Whether you’re looking for a decorative fence for the exterior of your premises or something more secure, we have commercial fencing to meet your requirements.
With over 30 years experience in the fencing industry and our reputation for quality fence installations, why go anywhere else for your fencing?
Our dedicated installers use our own specialist equipment and are backed by our expert support teams. We are able to offer you a service with unrivalled quality, which is why our customers return to Suddenstrike Fencing.
All of our materials are sourced from the leading industry names and brands including Tornado and X™Fence®. All timber is sourced from managed sustainable woodlands and comes pressure treated or creosote treated to ensure a longer life span for your fence.
Examples of fencing that we install includes:
Chain link fencing
This is the most commonly used general purpose fence. It available in a wide variety of mesh sizes, heights and colours. The woven diamond pattern is a familiar sight around parks and gardens, providing an effective security barrier or recreational enclosure.
Weld mesh Fencing
With the ever increasing demand to protect property, weld mesh has proved to be an effective and strong fence as an alternative to chain link fencing. It is manufactured from galvanised wire to BS443 and electrically welded at intersections for a strong robust fence.
Steel palisade Fencing
The ultimate in security, steel palisade fencing provides a formidable deterrent against today’s crime and vandalism at an affordable price.
Mesh panel Fencing
Unobtrusive fences offering a good level of security. Mesh panels are constructed from welded mesh giving a rigid panel which is then attached to metal posts.
Feather edge boarded fencing
This type of fencing consists of two or three horizontal wooden rails fastened to wooden or concrete posts and then clad with wooden boards. Again this type of fence provides excellent privacy and security.
Panel fencing is the most popular type of domestic fencing and, once installed, gives immediate privacy.
Closeboard (featheredge panel) fencing – Vertically boarded fence panels supported by either wooden or concrete posts along with a concrete base panel/gravel board if required.
Waney lap panel fencing – Horizontally boarded fence panels supported by either wooden or concrete posts along with a concrete base panel/gravel board if required.
Wooden palisade (picket fencing)
Palisade is a popular form of garden fencing with many different designs to choose from. This type of fence is constructed from rails secured to wooden posts or inserted into mortices in between concrete posts and then the pales nailed to the rails.
Post and rail fencing
Often seen around agricultural and equine land, post and rail fencing makes for an excellent boundary fence. It consists of wooden posts driven in to the ground and clad with two, three or four wooden rails. This is available using square, round or half round posts and flat or half round rails.
Available in many different styles, bespoke designs and finishes such as powder coated and galvanised, metal railings are the ultimate finish to any property. Styles include:
Tailor made designs and styles to suit your requirements.
For further information on commercial fencing please contact Suddenstrike Fencing on 01270 619147 or email email@example.com.
Some of the areas covered locally include Cheshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Derbyshire, South Manchester, Lancashire, North Wales and Powys.