Across The Border Landscapes provides a wide range of garden fencing options. Whether as a standalone job or as part of a larger landscaping project, we work closely with our customers from start to finish, ensuring the perfect fencing solution for their needs. With over ten years of combined trade and industry experience, we erect fences for domestic property owners looking to create stylish boundary markers with optimal privacy and security.
Located in Woking, our landscaping company conducts fencing services throughout Surrey and the surrounding areas, including Guildford, Walton-on-Thames, Weybridge and an array of neighbouring villages. As such, our personnel have equal proficiency installing fences for rural and urban properties.
When it comes to garden fencing, we provide:
No matter what your garden fencing needs may be, please call us on 01483 726 013 to discuss your options. From fences to our wider range of landscaping services, we treat our customers’ needs as the number one priority, so we tailor our service to suit any requirement.
In order to choose the right fencing style, it’s important for property owners in Woking, Walton-on-Thames, Guildford and the surrounding areas to know how they differ. Below, we have provided a brief introductory guide to our garden fencing styles.
Close Board Fencing – This fencing option comes tailored to the terrain of individual gardens, so it requires construction onsite. While this means installation may take a little longer, it also earns a reputation for superior strength and longevity.
Panel Fencing – As your chosen landscaping company, we arrive onsite with panels pre-made, allowing us to complete installation with a quick turnaround. This involves slotting the panels into concrete or timber posts driven to the necessary depth into the ground.
Picket Fencing – This type of garden fencing delivers more of a decorative boundary marker as opposed to one with privacy and security. Distinguished by evenly spaced vertical boards attached to horizontal rails, picket fencing provides impressive through-visibility, making it ideal for front gardens.
Trellises – Homeowners can either attach these simple frameworks to the top of garden fencing or directly onto a wall. Whether an open framework or lattice of intersecting wooden bars, trellises support and display climbing plants, particularly shrubs.
Gate Hanging – Like any reputable landscaping company, we don’t only erect garden fencing, we install a range of gates too. The majority of customers require an access point through their fence, be it a traditional back gate or a larger design for vehicular access.