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Why Do Fence Posts Rot & How To Prevent It?

By Barnard Fencing Team on June 12th, 2019

A high quality wooden fence is designed and built to last a considerable amount of time. However, its lifespan can be easily shortened by rotten wooden fence posts. Therefore, that durable, sturdy fence panel could be rendered useless is the post rots and subsequently breaks away in strong winds. So in this article, we’re going to explain why these posts rot and exactly what can be done to prevent them from rotting away.   Why do fence posts rot?   There are a number of reasons why a wooden fence post may start to rot, including:   Sun Snow Hail Rain…

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How To Remove Algae/Moss From A Wooden Fence

By Barnard Fencing Team on May 23rd, 2019

Finding moss and algae on your wooden garden fence isn’t uncommon, and doesn’t suggest an unruly garden full of weeds and fungus. But don’t panic, because there a couple of very easy, cheap and effective ways to rid your fence of green grime.   Using a pressure washer   While exceptionally fun to use, pressure washers are great for lifting stubborn growths that appear around your garden. But before you start the hosing down, here are a few things you will need:   Garden shears (if you have plants in front of the fence) General purpose galvanised wire Tarpaulin Pressure washer…

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How to Enhance the Look of Your Garden Using Railway Sleepers

By Barnard Fencing Team on April 8th, 2019

Getting your garden ready for spring can be difficult after a long, harsh winter. But there are many ways in which you can transform your garden into a beautiful outdoor space without the need for extensive landscaping. Railway sleepers are perfect for adding a fresh, contemporary feel to your garden, no matter what shape or size.   What are Railway Sleepers? These are rectangular support systems that make up the bottom rails in railroad tracks, lying perpendicular to the rails themselves. But what does that have to do with gardening? Railway sleepers have been used to transform gardens for decades. The…

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