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Abbey Decking Systems & Fencing Services are a local Derbyshire Business 

We have been  approved by Derbyshire County Council as a "Trusted Trader".

The companies mission statement is "The Enhancement of  Outdoor Living"



We offer a range of services which include Landscaping. 

Click on the categories on the left to see more information about what we can do for you as well as many before and after pictures which may give you some ideas in respect of your own outside space.

The list is not all encompassing and we have the flexibility and the skills to address other work and projects.  It costs nothing to ask and  you will receive a fast, efficient and friendly response as long as the project is viable.

As we are generally inundated within the local area we do prefer to work  locally within the Derby area.



Quotes - Valid for 7 days - Once a customer has agreed/committed to a project starting the price will not increase even if materials cost more when the project commences. 

The cost of the project will be the price stated in the formal quote for the proposed work and will only change if the customer makes changes or additions to the project.



Click the link below which will take you to the Derbyshire County Council website - see what our customers say!    

CLICK HERE  - This will open in a new window  


To view a short presentation on Decking   click here  - This will open in a new window

To view a short presentation on Fencing & Gates click here  - This will open in a new  window

To view a short presentation on Landscaping  click here - This will open in a new window

To view a short presentation on Bespoke projects  click here - This will open in a new window



Vita of Chellaston asked us to make her garden maintenance free. 

We dug out the garden and jack hammered out the old path,  removed the shed and enlarged the concrete base.  The area was then slabbed and a small raised bed installed. 

Before/in progress and after:

Mr West of Allestree asked us to erect a gazebo, integrating it into the frame of the new deck.  


Mr & Mrs Stone of Oakwood asked us to install a new deck at the bottom of their garden. 

There was considerable work to do as the area had to be dug out and the concrete base jackhammered out.  This filled a 10-ton skip.

The deck was set on two levels with a pergola built into the structure using 6 x 6 posts.   

Rope with brass hooks was used as an additional feature.


Mr Wilkins of Allestree asked us to give his garden a makeover.  He wanted a level, no maintenance garden as well as new fencing at the rear of the garden.


Mr Ware of Chaddesden asked us to replace a boundary fence as well as create a raised border.


Mr & Mrs Watson of Mickleover asked us to install a sleeper wall as the existing timber retaining posts were rotten.


Derek of Worksworth asked us to replace a rotten deck outside his summer house. 


Mr Brocklehurst of Mackworth asked us to make-over his back garden.



Mr Needham of Little Eaton asked us to build a safe platform/walk way for his elderly mother.  Anti-slip tape was used in the areas where there was a slight slope as well as the addition of balustrade all around the area.  The area itself was not large but there was a great deal of work involved to design and construct the bespoke project.  Gates were also constructed on site.

Dan of Hilton asked us to replace his existing post and rail fence, install double gates (for a bin storage area) and also build him a small deck.  There was a considerable amount of work to do, as the area where the deck was located needed digging out to ensure that there was an air gap/good circulation under the deck.  This prevents the timbers from rotting.


Mr Robson of Allestree asked us to build him a bespoke deck with metal balustrade which followed the contours of his garden.  A matching bespoke gate was also to constructed with the integrated railings:

Mr Francis of Duffield asked us to build him a corner deck and a large pergola.  Huge 6 x 6 posts were used to support the structure:

Mrs Maunder of Darley Abbey asked us to fit double ranch gates to secure the front drive.

Before and after:

Mr De Waal of Breadsall asked us to install a new fence and gate in their front driveway as well as a curved post and rail fence in their rear garden.  We also levelled and installed two-tonnes of stone on the drive.

 Mrs Simone of Littleover asked us to replace her old fence, gate and make her/fit some bespoke fan trellis which was made on site.  She did not want to use concrete as she preferred heavy-duty pressure treated posts and panels.

Mrs Parker of Mickleover had a large part of her garden landscaped - see the landscaping tab for more pictures.

Mr Yates of Allestree asked us to landscape his whole garden. 
He had a 33 square metres patio installed as well as a raised planter made from railway sleepers.
Walls were repaired and various coverings were put on top of weed preventing membrane.                                                                                                                                                                    

Mr Pemberton of Darley Abbey had dome-top fencing all around his garden as well as a new gate and side panel:


Mr Pemberton then went on to have the capping removed form his wall and membrane/20 mm gravel laid.  A wasted (weed problem area) behind the shed had a concrete edging installed to retain the soil before being covered with membrane/gravel.                                                                                                               


Mesh fencing & gates fitted in a range of colours:

Allestree Scouts/Portway School in Allestree had a 2 metre high V-Mesh security fence and gate installed:



Mrs Allen of Derby asked us to install a patio, fencing, garden structure and double gates.

Mr Hagan of Belper asked us to build him a frame which he was going to attach a plastic roof to at a later date.

6 x 6 posts were used as well as 8 x 2 timbers at the wall and facia to support the joists.


Mr Cope asked us to build him a new deck off the first floor of his house in Belper:


Mr & Mrs Wheat of Aston on Trent had this raised deck installed with rope and chrome fittings:

Mr Singh had his garden  fencing replaced with concrete posts, gravel boards and  dome-top panels.   He also asked us to install a new raised border to define the area.


Below - Mr Nix of Allestree asked us to install a privacy screen next to his decked area and a BBQ shelter on a new raised deck.

Mr George asked us to build him a structure within the grounds of his restaurant in Findern, which will be used for parties and weddings.

Mr and Mrs Hudson of Heatherton Village, Littleover had a new closeboard fence,gate and pergola.

This large decked area made the customers outside space more effective.  They preferred the rope effect with brass hooks and eyes to a traditional wooden balustrade.

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