Limited stocks on 2018 Challenger Sheds. Please phone 01483 808004 (Woking branch) for prices and availability.
Not all items are stocked at all branches and customers are advised to check with their local branch for availability. Challenge Fencing reserves the right to change product specification without notice or to withdraw stock at its discretion.
Lucas Green Road,
Branch Manager - Geoff Bourne
Telephone: 01483 808004
Fax: 01483 799548
Please note that the sales counter closes 15 minutes earlier than the times shown below to allow your order to be processed and collected from the yard.
|Weekdays:||7.30am - 5.00pm|
|Saturdays:||8.00am - 1.00pm|
|Good Friday:||9.00am - 4.00pm|
|Easter Saturday:||8.00am - 4.00pm|
|Sunday & Bank Holiday Mondays:||Closed|
This is a list of local Fencing Contractors/Installers we have known for some time and who operate throughout the Surrey area. Please feel free to visit their website if available or contact them using the information below.
Advanced Fencing - Contact Adrian Heydon. Telephone: 01252 519463 & 07791104637.
B K Fencing and Landscapes - Contact Bill Kelleher. Telephone: 02083973295.
Garden Ties - Contact Andy Cloutt. Telephone: 01483 768099.
JD Fencing - Contact John. Telephone: 07966539686.
Please note that these contractors operate independently of Challenge Fencing Ltd and as such we take no responsibility for their work. If in doubt, you are always advised to check out contractors yourself by seeking suitable references.
The Challenge Fencing - Woking Branch provides a prompt and reliable delivery service to outlying areas through the Thames Valley including Slough, Windsor, Maidenhead, Ascot, Sunningdale, Bracknell, Camberley, Basingstoke, Bagshot, Fleet, Horsell, Knaphill, Egham, Wokingham, Farnborough, Aldershot, Chobham, Staines, Ashford, Worplesdon, Sunbury, Richmond, Guildford and Woking.
Customers are advised that when visiting your local Challenge Fencing branch there are areas of the branch where for Health & Safety reasons we operate a ‘No Children’ policy. This is to manage the risk of injury from supplier/delivery vehicles entering and leaving the branch, and the large quantities of stock within the yard which could be potentially hazardous to young children.