Quality fencing installations
We are highly qualified to NVQ level 6 and have the know how to perform perfect fencing installations.
Our fencing contractors in Ashford Kent install pressure treated fencing also called tanalised fencing, the wood is treated with anti-fungal and insecticide chemicals along with a preservative that improves durability and resists weathering.
Fences can also be finished in the traditional way with creosote, or the team can paint the finished fence to you requirements.
All Fencing installed by the team at G Mackett Construction & Groundwork ltd conforms to all relevant British quality and safety standards, our fencing contractors in Ashford Kent have the know how to perform quality fencing installations.
A number of fencing styles are available to complement the look of your home from a quaint looking picket fence or trellis fence to a sturdy close board style.
It may be that you require robust security fencing to keep your home and garden safe or just the replacement of a standard border fence whatever your requirements G.M.C can Help.
With several styles of timber fencing available our team of reliable fencing contractors in Ashford Kent will be able to help you to navigate the vast choice of fencing styles available to you.
It is important to choose the correct design and style of fencing to compliment both your garden and the look of your home.
Fence Repairs Ashford Kent
Over time weathering can take it’s toll on your garden fencing both wind and rain can undermine your fences structure.
The use of the wrong type of wood for fence posts can be another problem along with dry rot and wet rot all can wreak havoc on your garden fencing and eventually affect the fences strength and stability.
Dry rot typically involves the loss of the woods natural oils this in-turn leads to wood drying out and ultimately becoming very brittle.
On the other hand wet rot usually means that the fence has been exposed to continuous contact with water; wet rot is typically seen in fence posts as they are buried in soil, if an adequate sleeve has not been fitted to the post wet rot is more than likely to set in.
Garden fences are also susceptible to significant damage from storms, panels that are blown down in a storm can also have an effect on the remainder of the fence undermining the fences very structure.