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Hit & Miss Fencing

A funny name, but accurately described, and a classy fence. Hit & Miss fencing is so called because the boards are fixed in turn with spacing in-between each board. Hit and Miss Fencing can be single or double boarded on each side of the fence. The Hit and Miss Fences provide a quirky fence design, with contemporary lines and a beautiful finish on both sides of the fence.

Double boarded Hit and Miss Fencing has alternative boards on the front and back of the fence. Often known as double paling fencing. They overlap to create a “hit and miss” pattern. With a hit and miss fence, both you are your neighbour have a good-looking side of the fence, and both sides of the hit and miss fence are the same.


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Well done guys! Excellent job!!! I really can’t praise you enough, and what a tidy job you did.

Mrs Astrie-Granger, Manor Stables, Oxfordshire

Really happy with the lovely fence you have created for us, and we’d like to thank you for your hard work.

Jimi Symon, Cleeve Hill, Cheltenham

Geoff has put numerous stock fences up for us and his work is always first class. We’d happily recommend Chariot Fencing to anyone looking for a professional fencer.

Mary Sturgen, Ditchend Farm, Herefordshire

Hit and Miss Fencing Advantages

  • Double boarded Fence – While this is a more expensive fence option it provides an added level of class to any fence design, making it great for country homes.
  • Double boarded Hit and Miss has equal beauty on both sides – good fences make good neighbours. It is often found that if the surrounding neighbourhood is well kept and elegant, most neighbours will conform. Encouraging beauty and style in your own fence will only inspire your neighbours, thus improving the whole neighbourhood.
  • A strong and robust fence built to last – While Hit and Miss fencing can be slightly more expensive than other styles of fencing, it is durable and built for longevity.
  • Fence post positions are flexible and not dictated by the construction design, giving more flexibility to the fence line around or near existing trees and plants.
  • Less obtrusive than traditional closeboard when single line – Making them a versatile option for agricultural and personal designs. Hit and Miss Fences are also less ‘foreboding’ than other styles of fencing, giving your home a more welcoming appearance.