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Helping you choose the right fence

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    Fencing brochure

    Perfect for the discerning garden enthusiast we are pleased to announce the release of the new Good Fencing Guide for 2020 complete with everything you need to you when buying a Jacksons fence, gate, post or garden accessory.

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    Commonly Asked FAQs

    Here you will find Frequently Asked Questions about Jacksons and our products including About our Timber, Installation and Jakcure Treatment. You will also find an A-Z Fencing dictionary which we have created to help you understand all fencing terms that may be used on our site and by fencing contractors or Approved Installers.

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    25 Year Guarantee

    25 Year Guarantee

    Softwood timber Jakcure® treated products are guaranteed against wood-boring pests and all forms of wet and dry rot for 25 years.

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Choosing the right fence is an important decision and with so many options out there, it can sometimes be a difficult one.  Today, fencing is widely available from many suppliers offering traditional kit form to panel form designed for simple installation.

The array of types, styles and shapes is growing everyday so understanding what you want and need from your fencing is crucial.  For example are you buying designer panels to enhance the aesthetics of garden or is it for practical security reasons because this would present to very different options. Deciding what is right for you is a daunting process but using a personalised approach to understand the difference between the various types and styles you can explore what is right for you. 

A fence has the ability to frame an outdoor space and often leaves the biggest impression on a visitor to a property or garden.

We are here to walk you through five popular sections which often feature in a whole range of properties and gardens from a traditional style garden, a cottage garden to a modern urban garden, as well as expert advice on commonly used types and styles and what you need to consider when your thinking about buying a new set of panels or gates.