Estate Fencing

Estate Fencing

Estate Fencing also known as parkland railing dates back to the Victorian era where a strong, long-lasting fence was required which wouldn't be obtrusive on the landscape.

COMPONENTS: Flat bar steel posts punched to accept rails | 5.0m long steel rails - top rail of tubular bar, 4 lower rails of flat bar | Posts anchored with thrust plate or claw type fixing | Rails secured using wedges | Hot dipped galvanised steel throughout | Wave top design available as an optional extra | Fence height at 1.2m with post centres at 1.0m.