Available Nationwide

We provide you with the materials and tools needed to build your own woven steel fencing simply and quickly. Erecting your own fence from the ground up provides a rewarding and unique way to achieve a stunning and cost-effective woven steel fence. You build your fence in just the same way we do, but we have taken care of welding using modified posts and rivet fixings.

Create beautiful flowing woven steel fences or short freestanding screens to any width. Build formal or curved raised beds and soil retainers. You can step both the top and bottom of the fence to cater for a sloped site or stepped top. We can deliver throughout the UK and further afield subject to delivery charges.

The options with this system are almost endless. If you have an idea, no matter how unusual, let us know and we will tell you how or if it’s possible!

If your interested in a woven steel fence but don’t wish to build your own please give us a call and we can recommend an installer in your area or see our
recommended installers page. For prices, please see our price list below.

woven steel fencing and wooden gate

What does a woven steel fence kit include?

All posts cut to length to include end posts with a cut slit for easy starting and ending the fence
All slats for weaving your fence
Rivets for joining the slats together
A rivet setting tool for connecting the slats
Drill bits for the riveting
Excellent after sales support – As always!
Corner post: please request one if your fence has a right angle bend

woven steel fence kit

What tools do you require to build a woven steel fence?

Spirit level
The tubular post knocker ideally or a sledge hammer
String line
Grinder (if you need to cut the slats and necessary PPE)

How to build a woven steel fence?

Understandably most people feel a little trepidation taking on a new fencing system. Let us put your mind at rest. This is a forgiving fence to install.
Our feedback from those who have used our kits find that it is an enjoyable and rewarding process.

Woven steel fence installation summarised in three images

Knock the posts in

Weave the slats

Rivet the slats together

See the short film below showing the construction of a woven aluminium fence

Building your woven steel own fence is a relatively quick process. As a rough guide, two people should be able to install a fence 10 metres long / 1.5 metres high in a day, with the weaving itself taking just a couple of hours.


Here are just some ideas. Please get in touch to discuss your project.

Creating raised beds or terracing

The self build system is extremely versatile and rot proof. Create intricate raised beds and planters or simply hold back soil to create terraces on a sloped site. Steel is the ideal material outlasting timber many times over.

free standing woven willow screens

Free standing screens to fit your space

Create an arc or sloped screens – or incorporate both to form a feature or encompass one.

woven willow fencing to add height

Add height to a wall

Increase your level of privacy. We can supply posts with base or side plates for wall mounting, please enquire.

woven steel fencing as a beautiful boundary fence

Simply a beautiful boundary fence

It is likely to catch on with your neighbours!

curved fences with woven willow

Form curved fences with ease

Don’t be restrained by the usual straight lines. A curved fence leads the eye around the garden and reduces the feeling of confinement.

angled woven steel fencing

Angles are easily achieved

We can supply corner posts, or like here, you can simply bend the steel yourself to any angle.


We can also supply the following.

  • Corner posts for 90 degree bends.
  • Additional end posts (if you have more than one separate fence section).
  • Posts with plates for wall fixing and as mentioned gates too.
  • We can also cut slats to length which is useful for those looking to create short sections, raised beds or screen panels for example.

While the self build fence is typically supplied in mild steel, we can also supply Corten and stainless steel.

For your interest when installing fences ourselves we use mild steel, all of the images on our woven steel fencing portfolio are mild steel with the exception of two. Some were taken before the steel had time to weather to brown which takes around nine months.  For more information on the difference between mild steel and Corten check out our little news piece Corten vs. mild steel.

Please enquire for a price on any of the options above.

Woven steel gates are supplied with all ironwork attached and posts ready for cementing into position.

Wall top brackets allow a fence to be built on top of a sturdy wall.
Side fixing brackets allow your fence to be fixed to either side of a wall.

A fence with side wall fixing plates provides a nice break between the wall and hedge above.


We supply woven steel gates in untreated steel to blend seamlessly with your new fence or, make your gate standout with a galvanised version.

All gates are made to order and come with posts, latches, hinges and fixings.

Woven Steel Gate

Bare Steel Woven Gate

Woven Steel Galvanised Gate

Galvanised Woven Gate


Prices are based on fences with a height of 1 metre or more, please enquire for fences under 5 square metres or less than 1 metre high.

Fence Area (Length X Height)To IncludeCost Per M Sq Ex VAT
First 5 to 10 m sq (please enquire if under 4 m sq)Posts cut to length, slats, instructions, fixings and tools£98.00
Next 10 to 20 m sqAs above£90.00
Over 30 m sqAs above£85.00
Over 50 m sqAs aboveFree delivery
Over 100 m sqAs abovePlease enquire

How to make it happen

Simply fill in the quote form, email us a sketch or just tell us the fence length and height with details of corners, angles and gates. During working hours you will usually receive your personalised quote in less than an hour!

Once the order has been placed we will ship the materials to you complete with a tool kit and instructions.

Our fencing FAQs page has more information or just call us on 01485 524251.


While our self-build fencing is very simple to install, if you are looking for some help, please see our installers page with a map of trades who have experience installing our products.
If there is no one in your area, please get in touch with us as we may know someone.