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Garden Fences and the Law

Posted by RTC Fencing on 23rd April 2019

While erecting a garden fence may seem like a simple enough thing to do from a legal standpoint, it could potentially put you in very hot water, especially if you aren’t aware of the rules with regards to garden fences and property boundaries. Do I need planning permission to put up a garden fence? Planning permission is only required when erecting a fence that surpasses the height of 2 metres. If your garden fence is less than 2 metres tall, then you won’t need planning permission. If you’re looking to install a garden fence on a public road, you may need…

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Best Fence Panels For Windy Areas

Posted by RTC Fencing on 21st August 2018

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 panels are alternately fitted panels that impart a sizeable amount of wind resistance, while also providing close to total privacy. The alternate panels make the fence appear closed and solid, but…

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3 Things to Consider When Choosing Best Fencing For Dogs

Posted by RTC Fencing on 11th May 2018

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 behavior 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 high fences. A four foot fence simply isn’t going to do the job since, depending on the breed, some dogs can jump as high as six feet. Ideally, your fences need…

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