Stockdale Fencing | Post and Rail Fencing | Fence and field

With winter almost behind us and a glimmer of Spring on the horizon now is the time to get those fences ready for action.

The recent heavy rainfall and strong winds has meant both internal and external damage has been caused across the country. Due to its often-exposed positioning fencing is one area which regularly falls victim to mother nature, particularly if the fence was already starting feel a little old and tired. Be sure to check your fencing for any damage big or small, if you do find yourself with a problem please get in touch and we’ll happily come out to repair, patch up or renew any fencing.

As we head into spring it is also vital you check your livestock and equine fencing for any signs of natural wear and tear. Often across the winter months grass levels are so much lower which causes horses to chew, rub or push against fences more as they have less to eat. With livestock turnout season ahead the best quality fencing is necessary to keep those animals safe and protected.

Spring is the best time of year to get your fencing, whatever the purpose, ready and prepared for the months ahead. Here at Stockdale Fencing we have a strong and well-informed knowledge base which allows us to provide the best quality fencing suitable for the specific job. Alongside this our installation and fitting are provided by a highly skilled and professional workforce. Don’t hesitate to give us a call on 07883 339617 and we’ll be happy to help with all of your fencing needs.

Stockdale Fencing | Post and Rail Fencing | Cheshire Show

2020 looks set to be a good one with lots of events and projects to look forward to. Last year saw a large spectrum of projects completed across the North West and this year sets to be the same. In recent years we have exhibited at local shows, unfortunately last summer was a bit of a wash out however we are back with full force this year and hoping for dryer conditions. We will be exhibiting at The Cheshire Show again in June along with The Cheshire Ploughing Match later in the summer.

There’s lot of exciting things to come and some big news, keep an eye out on our Facebook, Instagram and twitter pages for the big announcement. 2020 is going to a busy one and we can’t wait to share it with you. Thank you, as ever, for your continued support!

Stockdale Fencing | Stockproof Fencing | Team

2019 has been another busy year here at Stockdale Fencing. We have taken on projects small and large across the whole of the North West and beyond. Fencing has ranged from paddock and footpath fencing to golf course markers and newt fencing… to name a few! A rather rainy summer saw a very wet Cheshire Show in June but it didn’t put anyone off and it was another successful few days for Stockdale Fencing. The rain stopped play at both the Bolesworth Horse Show and the Cheshire Ploughing Match… fingers crossed for sunnier weather for next year’s show season! This year has also seen the installation of our very own wash station allowing us to keep all of our vehicles and machinery in clean and working order.

A big thank you to all of our customers and followers old and new for your continued support, we just want to wish you all a very merry Christmas and a happy and healthy new year!

Stockdale Fencing | Post and Rail Fencing | Snowy Fence

Did you know that we offer more than just fencing? From the practical to the magical, here at Stockdale Fencing we’re here to cover all your winter needs.

If, like us, icy roads are your least favourite part of the season, be safe in the knowledge that Stockdale Fencing has a full fleet of gritting vehicles on hand. From a frozen car park to an icy country lane, we take on jobs day and night to prevent and reduce dangerous conditions.

We love a sprinkling of snow in Cheshire, that is until it hinders our festive plans. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered (for potential coverings) with our comprehensive snow ploughing service.

If you find yourself stuck this winter, call 07883 339617 and we’ll rescue you from all weather-related difficulties.

Is your field in a bit of frenzy? Is your garden wild rather than a winter wonderland? We have a dedicated team to help with overgrown areas of land and shrubbery. With the help of our tractor and diggers, we’ll neatly clear tracks through most terrains and help clear anything from trees, branches and hedges to brambles, gorse and weed.

Did someone mention Christmas?

We are beyond excited for the return of our pop-up Christmas tree shop, showcasing our premium homegrown trees in all desired shapes and sizes. From 29th November, we’ll be on hand 7 days a week, 7am-4pm to help choose a tree that gives your home the wow-factor this Christmas.

