D Tyler and Sons Fencing

7 Dicket Mead

Welwyn AL6 9NX


Tel: 01438 840608



We're also available via our contact form.


Opening times

Monday to Friday

8.00am to 7.00pm


Saturday and Sunday

8.00am to 11.00am


  • Free quotations
  • No job too big or two small
  • Fast friendly service
  • Approved Post Saver Contractor
  • Flexible approach to customer needs

"Hi Duncan.  Thank you again, really pleased with the fence.  It looks really nice, just what I wanted.  I will highly recommend you."  KD October 2016

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Hints and tips to securing your garden

  • Low or damaged fencing allows easy access to your property.
  • Gates, fencing, walls or hedges should be at least 1.8 metres high.
  • Fix a wooden trellis fixed to the top as if climbed,it will break, create noise and attract attention.
  • Gates at the side or back of the house should be kept locked with a good quality bolt and padlock.
  • Garden sheds should be kept locked - with a padlock or mortise deadlock as they often contain tools suitable for breaking into your home and valuable equipment such as lawn mowers.
  • The planting of a prickly hedge, such as frethorn, climbing rose or hawthorn, against existing fencing will act as a powerful deterrent.
  • Do not leave ladders laying around.  These provide the burglar with the means to climb into upstairs windows.  Keep them locked in a garage or shed, or chained to a wall.
  • Install security lights to illuminate your garden - they can help deter thieves.  There are two types available, lights fitted with sodium tubes that come on automatically during the hours of darkness and turn themselves off when it gets light, or lights operated by sensors that come on when movement is detected.
  • Thread a chain or wire through the handles of tools and bikes so they are all connected and can not be removed easily.
  • Keep shrubs, hedges and large plants cut back.  They can provide a screen for thieves to work behind.