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Nice work again ace is the gate oak too?

yeah it is, but its the gate that was there before it was pressure washed and came out a treat

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Heres' one we completed before Christmas - it's taken me this long to work out how to upload photos.

 

A weakened fence, a bit of a storm and the Clio's written off! See it's not just trees that fall on cars

 

Double sided, 8ft high and its on 5" x5" posts this time concreted in.

 

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[Gareth Dalzell][Heres' one we completed before Christmas - it's taken me this long to work out how to upload photos.

 

A weakened fence, a bit of a storm and the Clio's written off! See it's not just trees that fall on cars

 

Double sided, 8ft high and its on 5" x5" posts this time concreted in.

 

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Nice work Garath done a fence today the neighbor was still parking her can next to it even thou it had been hanging over for weeks

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I have always been told the fence owner sees the poor (i.e posts) side of the fence. Not sure it is a law as such

 

In Scotland its not law ( well not according to the LA, had a situation with a client last year ) but more a common decency for your neighbour, but no one does it.

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There is no law that says which way round a fence should be. Increasingly, I find that my customers elect to have the 'good' side facing them. With a closeboard fence, this allows all completion to be undertaken from the customers own garden.

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it use to be law that you put the good face out thats where the saying driving the nails home come from as you was knocking them in towards your property but am sure its no longer law now

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