Stockdale Fencing | Post and Rail Fencing | Tom and Sign

2009 saw the start-up of a small, homegrown business by husband and wife duo, Tom and Veronica Stockdale. At this time Tom was the only employee, with a desk and a phone and a lot of bright ideas. Business at this point was generated by local farmers and word of mouth. Fast forward 10 years and a whole lot has changed. We now operate across the whole of the North West and the rest of the UK. We now cover a wide range of projects including agricultural; equestrian, newt, badger, HERAS, security, and acoustic fencing … to name a few. We also carry out a wide variety of bespoke projects which have included show jumps; cattle pens, horse pens, sport’s field fencing, wedding post and rope, and golf course posts. We have a full workforce both out on the road and ‘behind the scenes’ along with several pieces of the latest machinery and technology. The desk and phone have been replaced by two offices and a new purpose built shed. Stockdale Fencing is also one of the main sponsors of The Royal Cheshire County Show, something which Tom dedicates a lot of his time to being a committee member. Other sponsorship has included Sandbach RUFC, various eventing teams and Cheshire Polo. Not only all of the above, but the Stockdale family themselves have grown, welcoming three children in the last 6 years. Tom, Veronica and the rest of the team have worked tirelessly to make Stockdale Fencing what it is today. I think it’s fair to say they’ve had a very busy and successful ten years in the fencing industry, now to focus on the next ten years and what is has to bring. Happy birthday Stockdale Fencing!

Stockdale Fencing | Newt Fencing | Alcumus Accredited

We are proud to announce that Stockdale Fencing are now SafeContractor Accredited.

So what does that mean and how does it benefit you?
Here at Stockdale Fencing we have always taken health and safety very seriously and the SafeContractor health and safety accreditation ensures that we are fully compliant with health and safety legislation. SafeContractor has fully assessed our company to ensure we are complying with everything we should be. Our accreditation scheme assures our customers that we have met legal industry requirements and carry out our work safely.
Stockdale Fencing | Newt Fencing | Royal Cheshire County Show Logo

Stockdale fencing is excited to announce there attendance at Bolesworth International show and the Royal Cheshire Show this summer.

The Royal Cheshire show takes place on the 19th and 20th June at the Tabley showground.

Stockdale fencing continues to sponsor the Royal Cheshire with continued support around the show site and this year helping to sponsor the Agri Centre. It is always a great day for the team to meet suppliers and customers, new and old.

This year will be the first year we have exhibited at the Bolesworth International Horse show and we are very excited be invited. We will be offering free advice and sales over the 5 days with our expert staff on hand to discuss all our products and services.

Be sure to come and visit our stand and chat through your fencing requirements.

Stockdale Fencing | Meadow Flowers | Fences

Spring has finally arrived and Stockdale fencing has nearly put away all the gritting equipment and snow ploughs as the beast from the east keeps reappearing.

Stockdale fencing has had an extremely busy Winter seeing us installing livestock fencing, newt fencing and temporary fencing throughout Cheshire and the North West.  The Spring is already looking to be very busy season as we make some key updates to our machinery fleet. We welcome a new Polaris UTV and a Ford Transit tipper trailer, both of which will be vital in transporting the team and supplies around.

We have lots of exciting projects already lined up; including 1000 meters of horse netting in Wilmslow, Security fencing in Holmes Chapel and Livestock fencing at the Royal Cheshire Show ground.

We hope to see you all out and about, and feel free to contact our expert fencing team to discuss your needs.

This is a slow motion video of installing a large straining post with our Protech Evo 1 Slew. This machine boasts a 300kg plus weight combined with low ground pressure extending tracks. It also has the ability to slew round 120 degrees to access even the tightest of spaces.

The Northwest has seen some of the strongest storms during 2017 and now is the perfect time to check your fencing for damage.

As we fast approach turnout for livestock it is important to check your livestock fencing for any damage and assess general condition.

Stockdale fencing can offer any service from patching to renewing your livestock fence.

It is important that all horse fences are checked for any damage from the Winter months. As grass growth is less over winter horses can chew, push and rub fences more as they have less to eat.

Now is a good time to prepare for the year ahead. Stockdale fencing has extremely good knowledge and experience in supply and fitting all types of horse fencing. Post and rail, horse netting, Horserail and hotcote electric are to name just a few.

Stockdale fencing is looking forward to the Spring as it is our busiest time of year supplying and fitting fencing across the Northwest.

If you are thinking of having some fencing work done this Spring don’t delay call Tom on 07883339617 to discuss your requirements.