Protect your land with an affordable agricultural drainage system
If land can’t drain properly then it can remain extremely wet for weeks making it difficult for anything to grow or live. Good agricultural drainage is the key to farming success. However, there are laws and regulations controlling drainage. You have to ensure chemicals, such as pesticides, are not washed into rivers or streams along with rain water.
At Fence & Drain we have a long family history in farming and agriculture. So we understand the need for effective and affordable drainage systems to improve and protect your business.
We offer a variety of drainage solutions to suit all ground conditions – from heavy clay to light soil. Even in areas of the country suffering heavy and persistent rainfall we can implement drainage systems that will divert rain water away. We are fully licensed to use a wide range of plant and drainage equipment, and we are health and safety CHAS registered. Our hardworking and experienced team will carryout all work with the minimum of disruption.
With our help you can have agricultural land that is well drained ensuring produce and live stock can flourish – and you can meet all your environmental and regulatory concerns too.
Need to protect livestock or boundaries? We also offer a wide range of affordable fencing systems?
We are very happy indeed with the fence which replaced a very dilapidated wooden fence
Miss Simm, Knutsford
We were impressed with the team you sent to erect the fence. They arrived on time and got on with the job in spite of the very wet weather
Mr Stevens, Preston
We were impressed with your service, arriving promptly to measure up, arriving on time to complete the work. Working quickly and efficiently and politely
Mr Dixon, Preston
We are satisfied with the fence, the process and the price
Mr Ginns, Buxton
Really helpfull nothing was too much trouble
J Simm Liverpool
May we thank you and your team for the high quality workmanship, efficiency and professionalism that both you and your staff demonstrated during the course of the works
Mrs Bolton, St Helens