We’re now getting well into Spring, and while we’re still experiencing the occasional patch of rainy or chilly weather, on the whole there’s no denying that things are hotting up a little! That opens up a whole range of possibilities for your garden space, which makes it a great opportunity to do a little sprucing up – not just for your garden fencing panels, but plenty of other areas too. Here are some of .
If you’ve had even a quick look around our site here at Welch Fencing, you may have noticed these two terms pop up every now and again. But as you’ve probably noticed at the time, the differences aren’t immediately obvious at a glance. So basically, what you firstly need to know is that both are manufacturing techniques used by manufacturers to preserve and protect garden fence panels, designed to help slow down or prevent .
When you’ve taken the time and trouble to enhance your outdoor space with beautiful garden fence panels, it stands to reason that you’ll want them to look at their best for as long as possible. Happily, that’s fairly easy to do – with just a bit of proactive care and attention, you can keep your fence panels looking amazing throughout the year, helping to protect them from the tolls of the most extreme seasonal .
Spring is finally in the air, and after everything that’s gone on recently, it can’t come a moment too soon! With restrictions due to ease in the coming weeks, the law will finally allow larger groups to meet in outdoor spaces, so it’s likely that you’re looking forward to spending some time relaxing out in your garden again – especially if you’re planning on having a few visitors. Before that time comes though, you’ll .
Spring is right around the corner – although given the changeable weather we’ve been having in the past few weeks, you wouldn’t necessarily know it to look outside! But behind the clouds, proper sunshine is finally on the way, and after all the time we’ve all spent cooped up indoors over winter, it’s likely that you’re getting ready to enjoy some time relaxing in your garden. So if you’re eyeing up an old, tired .
When it comes to your fence posts, chances are you’ll find yourself with a choice between two of the most popular options – timber, or concrete fencing posts. Now, we know that it’s not always an easy or straightforward choice to make. There are a lot of different factors to consider, and your own personal tastes and priorities will naturally have a big impact on your decision. So if you’re having trouble settling on .
Its November already – Christmas carols have been playing since mid-august, you have had enough toffee apples and left-over sweets to run a confectionary store with, penny for the Guy, now becomes pound for the guy as the price of sparkles increase with ever uncertainties of Brexit looming. It’s the time of year where we want to be at home, cosy, in our snuggly cardigans, central heating lovingly hugging every inch of the coldness .
Welcome again to Welch Fencing monthly blog, we can hardly believe that it is September already, where did the summer months vanish to. The central heating has already gone on for a few hours of an evening, to take that chill from off the air, much to the delight of the cat and our teenage daughter. This month’s blog is about what we can do to make our gardens fencing withstand the next few .
Hello again, from the team at Welch Fencing. We can hardly believe it ourselves, the long winter months seem far away in the distance, homes are letting the scent of the outdoors in, with windows and back doors open, and our outdoor living space becoming much more used. Growing up in an inner city, I was lucky enough to have a small, moderately kept, garden. It was your typical lawn with four neat borders, .
Hello again and welcome to Welch Fencing, June Blog, it’s been wonderful hasn’t it? That we have had this lovely spate of good weather ( all be it for one week ), the garden doesn’t look so baron, spring has finally put leaves back on the trees, plants and shrubs and bushes are gathering their former glory, the lawn is needing mowing every few day, the perennials are starting to get beautiful scented flower .