The Different Types of Fencing and Why to Use Them

Posted on by Laughton Landscapes

Spring is almost upon us and it’s the perfect time to start thinking about your garden. You should consider getting it prepared so when the summer months begin, it’s a haven for you to relax and enjoy. Part of the work you may need to carry out is maintenance on your fencing Rugby to ensure your garden is secure and well protected. Here at Laughton Landscapes we have a dedicated team who can help transform your garden with the service we offer in garden design; we all have years of experience and using our creative flair can provide you with a design that is perfect for your requirements.

There are many different types of fencing; read on as our expert team explore the benefits of some and how they can be used.


If you want maximum security within your garden, you may wish to consider solid fence panels; they simply slot together between a number of main posts and will provide strength and durability whilst still looking great. A solid fence is perfect if you have children who have a tendency to aim their football directly at your fencing.


Picket fencing is often favoured by many homeowners and is versatile in that it can be created in a variety of colours to suit any garden. This is a perfect fencing solution when appearance overcomes the need for strength; although it will still be strong because of the way the pickets are mounted parallel and evenly spaced.

The team here at Laughton Landscapes can offer you advice in picking the right fencing Rugby for you needs so all you will need to worry about is choosing suitable garden furniture. Feel free to browse our website today to find out more, or call one of the team on 01933 652 786 to see how we can transform your garden.

Disclaimer of Endorsement: Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favouring by Laughton Landscapes. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of Laughton Landscapes, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.