Whitewashed timber lath fencing.

Timber Fencing and Balustrades – The Sustainable Way To Go

In Blog, Inspiration Extérieureby Louise van Niekerk

When it comes to fencing off your property or parts thereof, timber fencing and balustrades have been the number one go to for ages and it isn’t hard to see why.

Apart from being always in style, timber is probably the most customizable material that can be used for fencing, providing not only privacy and security but also adding to the overall character and aesthetic appeal of your property.

Timber is the most widely used building material in the world – it’s versatile, environmentally friendly, lightweight and affordable and with the proper timber treatment, can last for many years.

Whether you require a security fence, decorative screen, pool balustrade or even garden edging, our professional team of designers and craftsmen will be able to assist you in creating a cost-effective, durable (yet sustainable!) product to suit your requirements. Timber fencing and balustrades all the way!

Timber post and rail fencing.

Timber post and rail fencing.

Large timber pole fence.

Large timber pole fence.

Colourful timber picket fencing.

Colourful timber picket fencing.

Whitewashed timber lath fencing.

Whitewashed timber lath fencing.

Palm frond (barasti) fencing.

Palm frond (barasti) fencing.

Rustic woven lath perimeter fencing.

Rustic woven lath perimeter fencing.

Timber batten boundary fencing.

Timber batten boundary fencing.

Square timber fencing and gate.

Square timber fencing and gate.

Stained timber balustrade.

Stained timber fencing and balustrade.

Timber bridge railing.

Timber bridge railing.

Decking balustrades.

Decking balustrades.

Decorative lath privacy fence.

Decorative lath privacy fence.

Rustic privacy screen fence.

Rustic privacy screen fence.

Timber post and rail balustrades.

Timber post and rail balustrades at Al Seef, Dubai

In order for us to ensure a high-quality, durable product, all of our structural timber is harvested from sustainable forests and then pressure treated to the highest quality standards. This in turn ensures not only the preservation of the timber but also the health and safety of our clients.