Professional Fencing, North Devon
How we work
Replacing your garden fence can seem like a daunting task, the disruption, the mess and the cost quite often means that its a job that gets put to one side. However, garden security and privacy is something that you really can’t afford to compromise, especially if you have a young family or pets to contain! Take a look at our standard specification for palisade and featheredge timber fences (our most popular fencing), the quality treated timber we use is hard wearing, and the impressive finish is time resistant thanks to the careful craftsmanship.
If you decide to get a fencing quote from us, we can include dismantling and removing your existing fence from your property in the price. Our team will have that done in no time, and can then get straight to work installing the new fence, making life easier for you.
Frequently asked questions
If you have questions about a project, please don’t hesitate to ask. Our team is happy to offer a free consultation to answer all your lawn care questions.
Which areas do your fencing contractors cover?
For residential work, we primarily cover Devon working from our base near Barnstaple in North Devon. We can and do travel further though, depending on the nature and size of the project.
What is the difference between commercial and residential landscaping?
At GroundForce, we handle both types. On the residential landscaping side, we work primarily on domestic projects to overhaul gardens, transform natural areas and replace fencing. On the commercial side, we work with housing builders to make sure their new estates are beautiful places to live - including turfing, landscaping and fencing. We handle projects large and small, so if you're looking for residential landscaping in Devon - even for quite a small project - we'd love to speak with you.
What type of commercial fencing do you install?
We offer a variety of timber fencing, including palisade, featheredge, picket, post & rail, and panel. We also provide gates and fixings.
What grade of timber do your fence builders use?
Only quality treated timber is used for all of our fencing, providing safety, privacy and a clean finish that will last.
My garden really catches the wind: will your commercial fences and gates be strong enough?
Our standard specification for fencing is 1.8m post to post, which will already provide extra strength and stability compared to some installers. When we visit your property for a quote consultation we will advise a fencing solution that is best suited for your garden, so in a particularly windy area we may suggest a palisade or picket option with less wind resistance.
The complete residential landscaping service for North Devon and beyond, where quality comes first.