Fencing contractors in Durham
Premium landscaping has many years of experience in providing local fencing services around County Durham and the Northeast.
Our attention to detail and dedication to every fencing job that we do has helped us gain a fantastic reputation. We supply and provide a top-quality selection of fencing solutions for our customers and installations to perfection.
We are confident that we can help anyone get the fencing they desire, just take a look at our portfolio and previous customer recommendation and see for yourself. Call us now for a great price and let us take care of all your fencing needs.
As respected fencing contractors, we don't consider any fencing job complete until our customer is 100% happy with the product and the work completed by us. Our aim is to help from start to finish by assisting and advising on the right choice of fencing for your particular requirement. We are also quite flexible with our fence designs, this allows us to tailor a solution just for you. If you would like us to design something special and bespoke, then we can build a luxury garden fencing system to contain your garden.
People seem to be spending more time enjoying their gardens lately, more leisure time for relaxing and taking it easy, and the best place to do this is in your garden. This is where we come in, our professional fencing installation experts can build your garden fence with strong concrete posts and gravel boards to add security to your garden or all wood or composite fencing if that is what you require. Just sit back and let Premium landscaping construct a perimeter fence to contain your pristine garden area. There is nothing like a new fence with it's clean lines and freshly stained preserved timbers to frame your very own personal space. If you are thinking of fencing costs, or how much is fencing in Durham? then give us a call now, as we offer a FREE Consultation and quotation, which is hassle-free and no obligation to purchase if you decide against the work being done.
For all your domestic garden fencing requirements whether you live in Durham or the neighbouring towns, or villages, we can survey your property and our fencing contractors will do the rest. Wooden fences are a popular choice for many people because they provide an aesthetic touch to any back garden, while also being durable enough to last for years without needing repair. We offer different types of wood, some more aesthetically pleasing than others: Standard Panel Fencing is simple but effective; Square Trellising offers a unique design that's eye-catching; Diamond Trellising provides both decoration and support with its diamond shape along each side. Whichever type you choose from among these three options at Premium Landscaping Durham, it'll be able to withstand adverse weather and wind damage due to its sturdy fence construction.
The most popular type of fencing for many peoples front landscaped gardens, is the picket fence. Even though it doesn't provide a high level barrier or security to your property, the picket fences in Durham are very desirable and often used as dividers between private home areas, and look nice painted white.
Garden gate installations and gate replacements
No one's home is complete without a garden gate. Premium Landscaping can help you find the perfect gate for your home or driveway. We can supply solid timber wooden gates that can be built to compliment your new fence work. The gates can be painted or stained in various shades and colours. We offer same day installation service at no additional charge! Give us a call today if you're looking for high quality gate workmanship on your new garden gate and fence or we'll be happy to take care of all the details for you with our complimentary consultation service.
Do i need planning permission to put a fence up?
You should always check with your local council for an update on all regulations in the area that you want to build your fence. Regulations will vary depending on what type of fence it is, where you live, and who owns the property near yours (landlord or homeowner). There are several different types of fences: privacy screens can be up to 2 meters high without planning permission; trellises above 2 metres require consent from any neighbours that might negatively impact them.
How long will it take to install my fence?
This can all depend on the complexity of the fence, the type of fence that you have selected and the amount of labour involved. We will give you a better idea when quoting for your fencing project in Durham
At Premium Landscaping Durham, we do more than just fencing. We have the knowledge and expertise to design and build your dream garden from scratch! From sourcing all the best local materials for your perfect outdoor space to installation with our experienced landscapers or deck builders, you can count on us as experts in all aspects of designing gardens that will be both beautiful and functional in every way.
Hit and Miss fencing panels have a unique look that is achieved by alternating the placement of boards or pales. This creates an eye-catching pattern, which can be seen on both sides of each panel.
Closeboard fence is a neat, sturdy option that offers good privacy and some protection from wind. They are typically made of overlapping feather edge boards with an attractive appearance for your garden or backyard which will give you long lasting coverage while not being too expensive to install.
If you want a traditional and decorative look for your home, timber palisade fencing may be the right choice. This type of fence is mostly seen in front gardens where it gives homes that classic kerb appeal; however if you're more sociable with your neighbours and get on well with them, and like to chat over your fences, then this will work well at the back of your property too!
Slatted fence panels are a cost-effective solution for gardeners looking to create an enclosure, screen off areas in their gardens like vegetable patches or ornamental flower beds, and provide the finishing touch on decks or landscaping projects.
Which type of fence post?
We’ve always tried to help our customers connect with the right choice when choosing the best fence posts for their particular purpose. There are plus and minus in most fence post materials, but overall if taken care of they will all deliver a good service for many years. The fence post materials that are readily available are wood, concrete, composite or metal (Durapost is the best option for metal)
Wooden fence posts might be just the ticket for your garden if you prefer that organic look. The natural warmth of these wood fence posts can complement other features such as the surrounding trees and decking, but that's not all it has to offer; wooden panels can also be easily fastened and secured to the timber fence panels, so you don't have to worry about those concrete posts that rattle in high winds against the panels. They can last for many years if the timber has been pressure treated prior to installation, something that Premium Landscaping always guarantees beforehand.
Timber posts are a great choice if you have a price budget in mind, usually a cheaper option for your fencing needs. Installation is easier and faster than with concrete posts, due to the light weight of wood when compared to other materials like metal and cement based products which makes them less heavy and effort to manoeuvre during installation. The price can have bearing with the complexity of your fence contract and the landscape terrain.
Concrete posts are vastly superior in terms of both durability and strength so there's less chance that your fence would fall over when faced with something like a powerful wind or storm condition. That being said, if you live near water then this type may be better because storms are common along these coastal areas, but not inland locations which don't usually see any such bad weather events.
Concrete fence posts are a great option for those looking to create the most sturdy and long-lasting type of fencing. Concrete is also environmentally friendly, as there’s less chance that it will leach into surrounding soil. This means you can enjoy your post without worry about any negative effects on wildlife or nearby plants! Concrete has an advantage over other types in regards to how easy it is to care for; concrete does not need constant attention like wood and metal fences do, because once installed they require very little maintenance from the homeowner.
A steel fence post such as Durapost for your property is the best way to ensure that you have an enduring structure in place to hold up your chosen wooden fence panels. DuraPost, a galvanised steel fence post system guarantees durability and strength against warping, rotting or chipping. Steel posts can withstand winds of 110 mph.
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