How Galvanised Fence Posts can Galvanise the cost of Fencing
There’s a fairly new financial concept in the construction industry that probably hasn’t quite got to home-owners and their garden fences yet. It’s called Total Cost of Ownership (normally abbreviated to TCO) and it’s about budgeting not only for the cost of build but the cost of maintenance and repair across the life expectancy of a construction or installation.
10 Reasons to ‘See the Light’ and make 2023 The Year Of The DuraPost
At this time of year, it’s natural to feel the weight of winter on your shoulders as you reflect back on another year of hard work. That’s especially the case if you work with concrete fence posts where life is all about doing the heavy lifting and then some.
The Ins and Outs of Chinese Walls – and why a DuraPost fence is better
You don’t need to be Chinese to erect a Chinese Wall. What’s more they cost nothing to build – no materials and no labour involved. Then again you wouldn’t want one around your garden as it wouldn’t keep anything in, and it wouldn’t keep anything out. ‘Chinese Walls’ are entirely virtual, a conceptual ethical barrier designed to prevent the exchange of information and communication that dates back to the Wall Street Crash in 1929.
Fencing things out - When Security Matters
Mostly you build a fence around things – people talk about ‘fencing things in’. Fences can be elegant, add architectural structure to your garden and act as a great backdrop to planting. They give you a feeling of comfort, of not being overlooked, of having your own space or even creating an outdoor room.
DuraPost of the Year 2022
If you have installed DuraPost in 2022, you're eligible to enter our competition!
All you have to do is post a picture of your install to Facebook or Instagram, tag us (@DuraPost_UK) and include the hashtag: #DuraPostoftheYear in your caption. You can enter multiple times with multiple pictures (make sure to split each entry to a new post).
DuraPost Compost Bin
Nature is never wasteful. Take a woodland for example. Every spring and summer the trees put on a wonderful spectacle of foliage in a multitudinous variety of greens and bronzes. These leaves fill with sugars to feed the trees’ growth. Every autumn they turn to red, gold and orange, to eventually fall to the ground where they quickly decompose and release their goodness back into the soil. Nature nurtures itself.