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Wire fencing Stevenage has a number of applications ranging from protecting your garden to housing chickens. Although it is rugged and durable, it is nonetheless one of the most affordable types of fencing around. You can save even more money when you use our free service to compare quotes from the various fencing contractors in our extended network.
Materials such as steel or galvanized aluminum are typically used to make Stevenage wire fencing. This fencing comes in various heights, and can be sold in rolls that are several metres long. Special clips are normally used to attach this fencing to wooden or metal posts. Wire fencing can be awkward to unroll and install, and requires at least two people in order to perform the job correctly. It can also be sharp, and may cut an individual's hands, which is why DIY installation is generally not recommended.
Typical Stevenage wire fencing costs will depend largely on the thickness of the fencing, its height, and the size of the perimeter being fenced. Fencing used to protect a garden can be more lightweight than if restraining chickens, which means that the purpose of the fencing will also play a role in its cost. If fence posts are already in place, this could reduce your cost, since there is a great deal of labour involved in digging holes and setting them.
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There is a huge variety of wire fencing available. People are most familiar with chain link and barbed wire fencing, but there are also host of different garden and utility fence styles that are made from wire.
Wire fencing can be used for just about anything, from keeping pets and livestock in, keeping rabbits and deer out of gardens or even making a trestle for tomatoes and other vine-plants to grow on.
Although this is possible, it is often not recommended as the new sections may end up looking different to the rest.
In most cases, yes. However, you may need to check to see if there are any municipal regulations in this regard in your area.
PVC and zinc coating will prevent your wire fence from rusting, thereby increasing its lifespan. These coatings will also help keep your fence looking like new for longer.
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