Environmental fencing services
Agricultural fencing contractors
With our many years of experience as environmental fencing contractors in Derbyshire we are well equipped to advise about, supply and install all kinds of stock fencing and boundary fencing.
Whether you rear sheep, cows, deer or pigs, or you want to protect your crops and stock from badgers and rabbits, we will point you in the right direction and quote as cost-effectively as possible. Or perhaps you invested hard earned cash into land and want to define its boundaries. Whatever your requirement, we are equipped to help.
JH Fencing also supply and install all types of fencing for manèges and horse enclosures.
20,000 metres of environmental fencing each year
We install over 20,000 metres of boundary environmental fencing across the midlands every year for a wide range of customers such as estates, landowners, quarries and small holders. Whether you are keeping livestock in or out, or preventing badgers and rabbits from destroying your crops, we are more than capable of helping you with every aspect of the job. Or perhaps you simply want attractive post and rail fencing to define your property.
15 year guarantee
We use only tanalised timber with a minimum guarantee of 15 years and a life span all the way up to a 50 year, depending on the client’s specification.
We would be happy to visit your site and evaluate your environmental fencing needs.
What is high tensile fencing?
High tensile fencing is the easiest and most cost effective way to fence stock, mark out a boundary or even keep the public on foot paths.
There are dozens of different specification and formats, the most common of which is sheep netting with a barbed wire top. We can have netting manufactured to any size or specification that you require.
Typical uses for high tensile fencing
- Standard stock netting with barbed wire top
- 2-strand barbed wire fencing
- Horse fencing
- Pig fencing
- Deer fencing
- Rabbit fencing
- Chicken fencing
- Badger fencing
- Newt fencing
- Electric fencing
What is post and rail fencing?
Post and rail fencing consists of timber posts, with horizontal timber rails. There are three main types: cleft, half-round and square cut.
It is both attractive and sturdy, and is ideal for perimeter enclosure on large properties, being far cheaper than stone wall. It is strong and tough and can last for many years.
Post and rail fencing is often constructed using rectangular slots (mortices) pre-cut into the sides of posts. This allows easy insertion of rails. This simple method of construction is very time saving.
What is tanalised timber?
Tanalised (or pressure treated) timber is timber that has been pressure impregnated with wood preservative. The system provides long term protection against wood decay and insect attack.
Tanalised timber resists rot, fungus, mould, and insects, as well as extreme weather conditions.