Fencing for Local Authority Properties
We are pleased to have been a trusted supplier of fencing services to local authorities in and around Oxfordshire for many years. From school boundaries and children's play areas to sports fields or council-owned properties, we will supply and install any type of fencing or gate at competitove rates.
Trentwood Fencing shares local authorities' commitment to the safety and security of its grounds, which is why our professional standards are second-to-none. We arrive on time, expertly install the required fencing or gates at the property, and leave the site clean, tidy, and most importantly, safe.
Bow Top Railings for Didcot Council
We are always proud to be entrusted with fencing contracts for local authorities, so we were delighted to install these galvanised bow-top railings on behalf of Didcot Town Council in Oxfordshire. Perfect for playgrounds, parks or other public areas, these railings will last for years to come. The tubular design is lighter than traditional silid steel, so they're lighter and faster to install, and more cost-effective, too.
Anti-trap bow top railings are another popular choice for fencing child-oriented play areas; the wider gap between the top hoop reduces the risk of a child getting their head, neck or limbs caught between the bars.
Please contact us for advice about appropriate fencing for children's play areas.
Picket fencing at a school in Cowley
Picket fencing is such a great choice for internal boundaries in a school environment - the warm, natural tones of these wooden panels are friendly and inviting; children can easily see through and over picket fencing, but it's a sturdy choice to mark the boundaries of footpaths, play areas or school buildings.
We have done lots of fencing work for this primary school in Cowley, near Oxford and really enjoyed our visit when we were invited back recently to install the 1.5m picket fencing and gates seen in the photos below.
Metal railings at a school in Oxford
These metal railings and security mesh were fitted at a school in Oxford, just before the children returned to school after their summer holidays.
School fences take a lot of wear and tear, from crashing balls to crashing children! Regular inspection and maintenance should be part of the school calendar to keep your fences in top condition. If your school fences are sagging or broken, call Trentwood Fencing for a competitive quote to repair or replace them.
To enquire about fencing or gates at other local authority-owned properties, please get in touch.