Many people are put off from having a new garden fence installed because some people worry over what the cost might be.
Therefore, some homeowners may well be more inclined towards installing a DIY type of fence. The trouble is that some DIY types of fencing do not last for very long, and can sometimes be quite flimsy in their overall construction.
However, Kingsley Fencing has the perfect solution for you, that’s because we can install a robust wooden fence, yet our costs are very reasonable.
The type of fencing
There are many types of garden fence to choose from, from picket fencing, through feather edge fencing. This means cost can vary depending on the type of fence that you want installed.
Many people opt for wooden feather edge fence, that’s because these types of fences are very strong, also they are very affordable.
The cost of your fence is ultimately determined by how much space your fence needs to enclose, if you have a large garden, we can recommend fencing options which can bring the cost of installing a new fence down.
For example, within Cowbridge, within the Vale of Glamorgan some of our customers have very large gardens, we often recommend higher level fencing in some areas, then for the fence to drop down in height in some parts, this can help save the customer money.
How many entrance points are required?
Some customers just require a straightforward fence, however some other customers may wish to have a bespoke garden gate and for multiple gates to be installed.
How many gates the customer requires therefore influences the price.
What’s the ground like?
Some fences can be installed relatively easily into soft soil, however some customers may require old concrete patios to be broken up before construction work on the fence can start.
If old concrete or brick work needs to be removed, this will mean the cost of carrying out the work will be higher.