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All Day fencing  - visit our websiteAll Day Fencing - visit our websiteLooking to improve the street appeal of your home for the least cost? Decorative fencing and gates can make a dramatic change to the appearance of your home. Modernise your home with horizontal Entrance Aror - build your own!wood slat fencing and screens or restore your home with traditional wood picket fences and gates.

Are you thinking of selling your home? New fencing and gates can address issues such as noise, privacy, security, wind or fire protection and other concerns that may be preventing you from reaching the right price for your home.

Incorporate a decorative wood entrance arbor (pergola) into your front fence or garden. Easy to build and they look great as a feature in your garden.

You can include gates or letter boxes in the design and even a solid roof if protection from the weather Decorative wood arbor, pergolais required.

An entrance arbor can improve the privacy to your property. Use an electronic lock and intercom for your visitors. Keeps out unwanted guests!

Arbors are buBuild a decorative wood arbor pergolailt using LOSP treated wood available through your local lumberyard.

The All Day Fencing ‘Guide to building Arbors’ describes in detail how to construct your own. The book contains designs and suggested materials. There is also a link to the spantables for wood so you know what size to use. The guide also contains plans, illustrations and a step by step guide to construction.Build your own decorative wood arbor, pergola

For more information on building a decorative wood arbor (pergola) and other DIY guides view the All Day Fencing plan shop at www.alldayfencing.com/adfshopdiy.php.

Other guides available include, pergolas, staircases, windows, doors, gates, fencing, and much more! View all guide books here… www.alldayfencing.com/adfshopdiy.php

All Day fencing  - visit our website!Pergolas can enhance the look of your property while providing shade or shelter. A well designed pergola will increase the value of your home while at the same time making your outdoor spaces more usable.

View all designs at our website www.alldayfencing.com. Pergolas can be left open or be finished with a row of wood battens for shade. You can also fix roofing such as laserlite or colorbond to your pergola. Pergolas come in several designs. The ‘lean to’ pergola is built off the side of your home. Generally a lean to pergola is attached to the house structure. A freestanding pergola is built  to stand on its own and requires bracing. A radial pergola is one that is built in a curve shape with the rafters fanning out from one fixing point. A completely circular pergola is called a gazebo and often contains seating.

Wood pergolas are easy to make and are erected quite quickly.

To design your pergola you need to know what size wood is required to span the area you want. The larger the span, the larger wood is required. Visit our website to view the wood spantables: www.alldayfencing.com/adfshopdiy.php.

All Day Fencing have built and installed many pergolas and have assemled some of the best DIY plans for you to do yourself. All plans come with a step by step guide to building a wood pergola plus footing design, pics, illustration, tips from the experts, materials lists and spantables to get you building in no time!