Harrow Fencing are a leading, family-run fencing supplier, and we have been established since 1960, so you can rely on us to be experienced and trustworthy. To make sure our customers are well-informed, we have put together some FAQs which answer the most frequent questions we receive.
Ordering & Delivery
How do I place an order?
We accept orders via email or phone call, and you can even come into the depot as well.
How do I pay?
When you pay, we accept cash, cheque, visa, and bank transfers. Unfortunately, we cannot accept American Express.
Can I collect my order from your depots?
Yes, if you would prefer, feel free to come in and pick up your order.
How do you deliver?
Our efficient and prompt delivery service utilises our own vehicles that are also driven by our experienced drivers. We deliver to anywhere within a 25 mile radius of our Hillingdon or Harrow sales depots.
How long after I place an order can I expect delivery?
We offer same day delivery to all our customers throughout Greater London.
Do your prices include delivery?
No, unfortunately our prices do not include delivery. If you would like to know the prices, don’t hesitate to contact us.
Installation & Repairs
Can I have my fence installed by Harrow Fencing?
Yes, installation is available for all of our fence deliveries.
Can I have my gate installed by Harrow Fencing?
How long does it take to have my fence installed?
This depends on a variety of factors, such as the type and length of the fence, and the site conditions. It also varies depending on the time of year. In winter it takes about a week, and then in the busier periods it can take up to 6 or 7 weeks.
How can I prepare my garden for my fence installation?
It is a good idea to make sure the ground is level, and remove stones, plants and garden furniture which might get in the way of the installation.
Do I need planning permission to erect a fence on my property?
Most fences won’t need planning permission, but some might need permission when they are: higher than 2 metres, or higher than 1 metre and next to a road. Also, if your house is a listed building, or if your neighbour’s house is a listed building, you may need permission. It is worth checking if your fence fits any of these criteria.
Not sure what type of fencing you require? Ask our experts!