a number of styles that can be used in your garden including 6ft Maryhill curved top fencing.

If you have heavy traffic using your Glasgow garden as a thoroughfare, then fencing is the answer. Your lawn is diligently cared for and having a path worn it from the kids in the neighbourhood traipsing through. Not only does it damage the lawn to have kids using it as a walk through, it disturbs your privacy and can become a liability. If one of those wee lads or lasses gets injured in your garden, you could find yourself facing legal issues. While having a nice open view is nice, it’s better to be safe than sorry by installing a fence to deter the traffic.

Perhaps your pooch is running amok, getting off his lead and ‘investigating’ your Glasgow neighbourhood. You may have considered fencing but as your little scoundrel is a digger, decided it would be a waste of time. Think about this: We can set your fence two feet into the ground. Even the most dedicated diggers have trouble tunnelling under fences that are set way. If you are worried that your canine companion may jump the fence, we have heights beginning at 3ft and going all the way up to 6ft high. Rarely do we find a pup dedicated enough to make it over the tallest fence we offer.

Fencing doesn’t have to be unsightly; it can be just as lovely as the garden it surrounds. Our Glasgow fencing experts will sit down with you, discuss what your fencing needs are, and determine the best product and style for your needs. We care about you and want to provide you with the best possible experience when it comes to fencing your garden. Whether you are fencing for privacy, to keep in your lovely dog or simply to keep track of your garden boundaries, our crew is the one to call on.

When we come to install your fence, we carefully measure to assure that we are not encroaching on your neighbour’s garden. Once the boundaries have been determined, our crew will get to work digging post holes to support the fencing lengths. Once this is accomplished, we pour in quick set concrete and position the poles. After the poles are set, we will then begin setting the fence. This process involves fastening the fence board securely. In Glasgow we custom build the garden gate and then bring it to the site to hang with precision. We then finish it off with your choice of hardware.

There are a few different types of fencing. The most commonly used fencing material selected in Glasgow is termed close board. This fencing provides privacy as the boards are placed right next to one another and there are no gaps to peek through. These fences are taller than most and can have a number of designs at the top from a simple curve to ornate designs that are on each slate. Very similar to this is panel fence and is much like close board. It is also used for privacy but is constructed as a panel that can be installed in sections instead of one slate at a time. The top of it may also have a pattern or be shaped to provide a pleasing appearance.

Slatted screen fencing provides privacy, but also allows light to pass through and is often used atop brick walls. One of the most recognised fences in Glasgow is the timeless picket fence. Picket fences provide a charming welcoming touch and for that reason are often selected to be used for the front garden. Lastly, we have the trellis. Trellis fencing can be either square or diamond and are commonly placed on top of existing fence to allow plants something to hold to as they grow.

Vining plants are particularly fond of trellises as they can weave their tendrils through a number of areas on the trellis. Trellis is not normally used as a privacy fence, but can become one over time with the right type of plant trained to it. Trellis can also be secured to the walls of the house to encourage vining roses and other types of flowering vines to flourish. Whatever your fencing needs are, we are the one to call on in Glasgow.