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History of boundary fencing

History of boundary fencing

Fences are a common sight in our world today, but their origin goes back centuries. The word “fence” comes from the XIV Century when it referred to defense structures made out tribes or other forces that wanted protection for what they had built against attacks by others who might want access into your territory.

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Buy a fence panel and plant a tree with G&G

Buy a fence panel and plant a tree with G&G

G&G Fencing and Landscape Supplies has joined forces with JUST ONE Tree to help in the fight against climate change.

We’re proud to announce that we will be planting one tree for every five ‘The Beast’ fence panels we sell in 2022.

Find out more about our partnership, as well as what makes The Beast the sustainable choice for your garden.

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Landscaping in winter – what you need to know

Landscaping in winter – what you need to know


You may think of landscaping your garden as something you do in the summer when the weather is warm and dry.

However, the winter months can be a fantastic time to get any landscaping you need to do sorted.

If you’re still not convinced, here are four of the best reasons why your landscaping should be done during wintertime.

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5 Ways Fence Panels Can Make Your Garden Look More Appealing

5 Ways Fence Panels Can Make Your Garden Look More Appealing

Do you own a garden?

 

If you do, perhaps you’ve wished that it could just look that extra bit better.

 

One incredibly interesting and affordable addition you can add to any garden is fence panels.

 

Fence panels can give your lawn a distinct edge and also make you feel at peace within your own surroundings.

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Concrete vs wooden fence posts - which is best?

Concrete vs wooden fence posts - which is best?

When you’re erecting a brand new fence in your garden, you have the choice of concrete and wooden fence posts.

A fence post supports your fencing and fence panels, making sure they stay upright and don’t fall over. This means it’s essential to choose the right type of panel for your specific needs.

Both types of fence posts have their advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we’ll be looking at which is the best option for your garden.

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