Fencing and Gates

At MET Concrete Supplies, we provide and help with the installation of wood and concrete fencing and gates in Essex.

Curve Top Driveway Gates

These gates are available in pre-made sizes or custom built to match your style and opening.

Feather Edge Fence Panels

Natural and rustic aesthetic. Feathered edges create a layered effect that sheds water well.

Gates and Fencing Accessories

Find everything you need to complete your fence project, from hinges and latches to gate openers.

TGV Driveway Gates

This strong and secure option features a classic framed design with wooden boards fitted together for a clean look.

Trellis Panels

Improve your garden with decorative trellis panels.

General Purpose Post

Tongue And Groove Gates

Matching your fence panels, these gates offer a strong look with a weatherproof design. The tongue and groove fitting keeps the boards secure.

Why choose MET Concrete Supplies for Fencing and Gate products

Wide Selection

MET Concrete Supplies offers a comprehensive selection of fencing and gate products.


Our fencing and gates are crafted from strong, weather-resistant materials.


We have a team of knowledgeable staff who can answer your questions and guide you towards the most suitable fencing and gate products.


Our combination of quality, selection, and good value makes MET Concrete Supplies your best choice fencing and gates.


Interested in our options for fencing and gates? Here's some more information:

This depends on several factors like your budget, privacy level, and aesthetic preferences. A member of our team will be happy to help you with that.

For simple fence projects with pre-made panels, installation might be manageable for a DIY enthusiast.

However, complex fence designs, uneven ground, or heavy materials might be best left to professional fence installers.

We have the expertise and tools to ensure a secure and long-lasting fence.

Wooden fences typically require staining or painting every few years to protect them from the weather and maintain their appearance. This frequency can vary depending on the paint quality and weather conditions.

Most likely, yes. Contact your local building department to inquire about permit requirements and any specific regulations in your area. They might have limitations on fence height, materials, or placement.