When you need top-quality boundary fencing in Whiston, get in touch with A Line Fencing. We have more than two decades’ experience in this sector and also in many areas of building work. Supply and installation of fencing is our core business strength, because what we started off with is garden fencing. Today our company offers premium quality decking, block paving, timber gates, industrial fencing, garden gates and steel/wrought iron railings and gates. We have a team of Liverpool contractors who have worked together for many years in the Merseyside, St Helens, Prescot, Widnes and the North of England regions. Most of our business comes to us via word of mouth recommendations from delighted clients. What sets us apart from our competition is our total commitment to quality, affordable pricing and our customer-centric approach.
Like the poet says, “Good fences make good neighbours!” In Whiston, boundary fencing has to be correctly installed to ensure that there are no property disputes at some later stage. As a responsible fencing company, we make sure that we follow the property lines accurately and respect the boundary limits of every property. Additionally, local councils and municipalities have their own restrictions regarding the height of fencing. If you live in a listed property or your property adjoins one, you need to get planning permission from the local council authorities. Modern properties have plans drawn to scale that show the boundaries. These plans are usually registered at HM Land Registry as scale plans. The plan also helps you to know which part of the property you are responsible for. For instance, the fencing that you put up should stand clearly within your own boundary and you are responsible for its upkeep.
To ensure that your boundary fencing in Whiston is strong and well-maintained, we can support you with timely repairs and replacement of damaged/vandalised sections. Our experienced team can assist you. Contact us for more information about our selection of boundary fencing. We can supply all the fencing materials you need. DIY enthusiasts may prefer to install the fence themselves, but it is wiser to leave the job to professionals.