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Will your Fence weather the next storm?


With Autumn upon us – it’s the perfect time to start preparing your garden for the Winter weather. At the point the fence blows down or rots and falls it becomes a real headache and an urgent  keep your garden secure.


Many customers install ColourFence for the peace of mind that storms won’t leave them the bill, and hassle involved in getting urgent repairs done. ColourFence stands up to the British weather,


resisting rusting and rotting in the rain, cracking, warping or shrinking in the sun and fallen panels when the wind blows.


ColourFence is available in 4 different colours that can be mixed and matched to create stylish designs that would take hours of painting and there’s no need to paint your new fence for the entire length of the 25-year guarantee.*


Don’t wait for your fence to blow down this winter, our revolutionary metal garden fencing is the cost effective, low maintenance alternative to traditional fencing, call now for a free, no-obligation site survey and quote today.


“Brilliant product and excellent staff. My whole garden is now beautifully furnished with this


metal garden fencing! No more painting for me and no more worries about windy weather. So pleased!” Anne Brown, Cornwall


GREEN BEFORE AFTER


Don’t wait for your fence to fall this Winter, call now for a FREE no-obligation quote on


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* Terms and conditions apply, hose down several times per year.


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