Hit and Miss fencing is arguably the best looking type of fencing that can help improve and transform the appearance of your garden space.
Hit and Miss fencing is used in gardens across South Wales, from Cardiff, right through to Swansea, where a sense of style needs to be added to any garden area.
Hit and Miss fencing for when you fancy an alternative style of fencing for your home.
What exactly is Hit and Miss fencing?
Hit and Miss fencing describes a panel alignment with planks which are alternatively fixed to the cross-rail to the front and back.
That is the planks are fixed and arranged front and back on the rail so that on both sides of the fence there is an equal sharing of vertical planks.
This means that the fence looks both the same from the back and front making it a desirable option for both you and your neighbours as unlike other fences, there is not one rough side.
Our customers within Cardiff and the surrounding regions have commented that they prefer Hit and Miss fencing, as it allows a fencing option which looks great from both sides and does not disadvantage one neighbours view.
This is why we regularly erect fences in these areas:
- Cardiff & Newport
Do you live in a coastal area? Then Hit and Miss fencing may be for you!
Coastal areas are notorious for strong crosswinds, therefore not the ideal environment for large panel fencing which could blow over in strong gales!
Why not therefore consider Hit and Miss fencing?
This fencing option has alternative vertical planking systems, which allows a certain amount of the wind current to flow through the fence panels themselves.
Because at certain angles you can see through the fencing system, this allows the wind to be controlled and to a limited extent allow wind to pass through the fence itself, this helps minimise the chances of it blowing over.
So if you live in a windy area or near a coastal location, then Hit and Miss fencing panels could be a suitable option for you!
Double boarded fencing or Hit and Miss fencing, for those who appreciate a quality fencing system.
Often fences are viewed as something that is needed for practical reasons, such as marking out boundary lines, but fencing can be a lot more than just that.
If you demand more from your fencing system then why not consider Hit and Miss fencing because the design is very much different, and can add a touch of sophistication to your garden.
Using specialist panelling systems which have been pressure treated you can have a Hit and Miss fencing system which looks less imposing than other fencing types.