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There are many reasons that people prefer a low maintenance garden:
• Lack of time – especially for those who commute or work away from home
• Lack of ability to garden (mobility or health issues)
• Competing time constraints – young children or grandchildren, a demanding career or an all-consuming hobby
• Lack of interest – not everybody loves to garden!
Visit our website to find some tips on designing and maintaining a low maintenance garden http://colourfence.co.uk/blog/
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Good Morning Facebook!
ColourRail gates are manufactured from heavy duty tubular steel and are ideal for situations where full screening is not required. They can be mounted free standing using the appropriate posts, or between existing pillars/walls.
To read more about ColourRail gates visit out website http://colourfence.co.uk/products/gate-features/
Or call today: 0800 6444113
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A Fence can be a dominant feature, and if you choose a Colourfence.
You are looking at a stunning frame that is also virtually maintenance free, which immediately makes your garden a much less demanding prospect – no painting, repairing or even inspecting, just the pleasure of a sturdy, elegantly-coloured boundary fence that requires nothing of you but admiration and the occasional hose down which will keep it looking as good as new.
Give us a call today Or call 0121 439 8924
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Entrances & Exits to the garden can be features as well as necessary access points.
A beautiful garden gate can offer interest winter and summer, and we’d recommend Colourail gates maintenance free gates which are manufactured and powder coated to exacting standards to ensure they stand up to constant use – these gates also come with loop, loop and spear, spear, or flat top finish to fit with your garden theme.
To read more about using a Colourail gate in your garden visit our website http://colourfence.co.uk/blog/
Or call 0121 439 8924
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Aluminium – light and cheap, the low cost fencing option.
A relatively recent introduction to the fencing market, aluminium has become more popular in commercial than residential settings and is most commonly seen as temporary fencing used around building sites. In hotter climates, aluminium has become the prime choice for barriers around swimming pools.
Visit our website to read the pros of having an aluminium fence http://colourfence.co.uk/blog/
Or give us a call today on 0121 439 8924
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Good Morning! Hope you all had a fabulous weekend.
One of the many pros of colourfence is protection against burglars and vandals.
Visit our website to read our top tips to protect you from burglars http://colourfence.co.uk/blog/ Or give us a call today to speak to someone about your needs 0121 439 8924
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Vinyl Fences
The pros
• Can pass for wood at a distance
• Low maintenance – will never require painting
• Does not splinter, therefore a child friendly choice.
The cons
• Expansion and contraction as temperatures change can make • PVC brittle and liable to damage
• Prone to mould, algae and mildew – which are almost impossible to eradicate once established on fencing and cause unsightly stains
• Currently there is no industry approved way to paint a vinyl fence – owners often find they cannot alter the appearance of a fence once installed
• Vinyl fencing’s wood-like appearance becomes more obviously plastic the closer you get (some vinyl fencing isn’t designed to look like timber and is coloured for a more unique look)
• Disposal costs can be high if you decide to remove your PVC/vinyl fence.
Give us a Call today on 08006444113 to discuss which fence type would most suit you.
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Wooden fences are the natural option, and in some situations may be the only acceptable one because listed buildings and local housing regulations may insist on wood (or steel or wrought iron fencing) in certain circumstances.
Quality is highly variable and very often you don’t know the quality being used until the installation is complete!
Want to know more about the different types of fences we do
Visit our website: http://colourfence.co.uk/blog/
Or call today: 0800 6444113
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Why have a fence?

Before deciding which type of fencing is best suited to your needs, it’s vital to be clear about the reason you require fencing. The five most common reasons for installing fencing are:
1. Security – keeping people out and/or animals in
2. Privacy – providing a visual barrier between you and potential viewers
3. Screening – fencing can be a windbreak or a sound baffle
4. Budget – your dedicated budget can be the deciding factor for which material you choose
5. Aesthetics – many forms of fencing are attractive in their own right and add to the appearance of your property
Determining the purpose of your fence and your budget, will help you decide which of the many forms of fencing will best meet your needs.

Give us a call today: 0800 6444113
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Anne Brown – Cornwall

“Brilliant product and excellent staff. My whole garden is now beautifully furnished with this fencing! No more painting for me and no more worries about windy weather. So pleased!”

Give us a call today: Sales: 0800 6444113
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