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JUST TO BE CLEAR, WE KNOW WHAT WE ARE TALKING

When it comes to timber treatment, it’s important to ensure that your wood is protected from all forms of insects, wood-destroying fungi and other biological decay. In order to do this, the timber industry use a ‘Use Class’ system, determining the level of treatment required in relation to the environment the timber is likely to […]Read More

FACT GO ONLINE TO DELIVER TRAINING DURING AND AFTER LOCKDOWN

COVID-19 has changed the world we live in and has challenged us all. Fencing & Construction Training Ltd (FaCT) like many companies has had to change the way they do things. FaCT, like all training providers ceased face-to-face delivery from Monday 23 March. But, determined to continue to be able to support businesses and individuals […]Read More

GATE SAFE DISTANCE LEARNING PROVES POPULAR

Gate Safe has reported a strong response to its Gate Safe Aware Distance Learning module, launched in April, following the need to cancel all face-to-face training in light of the coronavirus pandemic. Enquiries are on a par with the traditional training offering and the feedback from delegates who have taken the course has been excellent. […]Read More

PROFESSION-ALLY DONE WITH WRAG IN FAR NORTH!

You can’t go much further north on the British mainland than Ally Robertson of A J Robertson Fencing! Ally installs agricultural, stock and deer fencing across the north of Scotland from his base in the picturesque village of Lairg, just 38 miles from the far north coast in the midst of some of the most […]Read More

JOB SATISFACTION FOR ISLE OF MAN FENCER

Coming from solid Isle of Man farming stock, Adam Huxham knows a thing or two about fencing on agricultural land. It’s a big part of working life for Adam, 34, who hails from the village of Ballaugh on the north of the island. As a self-employed contractor since 2008, Adam knows plenty about domestic and […]Read More

HORSE FENCING

Market leader Tornado Wire’s 5cm/2in horse fencing is now being used all over the world at the most prestigious studs for bloodstock from thoroughbred racehorses to miniature shetlands for showing. In the UK, timber post and rail fencing is commonly used for horse paddocks; however, the maintenance costs are very high, horses can be injured […]Read More

BURN FENCING ADDS BRYCE TO THEIR FLEET

Burn Fencing was founded by Brian Walker in 1975 in Selby, North Yorkshire and was taken on by Richard Walker 25 years ago after his father’s death. It now has a turnover of 5 million, installing all types of fencing and 40 employees including the 3rd generation of Walkers – daughter Alice who is procurement […]Read More

GATES – THE KEY TO A SUCCESSFUL ELECTRIC FENCE

Fences are designed to keep animals in, but quite often the success of a fencing plan is determined by the section you actually want the animals to go through – the gates. Ensuring enough gates of the right type can make the difference between creating a flexible, easy to use set up and one which […]Read More

ELLPRO TIMBER AND DASTRA – A WINNING COMBINATION

Ellpro Timber are proud to be wholesale importers and distributors of the excellent Dastra range of panel designs. Beginning in 1995, Dastra quickly established themselves as frontrunners in the supply of quality garden products to countries throughout Europe, winning prestigious accolades along the way. Their determination to be the best has turned them into one […]Read More

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