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Trellis Fence

Essentially, a trellis fence is a stylish and more aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional fencing, offering support to climbing plants.

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What is a Trellis Fence?

Essentially, a trellis fence is a stylish and more aesthetically pleasing alternative to traditional fencing, offering support to climbing plants.

A trellis fence allows you to grow plants vertically as well as horizontally, and display plants in previously inaccessible areas of the garden.

Having a trellis fence in your garden is extremely popular and actually dates back to Roman times, where it was used to decorate and divide outdoor environments.

Although not used for security and privacy purposes, it can be seen to add character to your garden especially in the summer periods of the year.

Where are Trellis Fences Used?

Trellis fences are predominately found in gardens, creating a beautiful wall of foliage.

A good strong trellis fence can offer great support for attractive climbing plants, such as roses, presenting a charming and elegant addition to your garden.

Even a simple trim across the top of your current fence can completely transform your garden.

We carry large stocks of pressure treated trellis – in square/rectangular, omega top and convex designs. The panels can be added to the top of a fence panel to raise the overall height, used as a fence panel in their own right, or attached to a fence or wall to grow your prized plants up.

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Why Choose A Trellis Fence?

The real purpose of trellis is to support climbing plants. Therefore, when you have trellis, you can grow vertically as well as horizontally, and display plants in previously inaccessible areas of the garden.

These areas might include the top of a fence panel, the back of a trellis planter or against a brick wall.

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Trellis Fence Sizes

Fence panels come in a standard width of 6 feet. Heights include 3ft, 4ft, 5ft and 6ft. Trellis panels also come in 1ft and 2ft heights, ideal for fence toppers, planter trellis and wall trellis.

The maximum height legislation for fencing is always inclusive of the trellis. In other words, if the maximum height for any boundary fence or garden walls is 2 metres, then the wall and the trellis must be a maximum of 2 metres in total.

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Trellis Fence Installation

Putting up new a new trellis fence is a straightforward job for anyone with basic DIY skills.

Putting up a trellis fence for yourself is a very rewarding process and is easier than you think. Fences are often overlooked and taken for granted, but with a little effort they can enhance your garden environment.

Trellis panels can be added  to the top of a fence panel to raise the overall height, used as a fence panel in their own right, or attached to a fence or wall to grow your prized plants up.

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Trellis Fence Benefits

A trellis fence can help train and support plants, create privacy walls and “living fences”, or simply add style and flair to your space!

A trellis fence is also seen as a great way to save space, and enable gardeners to “get vertical” – which can be especially useful when growing space is limited.

The Mick George Group supply a wide range of trellis fences.

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Trellis Fence Treatment

Treat the trellis stakes with a product containing sodium borate or disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, products used to protect wood against decay and insects that rot wood.

You can brush these solutions directly on the wood trellis with a paintbrush to keep the wood from rotting.

Luckily, The Mick George Group have an excellent range of ever lasting trellis fences which we think will really make your garden stand out.

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Cheap Trellis Fence Prices

Recognised as a major supplier of all types of DIY and Timber products, the Mick George Group offer cheap trellis fence prices across its entire range.

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Buy Trellis Fences Online

As well as ordering over the phone, customers can also buy trellis fences online, 24-7 at their convenience.

The process is extremely simple and will only take a few minutes.

Customers can view exactly what they want, retrieve all the information they need and have the trellis fence delivered quickly.

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Trellis Fence Suppliers

As with all of our Timber supplies, our trellis fences are only sourced from approved Timber Mills throughout the world, ensuring the best possible quality.

Our trellis fences meet the highest Grade specifications.

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Trellis Fence Delivery Locations

Courtesy of our expansive network quality Timber sources and large fleet of vehicles, we’re able to deliver trellis fence quickly and efficiently to domestic, trade and commercial customers throughout Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Bedfordshire and Norfolk, as well as on a nationwide basis.

Trellis fence delivery will occur within a 14-day period from ordering.

 

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