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02 Mar What is the difference between closeboard and feather edge fencing
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Closeboard and feather edge are the same thing. Feather edge refers to the individual boards used to construct a closeboard fence panel - these are ca..
22 Feb Artic Loads of Fencing Products & Railway Sleepers
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At We we are able to provide high quality fencing products by half or full artic loads.Products such as high quality spruce feather edge boards by the..
14 Feb How to install a concrete repair spur
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A fence post spur is a cost effective, easy to install way method of securing an old broken fence post. Concrete fence post spurs are the most common ..
01 Feb What’s the difference between green and brown timber?
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Many timber merchants, including We, offer timber products that are pressure treated green or brown. The obvious difference between green and brown pr..
20 Jan Which type of fence is the strongest?
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Closeboard fence panels (sometimes called feather edge fence panels) are one of the strongest fence panels available throughout the UK. Made using tim..
01 Jan How to use rapid set postmix concrete
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What is postmix? Postmix concrete is a pre-mixed and kiln-dried blend of cement and ballast. At We we call it postmix, but it's sometimes referred to ..
17 Nov What size fence post for a 6ft fence?
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The general rule of thumb is that your fence posts needs to be two feet longer than the total height of your fence - including a gravel board, if you’..
10 Nov What are the best fence panels?
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The strongest fence panels we offer are our ultra heavy duty closeboard fence panels. Put simply, the ultra heavy duty version of our standard closebo..
03 Nov What does EX mean when referring to timber?
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EX are letters that are commonly used in the timber industry and can be confusing if you’re not a frequent timber buyer. With products like 125 x 22mm..
27 Oct How deep do fence posts need to be in the ground?
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We recommends that your fence posts should be dug into the ground by at least two feet (600mm).This depth is standard across the fencing industry, wit..
13 Oct I haven't received an order confirmation
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Once you have placed an order, you will see a page to confirm that your order was successful. An email confirming your order is automatically generate..
29 Sep Who gets the good side of the fence?
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Traditionally speaking, in years gone by its was courtesy to have the good side of a fence facing towards your neighbour.However this was never a requ..
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