Cleft post and rail fencing is the traditional method used for thousands of years to fence farmland, however more recently the rustic look it has, gives it a wide appeal in a number of locations.

Chestnut Fencing

Chestnut Fencing in Dorset

Cleft post and rail fencing is the traditional method used for thousands of years to fence farmland, however more recently the rustic look it has, gives it a wide appeal in a number of locations.

Whether trying to blend a garden fence seamlessly into the natural environment, looking for a fence in keeping with nearby woodland or you want to add character to your land, cleft fencing could be the answer.

Constructed from either chestnut or oak cleft timber, it is strong, durable and attractive and can provide decades of protection to your garden, paddock or driveway without needing wood preservatives or treatments.

Cleft chestnut fencing is also available in rolls, where smaller vertical cleft pales are bound together using wire. This can also provide an attractive finish to any garden. Available in either 3′ or 4′ high and 10 foot long.

Chestnut coppice is 100% sustainable – making it a great type of fencing to invest in – especially with such a focus on sustainability in today’s society! The wood is cut at ground level – allowing the tree to regrow!

The benefits of Chestnut Fences

Add value to your property

Chestnut Fences can add value to your property. Their fantastic, natural aesthetic can add curb appeal to your home, which, aside from getting to enjoy this view yourself, will work in your favour if you decide to sell your property.

Because Chestnut wood is a renewable resource, it makes traditional Chestnut Fencing environmentally and sustainable. If you decide to sell your property then having a sustainable resource would add value. With climate change and preservation only becoming bigger issues, this added value is projected to increase over time.

 

Cost effectiveness

The durability and longevity of Cleft Chestnut Fences make the investment well worth your money in the long run. Where other fences may become weak and decay over time due to weather conditions, bugs and impact damage, Chestnut Fencing will withstand more than most.

John Bright’s Chestnut Fencing

We are pleased supply high quality chestnut fencing in Salway Ash, Bridport.

Take a look at our range of posts, halves, rolls and rails below!

Whether you’re looking for a metre or a mile why not contact us for a free estimate and give your land a piece of timeless tradition.