At Bowden Fencing, we have over 30 years of experience in providing boundary solutions to domestic customers. We have one of the best selections of fencing products including fence panels, close board and feather edge fencing on offer, all of which are available to view at our indoor/outdoor showroom in Market Harborough, near Leicester.
Security and privacy doesn't just have to be functional, it can also be stylish. To add the finishing touch to your garden design, choosing the right fencing is important. We supply a wide range from the traditional overlap and feather-edge through to the more decorative European style fence panels.
Increasingly popular is the use of concrete posts with concrete gravel boards, which last longer than timber. The use of concrete gravel boards at the base of the fence has a number of advantages. It keeps the panels away from the ground, and if the ground levels either side of the fence are different the soil will fall against the concrete gravel board not the timber panels.
We are one of the leading local suppliers of feather-edge fencing across Market Harborough & Leicestershire. We can provide you with a wide selection of gates that complement the fencing styles and we offer a custom built service to suit individual needs.
We are able to supply customers throughout Market Harborough, Leicester, Northampton, Kettering, Corby and surrounding areas with an extensive range of domestic fencing. Get in touch with our our team today on 01858 410 660 to arrange a visit from a member of our team. Alternatively, use our online contact form and we'll be in touch soon.
Come and see everything that we have to offer! We are situated on the western fringe of Great Bowden, approx 1 mile north of Market Harborough
Monday to Friday 8.00am 5.00pm
Saturdays 9.00am 12.30pm
"I am very pleased with the appearance of the fence, and I will certainly use your expertise again should I need any fencing done."
"I am happy to say the shed is now installed. I must congratulate your men on their efficiency and friendliness."