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Every year our Approved Installer network grows in number and knowledge. Our continual commitment to the scheme to ensure only the best, highly skilled fence installers and landscapers are included is still as strong as when the scheme was first introduced.

The last year has proven to be a tough year for our Approved Installer network and the sector as a whole. Events across the world have impacted us all with rising costs, inflation and the continual cost of living crisis. Every installation has been hard won, which has highlighted the dedication and willingness to succeed from our Approved Installers.

This year, the decision to choose just one Approved Installer was as difficult as per previous years. We factor in many aspects to make our final decision, including the quality of installations, customer satisfaction and feedback, social media activity, and which companies are true ambassadors of the brand.

The winner this year was Leyton Fencing Decking and Landscaping based in North East London.

 

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We’d like to thank Leyton Fencing Decking and Landscaping for their commitment to our Approved Installation Programme and congratulate them on winning our Approved Installer of the Year 2023.

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To apply to be an Approved Installer visit our website

 

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