Fence and Gate Insurance Quotation FAQ

With high winds affecting most parts of England, Wales and Scotland today, it is likely that your garden fencing will become a storm damaged fence. This may require a quotation from your insurance company and Gardensite can provide you with a free fence claim quote quickly and easily according to David Coton.

Created by David Coton on Monday, 23rd of December, 2013.
Updated on Tuesday, 31st of March, 2015.


Storm damaged garden fence and gate insurance quotation claim

Has Your Fence Blown Down?

The number of calls we receive at our garden centre, regarding replacement fence panels, always increases at this time of the year.

This is because, after contacting their insurance company about a damaged fence, they will usually be asked to find appropriate replacement fencing.

You can find a wide range of garden fencing available for home delivery throughout mainland UK on Gardensite including; fence panels, trellis, gates and posts.

Storm Damaged Fence Panels and Trellis

Gardensite stock and sell a wide range of garden fence panels including feather edge, overlap and woven wooden panels. Heavy duty trellis or the curved concave and convex trellis attached to the top of fence panels are also available.

Storm Damaged Garden Gates

When not properly shut and locked during high winds, gates can swing and easily become damaged. Gardensite sells a wide range of wooden or metal gates are usually in two heights (6ft tall or 3ft) and can be supplied with fixtures and fittings.

Storm Damaged Posts

To ensure your fencing remains in place, it is important to use good quality fence posts. Make sure they are sunk deeply into the ground and well secured. Check all posts for damage when making a claim, as they may have suffered splitting or damage which may not be easily seen.

Fast Delivery

Delivery of replacement goods is fast and straight to your doorstep, whether you live in a major city such as London, Glasgow, Birmingham, Cardiff and Manchester or in the rural countryside. For example, products manufactured by Grange Fencing can be delivered in only 8 days.

Free Fencing Insurance Claim Quotation

We have over 60 years' experience of selling fencing, so call the garden fencing team for a quote on Tel: 0121 355 7701. Alternatively you can place the items for which you need a quote in the Gardensite shopping basket and press the Insurance Quote button to get an electronic quote.

Further Information

Protect Your Garden Property From Autumn Storm Damage

How to Make An Insurance Claim For Garden Storm Damage

Greenhouse Insurance Quotation Frequently Asked Question

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