Soak away and drainage in rear garden.

“Neil and his team delivered what was required to an excellent standard with great attention to detail. Very open to requests and questions. We will use them again for turfing at front.”

– Repeat Customer in Rowland’s Castle



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Prepare for the strong winds ahead…

Make sure all your boundary fences are secure and posts are firmly set in the ground. Wooden fences are prone to rot or attack by insects, making them weak.

To prolong their life, treat them regularly with wood stain and preservative. The part of a wooden fence post most likely to rot is the section buried underground. If not reinforced in time, it will eventually collapse and pull down the entire fence, especially in high winds.