1.0 TERMS & CONDITIONS FOR 'SLIP IN' REPLACEMENT FENCE PANELS TO EXISTING CONCRETE FENCE POSTS
HAYMAC Installation Requirements and Exclusions:
1.1 - HAYMAC are only undertaking ‘slip in’ panels to the existing concrete slotted fence posts.
1.2 - Any electric cables or pipework fixed to either side of the existing fence must be removed prior to the new fence installation commencing. If there are any trellis panels or decorative items fixed to either side of the fence which you wish to keep, please make sure these are removed prior to the works commencing.
1.3 - Please clear both sides of the fence line of any standing items to allow 2ft/600mm of clear access along the fence line to be worked on.
1.4 - Please ensure you have your neighbour’s consent to replace or repair the existing boundary fencing as we will need to work on both sides of the boundary line to install your new fencing. Please download, review & complete the HAYMAC Access To Adjoining Property ‘Shared’ Boundary Permission Form.
1.5 - Please ensure the garden where HAYMAC staff are to work is clear of all pet excrement.
1.6 - It is your responsibility to ensure the fence posts are upright and in sound condition, existing gravel boards, if any, are level or the ground is level and flat and that there is at least the height above the fence as the diagram below to ‘slip in’ your new fence panels.
1.7 - Please measure the height of the fence panel you have requested to be installed to confirm the height of the fence panel we have quoted for installation prior to placing your order with HAYMAC Fencing. Please download & complete the Fence Panel Size Check Sheet and return to HAYMAC.
1.8 - Please measure between the fence posts to ensure you have an even 72” / 1.83m between the fence posts at the top and bottom of each fence bay to ensure your new fence panel will ‘slip in’ between the existing posts. If the measurements between the fence posts at these 2x locations are not the same, it is highly unlikely a new fence panel will be able to be ‘slipped in’ between the existing fence posts.
1.9 - Any fence panel that cannot be installed due to faulty fence posts, adverse ground conditions, over hanging buildings/gutters or vegetation and trees, will be set aside for installation at a later date, you will not receive a refund against the installation of this fence panel and will be charged for re-installing after the problem has been rectified. Any additional work we have to undertake to complete the fence panel ‘slip in’ installation will be priced for and agreed with you prior to carrying out the additional work.
1.10 - If you have a fence panel that is not a standard width of 72”/1.83m or a non-standard height (standard fence panel heights are - 3ft, 4ft, 5ft, 5ft6” or 6ft) please let us know as we will need to make a bespoke fence panel to fit the correct gap or height. Additional charges will apply for the manufacture of a non-standard size fence panel.
1.11 - Items that are not included, unless specifically identified to the contrary:
- Re-leveling, re-fitting or replacing of existing gravel boards.
- Excavating the ground level to flat.
- Re-setting existing fence posts to upright or replacing damaged fence posts.
- Cutting back overhanging branches or shrubs.
- Cutting back and clearing vegetation that breeches the fence line.
- Removing rubbish from the fence line.
- Moving standing items that are in the way of the fence line to give a minimum of 600mm (2ft) of working area.
- Removing guttering.
- Removing items that are fixed to the fence panels.