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Closeboard Fence, Whiteparish

Closeboard fence in amesbury completed around a corner house.


Residential Project


Whiteparish (Salisbury), Wiltshire

Project duration:

16th August 2021 - 3rd September 2021 (with interruption)

Project type:


Residential Project


Residential Fencing

The Background

One of Stonehenge Forestry & Landscape's regular clients approached us, asking to replace the old fencing of their newly bought property. The work also involved removing an obstructing hedge. Using our considerable experience in fencing and forestry, Stonehenge Forestry & Landscape was delighted to take on the project.

When the client moved into the Whiteparish property, the garden was overgrown, and the fence was decaying. Therefore, we needed to remove the old fencing altogether and replace it with a new one to re-establish the property boundaries.

The Solution

Our first task was to remove all the old fencing and overgrown hedge to be able to install the brand-new fence. We also required a stump grinder to grind out all the old stumps, which were in the way of the new fence.

Stonehenge Forestry & Landscape supplied and installed the new 100m closeboard fence using highly durable concrete posts and gravel boards. The finished height of the fence was 6ft, which allowed privacy for the client from the neighbouring properties.

The Hurdle

After the first day, we realised that we needed the assistance of a mini digger and a grab lorry. This was because we needed to remove the waste material and level the ground in preparation for the new fence. We discussed this with the client, and they were aware that this would be additional work and hence, an additional cost. The client was happy to proceed, and Stonehenge Forestry & Landscape was able to complete the job successfully.

The Result or Feedback

The client was very happy with the finished result and has already asked us to quote for further work.

Checkatrader review from the client: “Fantastic job. Could not recommend highly enough.”

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