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Contemporary Fencing

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Contemporary Fencing

Our contemporary horizontal slatted fencing is very popular at the moment. We use both cedar and treated softwood. The softwood option is less expensive and is made with pressure treated timber which is smoother than the normal rough sawn fencing timber, and can be painted in a variety of colours.

The cedar fencing has beautiful varied shades through it, but it does require to be regularly oiled with a penetrative oil stain to prevent it from turning grey in UV light.

Here are a few recent examples of our painted pressure treated softwood contemporary fencing.

White contemporary slatted fence for a small courtyard garden in Glasgow’s West End

White contemporary slatted fence for a small courtyard garden in Glasgow’s West End

Gunmetal grey contemporary fence and seat facade for a courtyard garden in Eaglesham with smooth grey sandstone plank paving

Gunmetal grey contemporary fence and seat facade for a courtyard garden in Eaglesham with smooth grey sandstone plank paving

Long narrow contemporary garden in Glasgow’s West End with gunmetal grey contemporary fencing - this one has lighting behind it that shines out from the spaces at night

Long narrow contemporary garden in Glasgow’s West End with gunmetal grey contemporary fencing - this one has lighting behind it that shines out from the spaces at night

Here are a few examples of the cedar contemporary slatted fencing

Cedar fencing in a garden in Newlands, Glasgow

Cedar fencing in a garden in Newlands, Glasgow

Here the cedar has been used to disguise an unattractive garage in Giffnock, Glasgow

Here the cedar has been used to disguise an unattractive garage in Giffnock, Glasgow

Cedar fencing for a contemporary garden in Edinburgh. This one has fibre optic lighting through the paving.

Cedar fencing for a contemporary garden in Edinburgh. This one has fibre optic lighting through the paving.

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