FENCES & GATES

The vast majority of fences that I see are boring, uninspired, bad for the environment and won’t last.

I take a difference approach.

A deer fence, built with sweet chestnut posts and rails and oak pailings from the local sawmill.

A deer fence, built with sweet chestnut posts and rails and oak pailings from the local sawmill.

  • I design fences and gates to fit with their local environment (be that wild and rural, contemporary, traditional, formal or informal).
  • They are there to do a job, be that as a visual screen, to deter wildlife (i.e. to stop deer coming into a garden and eating everything) or to keep children and domestic pets safe
  • I use local materials wherever possible, not only is it kinder to the environment using local materials means the construction will fit in.
  • I aim to minimize the impact on the wider environment (by avoiding the use of cement and other harmful chemicals)

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