Designer Metal specialises in the fabrication and installation of traditional estate fencing. Also referred to as park or parkland fencing, it is a modern reproduction of the traditional iron fencing of old. It is often used on estates and parks for retaining livestock and for it decorative appearance.
Every year we install many miles of metal fencing all over the UK. The use of generous steel sections and our method of installation, gives our product great rigidity and strength. You are truly investing in a last-a-lifetime fence that will be enjoyed by generations to come.
We guarantee the structure of our steel estate fencing for 50 years (does not include accident or damage).
We guarantee our estate fencing for use with heavy stock without the need for electrification or backstays.
Fully welded construction, not clip together.
We do not use contractors.
Generous steel section sizes
Installed to a minimum depth of 800mm
Estate fencing professionally installed from £45 per metre plus VAT anywhere in the UK. Minimum orders apply. Smaller and local orders priced accordingly.
For an exact price per metre simply email us: [email protected] (or phone on: 01473 658111) with your post code, estimation of meters, gate requirements and any other relevant information. You will receive a quote back within 24 hours.
Please scroll down for full specification (including steel section sizes), fencing styles and a detailed explanation of our estate fencing installation method.
As standard we produce four types of metal post and rail fencing. All four stand 1.2m tall approx. The posts are spaced at 1 metre apart and all have 5 traditionally spaced rails, small gap nearer the ground with each spacing becoming greater as they rise up the fence.
We publish our spec and section sizes because we are proud to produce a product that is built to last.
Style 4 Feature Top
40 x 12 mm posts with a solid 20mm round top rail and four 25 x 8 mm flat rails below
With our method of installation we can follow curves and ground contours beautifully, and both at the same time. These fences really flow and are very pleasing on the eye. These sort of effects are just not possible with pre-fabricated rectangular panels that bolt together.
Over the years we have installed estate rail fencing around numerous lakes and ponds. A visually unobtrusive, effective barrier, adding to the setting rather than detracting from it. This photo clearly demonstrates our ability to deal with curves of any radius. Always arriving to site equipped with steel rolling equipment we can deal with any radius without prior knowledge or the need to measure up.
The advantages of our method are clearly demonstrated in the photos above. It allows us to follow contours and curves in a way that is just not possible with pre-fabricated panels.
Effective use off Swoops to deal with an abrupt change in Level.
Designer Metal estate fencing, with our tree guards in the background, in the January snow 2010. This fence was installed in meadows across the road from our Suffolk work shop in 1992 and is still as straight and as upright as the day we put it in. The fence was never painted and despite being almost 20 years old shows no sign of structural corrosion, other than surface rust, even at ground level. The use of generous steel section and the quality of the installation will ensure that this fence will still be standing at the end of this century. The estate guards were installed in 2002 and have withstood the rubbing of heavy stock for 8 years without moving. For a land owner or estate manager both items are a once in a lifetime, maintenance free purchase.
Estate Fencing Installation
Every one of our installations are undertaken by our own Staff. Customers can expect to deal with well-presented, well-mannered and well equipped individuals who have a wealth of experience and are very good at what they do. There is nothing that an estate fencing contract will throw at us that we cannot deal with on site. We do not use outside contractors.
Each fence post is pneumatically driven deep into the ground. The depth of installation is one of the key factors to producing a strong, rigid metal fence . We go in almost twice as deep as some other systems on the market. Over the last 20 years we have installed metal estate style fencing in nearly every county in England, Scotland, Anglesey, the Isle Of Man and France. During this time we have encountered all soil types and ground condition and never yet been unable to complete an installation.
Once the posts are in upright and true we run the rails through in 6m lengths, staggering them like a brick course so no single post holds all the joins.
Then everything is welded up on site. Each rail is welded to every post, so each post has five welds and each weld is about an inch long, not just tacked together. Where the rails join they are welded all the way around the joint. All the rail joins are done on posts, so are not visible.
The end result is a seamless fence with no visible joins or bolts that will hold its line and stay upright for decades. This thorough welding process is the other factor in producing a really strong metal fence and is in a different league to clip together fencing available on the market today.
Fences are spray painted once they are up. They receive a high zinc based primer and then an industrial grade top coat. Although it is a two coat application, fences are sprayed from both sides and in way that most of it actually receives 4 coats of paint. We can finish our Park Fencing in any colour.[/su_column] [/su_row]
Tree protection makes a terrific feature in this meadow.
Large estate fencing style tree guards standing 1.5m tall fabricated on site to any specified diameter. These tree guards stand taller than our estate fencing – with an extra top rail and the bottom five bars matching the fence spacing’s – offering permanent effective protection against horse or other heavy stock.
Decorative Ends and Finishers as well as End Posts for fence lines available.
Designer Metal park fencing and gates at the main entrance of Trinity Park in Ipswich (Suffolk Show Ground). Easy to view for any one local who is interested in our product.