Thursday, 17 March 2011

Dog Fencing

So often, when we ask our customers what they are using the fencing for they say to keep the dog in, but they are not sure which style of fencing to buy. As like there are many breeds of dogs, there are many styles of fencing.

Palisade fencing is suitable for most breeds and can be bought in the pre-formed panels or in the traditional palisade form.  The traditional style is great if you want to make the spacing between the pales narrower, as you can add in extra and make the gap as small as you want.

Chain link fencing or stock netting is more suitable if you already have a hedge but want to stop the dog getting through the gaps.  Both of these can be attached to machine round stakes or to standard posts.

Whatever breed of dog you have, just let us know and I’m sure we will find a style of fence to suit your requirements or have a look at our dog fencing page to get more ideas.

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Jacksons Fencing 25 year guarantee

At Jacksons we guarantee all of our timber for 25 years against rot and timber attack – but how and why?

Our treatment process works because we kiln dry our timber first to below 30% moisture content before pressure impregnating the treatment into the timber.

By treating our timber this way, not only does it mean that you don’t have to install a new fence on a regular basis but it also means that you don’t have to spend time each season painting, staining or treating the wood.  No more trampled flower beds and more time to relax in the garden!

Timber Fence Treatment process

At Jacksons we guarantee all of our timber for 25 years against rot and timber attack – but how and why?

Our treatment process works because we kiln dry our timber first to below 30% moisture content before pressure impregnating the treatment into the timber.

By treating all of our timber this way, not only does it mean that you don’t have to install new garden fencing on a regular basis but it also means that you don’t have to spend time each season painting, staining or treating the wood.  No more trampled flower beds and more time to relax in the garden!