Let’s be honest, ice sculptures might be a little ambitious, especially for us here in the UK. Happily though, you’ve got all sorts of options to give your garden a cosy Christmas feel, without having to get anything shipped over (or painstakingly carve it in sub-zero temperatures). Best of all, all these suggestions are all fairly flexible, so you’ll be able to adapt them to the style of your garden fence panels, and the .
The short answer to this question is yes. When it comes right down to it, you can technically install your fence any time of year you like. But that’s not quite what you’re asking, is it? What you’re actually asking is – how difficult and / or expensive is it to have your fence installed in autumn or winter? Now, the answer to that isn’t quite as straightforward, as there are a lot of .
Considering the relatively simple nature of fencing in its finished state, it can have a surprising amount of jargon associated with it, and initially it can be easy to get a bit overwhelmed by it all. Rest assured though, that’s exactly what we’re here for at Welch Fencing. From the moment you first contact us about getting some garden fencing panels of your own, we do everything we can to make the entire process .
Autumn has now officially begun. The skies are certainly looking a little more grey than they were before, and going outdoors already involves getting a bit more wet and chilly than most of us would probably like. We’ve still got a few more weeks of longer daylight hours before the clocks go back on the 31st of October though, so now’s an excellent time to ensure that you’ve got your garden shipshape in time .
Choosing, buying and installing a garden fence is a job that tends to take anywhere from a few weeks to as long as a few months. And just like any job on this sort of scale, that means mistakes can be very costly and time-consuming to fix. Thankfully, there’s lots you can do to make life easier on yourself, minimising the chances of these sorts of mistakes occurring. With over 50 years of experience .
In a word: no. But don’t worry, we’ll give you a little more detail than that – it would be a very short post otherwise! Just as with almost every other aspect of your home’s style, most of the time it comes down to a simple question of personal preference. Matching the style of your garden fence panels to your home isn’t compulsory by any means, but if you’re still stuck on making a .
Your garden fence goes through a lot. That’s no secret in itself, as it’s exposed to the most drastic weather extremes all year round, from blistering hot summers to saturating autumn showers, and eventually ice-cold winters, before it does it all again. That’s not to mention, of course, all the casual and sudden impacts that your garden fence panels might have to deal with, like rogue footballs or excitable pets ricocheting off it during .
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 .