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Category: Wooden Fencing

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How to Protect Your Fence From Rotting

Posted by RTC Fencing on 26th June 2019

Unfortunately, wood rot is inevitable – the Grim Reaper of wooden fencing, but fear not as we’re on hand with some useful tips to help you prolong the time it takes for wood rot to eventually take hold. Consider rot before buying fencing materials Before buying and installing your new fence, firstly consider using hard-wearing, rot-resistant materials, such as: Cedar Juniper Redwood Cypress Woods that aren’t as hard-wearing and should be avoided when looking for rot-resistant fencing materials are: Pine Tamarack Douglas Fir Alternatively, you can even purchase pre-treated wood, which can also protect your fence from wood rot. Know dry…

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Which is Better – Steel Palisade or Wood Fencing?

Posted by RTC Fencing on 31st October 2018

Steel palisade fencing or wood fencing? The age-old question has divided border-enthusiasts for decades. On one hand, the metal exterior of steel palisade appears more robust. On the other hand, traditional wood fencing appears more private. So which is better? Well today ladies and gentleman, the two will finally go head to head in the ultimate battle of fence vs fence. Will wooden fencing carve out a win or will steel fencing steal the show? The experts here at RTC fencing have created this article to find out the answer once and for all. What are the differences? On the face…

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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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