fencing (35)

PRO

Marshalls Heritage Paving Diamonds

 

This design went down really well with our customers, so we have decided to put it on Landscape Juice for all to see. We have used Marshalls Heritage Paving and created three decorative diamond shaped areas with a 

Read more…

Decking Division Expanded:

At Chaffin Fencing we have expanded our decking division after a large increase in the demand for outside decking areas. We have very much enjoyed getting stuck in and sharing our passion with new customers all over the South East.

You can choose from

Read more…

Free Fencing Quote

Chaffin Fencing is based in the heart of East Sussex, at our yard just north of Polegate and outside Eastbourne. From this location we provide a comprehensive range of fencing services covering the whole of Sussex, including residential fencing, comm

Read more…

Flowering Fences

For many people, garden fences may be viewed as an essential piece of garden equipment for many reasons. They can ensure privacy from nosey neighbours, they can keep pets in, or other animals out, they can also be used as a form of security. However,
Read more…

Open forum activity

Karsten Tomkins replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Income Protection
"I bind myself by this oath - If it is in my power to do so, I will keep this project updated in a timely manner!"
3 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Right!🤦😂"
3 hours ago
Honey Badger replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I work in a garden like that on the left. With the previous owner we transformed into a lovely cottage garden, the current owners have covered it in hard landscaping, all plants destroyed by foot balls. Desolate! Nice customers though."
12 hours ago
Paul Doyle replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"I take the point but I'd be interested to see if those 2 pics are even in the same area. Looks odd to me or was it meant to just give an illustration? "
13 hours ago
Billybop replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"i think that "roof gardens" might be the way forward"
15 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Income Protection
"Good luck. I am following this with interest. Keep us posted. Thanks "
15 hours ago
Karsten Tomkins replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Income Protection
"Andrew Midgley I've started to look into claiming my premiums back through the Financial Services Ombudsman. Their advice is to first contact the insurance company and give them a chance to resolve the matter. I think I've got two angles on this -…"
16 hours ago
Aaron Brownlee replied to Greg Francis's discussion Etesia 2019/2020 pro46 phts3
"Hi everyone newbie on here. Was searching online and I found this thread. I got the pro 46 out on demo there and ended up ordering 4 of them. Good bit of kit. The only thing I didnt like was the speed of the mower its painfully slow. So decided to…"
16 hours ago
Aaron Brownlee, joan bowler, Simon Costain and 7 more joined Landscape Juice Network
PRO
16 hours ago
Jonathan Davidson replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Yes I saw this on Twitter earlier and made me think, whilst stood on a sodden riverbank and soft lawn (I soon packed up and went home) I recall hearing something on the radio years ago about what sized area was being turned over to parking and…"
18 hours ago
Ian Harvey replied to Gary RK's discussion Landscaping choices have consequences .....
"Next door to one of my customers replaced their whole back garden grass with fake grass last year. The whole garden is on a slope down to the house. Guess what happened one particular heavy rain storm afterwards- yes - all around the rear of the…"
18 hours ago
Gary RK posted a discussion
Taken at face value, this shows the effect landscaping choices can have on neighbours, our street-scene, and the environment? 
Multiply this by hundreds and perhaps it partly explains localised flooding? 
 
18 hours ago
joan bowler replied to Karsten Tomkins's discussion Garden Design on a Steep Slope
"I have my own little garden now where I grow a lot of different plants. I also did courses for gardeners at the beginning where I learned a lot of useful things."
20 hours ago
1st Garden Maintenance updated their profile
21 hours ago
Tim Peacock updated their profile
22 hours ago
Fusion Media posted a blog post
Leaf collection was once a three-man job but is now a one-man job according to Mark Jaques, deputy head greenkeeper at Gillingham Golf Club – thanks to the SISIS Litamina 1200.Gillingham Golf Club has been situated in Medway, Kent for well over a…
23 hours ago
More…