Monthly Archives: June 2014
Fencing is a must for gardens, it creates privacy and a boundary that separates two gardens. It can stop pets from escaping and causing trouble and also keeps pets out. Overall it is a necessity to have a fence that functions correctly. If your struggling on how to put up a fence, check out our detailed guides.
To distinguish who owns fencing between properties can be tricky. Their is no pattern that you can use to work it out as when the houses are built, the builder will choose who owns what which is why you cannot generalise. One way of finding out is to access the conveyance deed to see if it is marked out which fence which house owns. Deeds can be purchased from and is a private process meaning you can purchase your next door neighbours too. If you have a T marked on your side of the fence you own that fence. If you have a H that means that it is owned by both houses and is a shared party fence.
Thankfully, 9/10 you will have a good relationship with your neighb