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A series of easy to follow step-by-step guides to help you with all sorts of fencing supplies and garden projects from erecting fencing panels and pergolas, to building raised beds and completing various landscaping projects.

Guide to landscaping

Practical landscaping products, such as garden sleepers and wooden poles can be used for a wide array of landscaping projects. Our garden landscaping guide shows you how to easily install key landscaping products for a number of popular uses, step-by-step.

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How to build a composter

Using a composter to make your own compost saves time and money and, if you want to ‘grow your own’, there’s no better place to start. All Grange composters are quick and easy to assemble.

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How to build a pergola

From simple structures to the more elaborate, it can be easy to erect your own pergola. From installing the posts, to fixing the rafters, the basic procedures for every pergola installation are the same.

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How to build an arbour or garden arch

All Grange garden structures are flat-packed for ease of transport. These pages feature simple step-by-step instructions for the construction of an arbour or garden arch.

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How to fit garden edging

Garden edging or log edging is used to ‘finish’ and dress a section of garden. Grange supply two main types: fixed straight boards for when long straight runs are required and flexible edging rolls suitable for curved areas.

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How to hang garden gates

Grange offers a wide range of both 6’ and 3’ high garden gates. The choice depends on your specific requirements, but the basic installation methods will be the same, whatever style you choose.

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How to hang metal gates

Metal gates provide good security as well as adding to the appearance of your property. Grange Metpost gates are offered in varying widths and heights and can be easily installed using Metpost fencing and gate accessories.

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How to install trellis fencing

Trellis fencing has many uses in gardens. It can provide a framework for climbing plants, conceal unsightly areas or add extra height to an existing fence. Install your own with our step-by-step guide.

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How to put fences up

Whether you’re looking for functional fencing to enhance security or a more ornate option to add a decorative finish to the garden, the basic installation techniques for fences are all the same.

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Understanding Timber

Timber products are as unique as the trees they come from and most imperfections can be easily managed without cause for concern.

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