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Frequently asked questions Planning your fence  If your new fence is a direct replacement for a current one you can think about different types of fence and alternative heights we can help you with that. For a  boundary fence between neighbours it is worth checking your deeds to see who’s fence and responsibility it is, it is also worth discussing your plans, “good fences  make good neighbours”. For new fences it is usually worth checking with the local planning authorities especially if your fence is street facing, or you intend to remove  a hedge. If you are planning on a new fence think about access gates and layout. Where gates are concerned access for lorries etc should really be taken in to  account.   Please also provide a detailed plan of any underground services to avoid any damage to pipes, and cables.  Guild of Master craftsmen   Applicants for the Guild are required to submit confidential references from customers and one of the first questions asked of all referees is whether or not they would  be prepared to recommend the applicant to a relative or close friend. The Guild's council of management include a review of the references when considering the  application for membership as well as ensuring all other criteria are met. Only when they are satisfied that the applicant really does deserve to be called a master  craftsmen is the application approved. This is about as close as you can get to receiving a recommendation from one of your neighbours or friends.  The quotation  We provide you a “quotation” so, the price you see is the price you pay, should you need or want to make changes to the project prior to us beginning, please let us  know with as much notice as possible so we can discuss, re quote and plan the correct amount of time to your project.  Payment We finish the work, when you are happy we invoice you. Then you have 14 days to make payment. Payment can be made by cheque, bank transfer, or Pay Pal (fee  applies). Recommendations In addition to the assurances offered by being a member of the guild of master craftsmen, if you would like any references, please do not hesitate to ask.  Insurance We are insured to £2.5 million with NFU,  Special orders Special orders and custom made products may require a pre payment. Who is Liphook fencing?  Liphook fencing is the local name for part of Haslemere fencing. We are a long established experienced fencing company.
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Where we work Any type of fencing and gates. In any of the following areas: Haslemere, Liphook, Midhurst, Petworth, Farnham, Godalming, Chiddingfold, Grayswood, Northchapel, Hindhead, Beacon Hill, Churt, Tilford, Elstead,  Grayshott, Brook, Witley, Milford, Lurgashall, Lickfold, Lodsworth, Bramley, Wonersh, Shamley Green, Plaistow, Dunsfold, Arford, Compton, Milland, Linchmere, Hammer, Hindhead, Woolbeding, Stedham, Trotton, Rogate, Easeborne, Roundhurst, Camlesdale, Marley, Lindford, Headley, Hascombe, Tillington, Balls cross, Elstead, Heyshott, Fittleworth, Bepton, Treyford, Rake, Liss, Hydestile, Thorncombe Street, Rake. Wisborough green, Ifold, Plaistow, Kirdford, Rudgwick, Alfold, Guildford, Puttenham. We are delighted to look at fencing in any area of the south east, just get in touch.
Timber Guarantee Timber treatment in the last 5-10 years has been difficult. Several of the chemicals used in timber treatment were banned before a suitable proven treatment could be  established. Unfortunately lots of products and timbers were treated and sold unknowingly with insufficient/unsuitable treatment, and have subsequently failed  (rotted).   Now the treatment process has been established and the standards sent with UC4 grade treated timber suitable for posts in contact with the ground. Check you are  getting UC4 Posts. Chestnut & Oak: Chestnut and Oak is not treated, Oak and Chestnut season and harden with age, Chestnut stakes should last 10 years, Chestnut posts should last  10-20 years, Oak should last 20 years +. 
Adam Dalton 07765 247771
Adam Dalton  07765 247771 adam@haslemerefencing.co.uk
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Timber Suppliers  Our main and prefered treated softwood suppliers are Harvest wood products.