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Posted by jask Media on 1 July 2021

Is your premise’s perimeter secure? [Infographic]

Businesses have been securing their perimeters for thousands of years, installing walls, hedges, gates, and fences to act as the first line of defence against intruders and trespassers. If it’s been a while since you assessed your premise’s perimeter, it’s time to ask yourself if it’s secure enough. These days, criminals are becoming increasingly astute at gaining entry to commercial buildings, using various methods to access offices, warehouses, shops, and...

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Posted by jask Media on 8 September 2020

What is closeboard fencing?

Are you looking for high-quality closeboard fencing in Leicester, Nottingham, or Birmingham? If so, look no further than RTC Fencing – one of the leading fencing suppliers and installers in the Midlands. Our closeboard fencing is constructed from pressure treated timber to extend its lifespan, making it an excellent choice for your business. Read on to discover more about this popular fencing type and why it’s such a good choice...

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Posted by jask Media on 21 August 2018

Best Fence Panels For Windy Areas

The British weather has been unusually pleasant recently - but it won’t be long before it reverts back to the cold, windy state we all know too well. Take advantage of the warm weather by installing a wind-proof fence in preparation for Autumn. To help you out, we’ve constructed a handy guide to highlight the best fence panels for windy areas. Hit and miss fence panels Hit and miss fence...

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Posted by jask Media on 11 May 2018

3 Things to Consider When Choosing Best Fencing For Dogs

Any proud dog owner knows their dog loves nothing more than to explore. As endearing as this quality is, it does mean you have to consider your dog and their behaviour when choosing the right fence for your property. Here are some tips when choosing a closeboard or panel fence that will make you and your pup happy. Best Fences For Dogs That Jump Big dogs are capable of jumping...

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Posted by jask Media on 21 March 2018

Closeboard vs Panel Fencing

It’s vitally important to choose the correct fencing for the job when it comes to domestic fencing in the back garden, the driveway or your allotment. Not only must it stand the test of time and provide privacy and security, it has to look good, too. This month, we are answering an age old question: ‘What are the pros and cons of closeboard and panel fencing and which is the...

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Posted by jask Media on 9 January 2018

Top 5 Benefits of Close Board Fencing

For a fencing solution that ticks all the boxes, choose close board fencing and have it installed by an experienced professional. By doing so, you’ll be investing in the longevity of your fence and sidestepping the problems that come with other common fence types. 5 Benefits of Close Board Fencing Read on to find out the top 5 benefits of installing a close board fence on your property. 1. Affordability...

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Posted by jask Media on 9 December 2017

How to Install Close Board Fencing

Of course, for the very best results, close board fencing is best installed by a professional team with years of experience in the industry. If, however, you’re interested in how those professionals go about erecting the perfect close board fence, then you’re in the right place. How to Install Close Board Fencing Here, we’ll be telling you exactly how to install a fine perimeter fence that will stand the test...

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Posted by jask Media on 30 November 2017

Close Board Fencing Guide

Closeboard fencing is both affordable and durable, which makes it a popular choice for homeowners and landowners alike. It is sometimes referred to as ‘ship lap’ or ‘feather board’ and though this describes the same type of construction method, it is more commonly known as ‘closeboard’. In this serialised guide, we’ll cover all aspects of closeboard fencing, from planning permissions to construction methods. This month, we’ll be starting with a...

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