4 Reasons to Pick Timber Over Metal for Your Garden Gate

Posted on: 21 March 2018

If your garden can't be accessed from anywhere but your house, you'll obviously need to have a small gate fitted to ensure people can get in and out without impacting privacy and security. When you're choosing a garden gate, one of the first things you'll need to do is decide on a material, and that should come down to timber vs. metal. Both options have their benefits, but here are just four reasons why you should choose a timber garden gate.
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Choosing the Right Fence For Your Property

Posted on: 29 November 2017

Choosing the right fencing for your property may be more difficult than you realize, as some fences are more durable than others, while some fences may not look quite right, given the overall size of your lot. To ensure you choose the right fence for your property, note a few tips to keep in mind so you know you opt for the best style and material and are happy with that fence once it's installed.
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Details to Discuss With Your Neighbour Before Putting Up a Dividing Fence

Posted on: 11 October 2017

If you are thinking about installing a dividing fence to separate your property from an adjacent property, it is imperative that you consult with your neighbour and reach an agreement before getting started on the project. The fencing agreement must be written and signed so it can be legally binding — a gentleman's agreement may not be legally enforceable if one or both parties fails to fulfil their part of the agreement.
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Reasons to Install Sliding Gates on Your Property

Posted on: 26 July 2017

The choice of gate design has come a long way. For instance, nowadays property owners are not restricted to swinging gates, which have been the norm for the longest time. Sliding gates are a modern type that offers security to your property and add aesthetic value to your home at the same time. However, safety and beauty are not the only reasons why you should consider sliding gates. Space One thing about swinging gates is that they take up a lot of space when open.
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