Paddock Fencing is a British manufacturer of estate and parkland fencing in a variety of sizes and finishes.
Traditional-style 5-bar estate fencing is available in standard or bespoke sizes, and is supplied in two different types to suit all ground conditions. Panel-type fencing is suitable for level conditions, whilst continuous-type estate fencing is suitable for undulating and curved installations.
Estate fencing panels
Estate panel-type fencing is 2m long as standard. Panels are simply fixed into the ground with a fork-shaped foot (for pushing into soil) or thrust-plate foot (for concrete or difficult soil conditions) for stability. The next panel is then bolted in place.
Continuous estate fencing
Continuous estate fencing is suitable for undulating and curved installations. It is supplied in kit form for self-assembly on site. A thrust-plate foot is used for stability. Posts are installed to follow the contours of the land, ensuring all rails are parallel to the ground.
For continuous estate fencing, posts are installed with a spade foot every 1m, and horizontal rails are simply threaded through each post. The horizontal rails are notched and fall down into the slots in the posts. A small clip is then knocked in with a hammer to hold everything tight and secure.
- Horizontal rails come in 5m lengths as standard and can be cut or bent on site as required.
- Panel-style 5-bar estate fencing is supplied in 2 x 1.2m sections.
- Continuous estate fencing is supplied in 5m lengths.
- Bare metal (left to rust)
- Primed and top-coated
- Galvanised and painted
Black as standard; other colours available on request.
Paddock Fencing can ship to anywhere in the UK and offers a full installation service for customers.