Decking and Fencing Info
We have sourced a premium range of quality timber fencing and decking components which can be combined with our collection of beautifully designed garden buildings, from gazebos and arbours to summerhouses and pavilions. All have a common theme- quality, style and sheer good value.
Grange Fencing, in Shropshire are the UK’s largest manufacturer of fencing & decking products, as shown here on the product page. They also produce a fantastic collection of gazebos and pergolas, which can be seen under our Garden buildings section.
Grange have 130 years of experience, with an established reputation for quality and excellence. They use only the highest quality materials available, with an increasing proportion of timber coming from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) approved sources. All products are preservative treated and are covered by a 15 year guarantee.
The Elite fencing range is premium quality and is made from planed, pressure-treated, FSC certified timber. Finished in a pale green the beautifully designed fencing panels help to create a superior garden.
A wide range of trellis is available, which can be used singularly or together with our fencing panels to make an attractive and uniquely designed garden. Trellis is ideal for adding extra security to your garden without blocking out the light. Used alone, trellis can create interesting features in your garden, supporting your climbing plants, enclosing a secluded or private area or simply as a garden divider. Trellis used together with our pergola and gazebo products offers you unlimited possibilities.
Our decking materials have tremendous potential for enhancing your home and garden, offering unlimited landscaping opportunities. You can create an enclosure using balustrades, posts, and handrails, in effect extending the living space of your home. Click on the link below to see our simple step-by-step guide to building a patio deck.
Decking is an easy way to create a versatile area for sitting and entertaining outdoors, and is excellent for levelling an awkward site. Don’t just use against the house but build a raised area out in the garden, or on the edge of a pond or in amongst the trees in a woodland arden.