It’s thought that the humble garden trellis has been used in gardens and horticulture throughout much of human history, stretching back thousands of years. Ancient Mediterranean cultures found them particularly useful for growing olive vines, something that they’re still frequently used for overseas today. Here in the UK, they’re equally favoured for the sense of stylish beauty they can grant to a garden of any size, providing a supporting structure for all manner of .
Fence posts are some of the most important components of any garden fence – alongside the garden fence panels themselves, of course! We supply both here at Welch Fencing, making us your one-stop shop to get your outdoor project complete. But, you may be thinking, there are all sort of suppliers all over the UK who you could choose for your concrete fence posts. Why buy them directly from the manufacturer? Well, we’ve got .
If you’re gearing up to spend a lot of effort, expense and time installing the best garden fence panels in your space, it makes sense that you’ll want them to stay looking their best for as long as possible before they need repainting, repairing or replacing. And to make the very best job of the installation, the timing really matters. If the conditions aren’t just right for your garden fence panels, the fence could .
Installing a garden fence is probably one of the bigger garden projects you’ll find yourself taking on, and it’s not always something that you can complete in a single afternoon. Whatever the scale of the job and however much planning it requires, the financial side will naturally always be a pretty big consideration. Now, the tricky thing with talking about the cost of installing a garden fence is that it’s difficult to say with .
Temperate. That’s one euphemistic word you could use to describe British weather for most of the year. Mild is another. Downright dreary is yet another (harsher but possibly even more accurate) term, especially in winter. So it makes sense that when the sunnier seasons roll around every year, most of us here in Britain are all too eager to enjoy the brighter and warmer weather, especially out in our own gardens. That naturally leads .
With a comprehensive range of fence panels for you to choose from right here at Welch Fencing, we know that selecting your garden fencing isn’t always an easy or straightforward decision – as is so often the case with these sorts of things! There are a lot of factors that you’ll need to take into account, and a lot of choices you’ll need to settle on before you can get started on the actual .
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 .