Steel Palisade Fencing

Steel Palisade Fencing Installation

Palisade fencing is a popular choice amongst commercial and industrial establishments, thanks to its robust security offering. Made from steel rails and posts, it offers a strong deterrent to intruders that keeps your property safer from potential harm. The materials themselves are highly durable, requiring minimal maintenance to remain effective for a long period of time.

Our range of palisade fencing is made to fit your requirements without ever sacrificing the quality of materials or installation. There are a range of painted options to suit your requirements. We can also manufacture security gates to match your fencing to give you easy access while maintaining strong security.  

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Why choose Golden Larch Contracting?

Our experienced teams cover a vast area in the South of England. We work on projects, big and small, across almost all of the coast. We’re a trusted partner to housebuilders, commercial clients, councils, and property developers, priding on delivering only the best work – on time and at competitive rates.

A dedicated team, we have skilled palisade fencing contractors who work tirelessly to ensure our clients are happy with every project. Safety is of utmost importance to us, which is why we provide ongoing training to all our staff to maintain high health and safety standards.

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Got a question?

What are the different types of palisade fencing?

Roundtop palisade fencing is intended for low- to medium-security purposes, such as border markings that dictate the end of your property. 

W-section, also known as tri-point palisade fencing provides stronger, more resilient protection against vandalism and access, thanks to its anti-climb spiked pales.

There are a number of heights finishes and colours to suit your needs. 

For every project, we’d encourage you to talk to our team to determine what is most suited for your premesis.

Why is palisade fencing used?

Palisade fencing is used mainly to prevent intrusion, vandalism or simply to mark the end of your premises. It is a great security solution that is often a cost-efficient way of reducing crime.

What is the lifespan of palisade fencing?

Palisade fences can often last 30 – 50 years and up to 75 years in less corrosive soil. They are a hard-wearing, secure solution.

Is palisade fencing strong?

Very! It is unlikely to be damaged by the elements, unlike timber fencing, but also protects from vandals, vehicles and other intruders too.

Do you use your own materials?

Yes, palisade fencing is usually in stock, and further stock is readily available via our wide supply network.

Your project can stay on track, without waiting for unreliable suppliers.

Why should we use Golden Larch Contracting?

Our fencing contractors are experienced, well-trained and trusted by clients far and wide. Over hundreds of projects over many years, we’ve built a reputation for delivering only the highest level of quality with our work.



The majority of our projects are in the central South Coast area, including all of Hampshire – Southampton, Portsmouth, Andover, Basingstoke and Winchester as well as Salisbury and Bournemouth.

For larger projects we often cover a wider area from the West of Dorset, into Berkshire and West Sussex.

We run our own fleet of vehicles, including lorries and our own plant, so we can operate effectively in any location.

Golden Larch Contracting: Palisade Fencing Specialists

Golden Larch Contracting have installed palisade fencing for clients for a number of years. As a result, our clients benefit from fast and efficient installation from a team they can trust.

Golden Larch Contracting helps projects move along smoothly, without the worry of unreliable contractors causing a problem down the line.

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Phone: 02380 814448
Fax: 02380 813764
Email: [email protected]

Address: Golden Larch Contracting, Romsey Road, Ower, Hants, SO51 6AF

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