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A man often says his house is his castle. Colin had a problem. His house is on a busy main road. There is lots of traffic, especially big lorries rushing by creating load noise and wind. Another problem is that his existing fence is only about one metre in height, and he was worried about his two cute little dogs jumping over the fence and being killed.

After he did some research and price analysis he asked Hedged In to create a privacy fence to satisfy his needs.
After a trip to site for measurement, we prepared all materials in our warehouse so there was minimum distraction to his normal daily life.
Our hedge in team installed the 34 metre long and 2 metre height hedge fence in two days, despite the rain and freezing weather.
You can feel the difference immediately with the sound and wind. And the dogs jump up and down, running happily in the garden.
Of course Colin is delighted with the result. He now has the privacy and tranquillity he always wanted.

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