To enhance any outdoor space with the addition of high-quality fencing, Harlow residents should contact MGF fencing. We are an established, family-owned fencing company with a client base that spans North London, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, and Essex.
All of our customers benefit from a committed service throughout, which is made possible by a seasoned yet friendly workforce with over 40 years of hands-on industry experience.
In addition to providing you with ideas about what would look good in your garden, we also guarantee that every installation will stand the test of time.
For more information or to receive a free no obligation quotation for fencing, Harlow residents should get in touch with MGF fencing today – call 01279 219819 or fill out our online enquiry form to hear back from a member of the team.
MGF Fencing – What we provide
At MGF fencing, we give precedence to durability and desirability. We want to make sure that every installation is carried out to the highest standards possible, giving you a safe and secure garden perimeter. At the same time, we want you to enjoy the aesthetic of your outdoor space when having fun with family and friends.
Every installation performed by MGF fencing is guaranteed for 10 or 15 years. We are able to offer such a lengthy guarantee because of the experience and adeptness of our trained installers.
No matter whether you need one-off fencing repairs or a complete redesign of your garden, our long-term relationships with local suppliers means that we can source both affordable and high-quality materials.
MGF fencing is also on hand to supply and install all types of trellis screening as well as garden and driveway gates, which can come with automatic and digital lock options too.
Whatever your garden fence requirements, don’t hesitate to contact MGF fencing – call 01279 219819 or fill out our online enquiry form.
To discover answers to frequently asked questions, visit our information page. We cover issues such as neighbour and boundary disputes regarding your garden fence, which way round your fence panels should go, typical heights and sizes , the treatment fences often require, and how they can be installed on uneven ground.