For garden fencing and general fencing city fencing is #1

For garden fencing and general fencing city fencing is #1

Is your garden in need of updating for 2019?

If your garden is looking tired, now is the time to get in sorted for 2019. don’t put up with another year of unkempt and uninviting outdoor space, or of untidy, unsafe garden fencing. Liverpool homeowners who want the best, turn to City Fencing for garden fence and gate updates and you can too. Call us now and your garden will be ready for the winter storms, as well as a spring and summer of outdoor activities.

Garden fencing Liverpool can trust

We’ve been supplying and installing garden fencing Liverpool-wide for almost five decades now, so hundreds, perhaps thousands, of homeowners have turned to us for the best in garden fencing and we never disappoint.

If you want 2019 to be the year that you can enjoy your garden to its fullest – feeling safe in the structural integrity of your fence, happy with the aesthetics of your outdoor space and confident that your perimeter will be well protected for years to come then drop us a line.

It doesn’t matter how grim the weather gets this winter, come rain or shine (or even frost) our specialist team will be out there, across the city and beyond, delivering and installing fence panels.

It’s never the wrong time of year to sort out the garden

It may not seem like top priority to get your garden looking good when the days are so short that we have barely any daylight to enjoy it but there are plenty of benefits to getting your garden prepared for the year ahead at the very beginning of the year.

Firstly, winter is not a good season to have unsafe garden fencing. Liverpool homeowners who have been through storms with a weak or broken fence will tell you just how dangerous they can become when they come loose in bad weather. Even if they don’t snap and blow around dangerously, which can happen in severe weather conditions, a broken fence is not doing its job of providing protection and privacy to the perimeter of your home. It also represents a hazard to children and animals who may wish to use the garden. If you feel that your fence may not make it through the worst of the winter weather, please get in touch.

Of course, aside from the safety concerns there are other reasons to get your fence fixed in January. It might be a new year’s resolution of yours to spend more time in nature, or more quality time with your family. Well, what better way to do either than by resolving to enjoy your own little slice of nature as often as possible? Particularly if you have a conservatory you can enjoy your garden at any time of year and it’s nice to be able to look out on a well kept area. You’ll also thank yourself as spring rolls around and you are immediately able to spend time in your garden because you thought ahead in January.

So if your garden fence needs some TLC, browse our site or call into our showroom and we’ll be happy to help. When it comes to garden fencing, Liverpool’s top choice is City Fencing.