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We do our best to avoid landfill, when possible we will automatically advertise your waste materials on Social Media/Whatt’s App for others to collect from your waste helping to reduce landfill and reduce your costs.
We endeavour to provide the most efficient service possible, not only does this help to reduce your costs and provide for a trouble-free experience but it also helps to reduce your impact on the environment. We do this by helping to inform clients on all the options available on every project from the outset as well as enabling clients to have considered all the information needed to obtain a quote. Simply follow the guide below to obtain a quote, without wasting your time or other local contractors having to travel and visit you unnecessarily.
Fence Installation Cost
Fence installation prices will depend on the fence type you’re after and the size of your garden. For a 36-foot (6 panels) wood fence installation, the average costs including materials is likely to be between £800 for the most common fencing 6×6 foot (overlap panels), with wooden posts and gravel boards to £1,500 for premium slatted 6×6 foot panels.
Waste/Fence Removal – In addition to the above cost you will need to factor in the removal of any existing fencing. Remember it is likely each existing fence post and concrete supporting the posts will have to be dug up and disposed of as well as the fencing above. On average a 6 panel fences, posts and support can be dug up and disposed of in one day @ a cost of £200 per day. We can leave the waste soil/rubble in rubble bags along with the fence panels cut into manageable sections to allow you to dispose of the waste at your local council waste disposal centre saving you the additional cost of hiring a ship at around £300.
What are Gravel Boards? Gravel boards are the horizontal panels at the bottom of a fence that helps to prevent animals from going under the fence as well as helping to preserve the life of your fence.
Every project will be slightly different due to the lay of the land, the current ground and the amount of time it takes to prepare the ground to install the fencing.
Once you have decided on the panels and post options you are ready to request a detailed quote.
When requesting a quote please remember to include the following information:
- The current approximate size of the area
- Details of the type of fencing you require
- Description of what you currently have in place
- What is access like to the garden
- What is the parking like
- Your location
- Your timeframe for the works to commence
- Your approximate budget, (if you don’t know specify budget, average or top quality)
- Any photos of your current garden