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    ive a job i want to do thats gonna involve erecting about 150m of estate type metal bar fencing, i could make it all and get it galved but im sure there will be suppliers who specialize in making that sort of stuff , does anyone know of such like supplier or could point me in the right direction. thanks john

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprocket View Post
    yeah seen that thanks , they use box which is no good imo , fills up with water and freezes , then splits. could do with a supplier of galved raw materials , will give steel stockholders a ring tomorrow and see what they can do. used to be a good firm at liverpool , bunners galv, they did stock items of any size steel , galved , and you just chopped it to length , then just coated the cut ends with galvafroid paint. easy job , but they went out of buisness

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    local parish counci had to replace some round our way i think they used this firm http://www.traditionalestatefencing.co.uk/

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    http://www.mjpatch.co.uk/html/contact_us.htm
    in the absence of a location From you I don't know if this will help. They are based in Winford North Somerset and do the estate rail repairs of the type you describe for Bristol Water Company round Chew Valley Lake. If they repair they can do new.

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    A friend got a few hundred metres from the link below, still looks really good after 5yrs or so.

    http://www.cd-ironworkers.co.uk/estate-fencing.htm

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    Quote Originally Posted by nige9999 View Post
    A friend got a few hundred metres from the link below, still looks really good after 5yrs or so.

    http://www.cd-ironworkers.co.uk/estate-fencing.htm
    My parents had fencing from these guys I think, it looks just like the stuff they have down their drive. Was galvanised, been in about 5 years as well, looks very good. Pretty easy to erect too, just drive the posts in at the correct spacings with a post rammer, slide the rails and top rods in and fix in place with locking pins.

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    thats the sort of stuff im after , doesnt look too badly priced either, thanks for the links!!

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    I was looking for about 75 metres of estate fencing and a couple of suppliers would erect it for 45 + vat .

    http://ardaghestatefencing.com/

    http://danielwhelanengineering.ie/

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    Just remember there is a world of difference between the pre made pinned in place railings, and proper welded/curved in situ railings, and then again proper wrought iron....

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    Re: estate type rail fencing

    Not sure where your location is but these guys did some fencing for me - the website looks like they mainly do electric gates but they are good on the fencing too. If you don't want someone to install it for you they would be able to point you in the right direction. This is the link to their railings and fencing page http://www.windlesham-electric-gates.co.uk/railings

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