We used these guys for the for a project in Letterkenny. They were first class and made a tidy job. We would highly recommend them.
We decided to use this type of material rather than timber because of its longevity, but mainly no maintenance whatsoever.
The erection team were very professional and their workmanship was excellent
A job well done. Tidy and friendly workers.
First class service
I want to thank you sincerely for the great job your guys did in erecting the new gates and fencing on numerous windfarm projects for Mills Contracts Ltd. We are delighted with workmanship and would recommend your services going forward. A special thanks to the crews manager, Steven Kilpatrick for the smooth running of the works on the ground and nothing was ever a problem.
“Two years ago I decided to establish 1,800 metres of new fencing on the farm; part perimeter: part internal. I was particularly keen to keep the cows and young calves away from the bank of a river which runs through the farm. But, in addition, the new fencing network would allow me to establish a more comprehensive paddock grazing system on the farm. “I also wanted the work carried out to the highest possible standard, which was why I specifically asked The Fencing People to quote for the business. The availability of grant aid through the Countryside Management Scheme was a big factor in making the work undertaken a feasible option for the business.” Following initial discussions with Steven Kilpatrick, Andrew agreed the detailed specification of the work that would be undertaken. This included the provision to use sheep wire throughout and, where possible, to keep the existing fence network on the farm in place. “The option to go for sheep standard fencing was a priority, as this approach would ensure that young calves would not get separated from their mothers. And the protected corridor created by placing the new fence away from that which already existed provided the perfect conditions to establish a new hedging network as well.” It took the fencing team just ten days to establish the 1,800 metres of new fencing and the associated hedge. “We used creosoted posts, which are guaranteed for a minimum of fifteen years, along with high quality sheep and barbed Tinsley wire,” Steven explained. “The new hedge comprises an agreed mix of blackthorn, whitethorn, hazel, dog rose, gulder rose and other appropriate deciduous species.” Two years on Andrew Glass is more than happy to confirm the benefits of the fencing work undertaken: “I am delighted with the job. It is my intention to have more fencing work undertaken by the company this spring.”