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Fencing & Gates


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Close-board Fencing

Close-board fencing, one of the names given to any kind of solid board fencing, is one of the most favoured types of fence for domestic use. It is usually constructed with featheredge boards and is erected using a rail framework, these are usually triangular arras rails, although the basic square rails can also be used. Close-board is very flexible in its style, its appearance can be changed to best suit the situation, the height and length can be adjusted to the surroundings.

Palisade/Picket Fencing

Palisade fences, also known as Picket fences, are used when an unobtrusive fencing solution is required. The standard height of Palisade fences are 900mm, 1050mm and 1200mm, although up to 1500mm is available. There are 3 types of palisade tops available; pointed top (often called 2-way top), round top and square top. Palisade fencing, once erected, can be painted or stained any colour to suit; a common applied finish is the white painted palisade fence.

Panel Fencing

Lap panels are made to suit different budgets, this means that they also come with different attributes. The most common is the medium weight panel, usually labelled "fully framed", meaning they have timber batten around the outside edge. Some lighter weight panels do not have a batten covering the bottom (if using concrete posts you will need "fully framed" panels). Panels are available in a number of common heights; 3ft (915mm), 4ft (1220mm), 5ft (1525mm) and 6ft (1830mm).

Post and Rail Fencing

Although more commonly seen in the agricultural sector, Post and Rail is becoming increasingly popular within the domestic area. This type of fence is best suited for more rural locations and field boundaries. Post and rail can be erected on level or sloping ground. Post and rail is a generic term used to describe any fencing system comprising of solid timber rails. There are a number of common variants such as; sawn, cleft and half-round.


Our wide range of Trellis Panels are a versatile and attractive method of defining and adding a new dimension to garden spaces. Trellis has been used in gardens for centuries to provide many different functions, for example increasing privacy, screening unsightly areas or simply providing additional interest.

The fencing comes pressure treated to withstand natural weather conditions but will require retreatment in time to maximise their lifespan.


Driveway Gates

Timber driveway gates can make any entrance way look appealing, at an affordable price. There are many different styles of timber driveway gates, standard 'stock' design and bespoke, available in both hardwood and softwood. We can make the bespoke gates to fit any height and width.

Field Gates

As the name suggests, Field Gates are almost exclusively used as entrance gates to fields and farms. Field gates can be made in a variety of widths and heights to suit your requirements.

Side Entrance Gates

Side entrance gates constructed from timber can be an attractive addition to any property. Width and height can vary, from small 900mm gates up to 1800mm high gates. The gates can be of close-board, panel, tongue & grooved or palisade style and can be made to order.

The gates come pressure treated to withstand natural weather conditions but will require retreatment in time to maximise their lifespan.

Steve Johnson Garden Maintenance, Landscaping & Fencing Services
Tenison Vale, Short Thorn Road, Stratton Strawless, Norwich, Norfolk, NR10 5NU

01603 755280 ~ 07808 960784

Landscaping • Fencing & Gates • Paths, Block Paving, Patios & Driveways • Hedge Reduction • Hedge Removal • Turf • Garden Clearance
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