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Gates in Sweet Chestnut by Mark Harman Gates

Mark Harman makes bespoke Garden Gates and Structures to the client's individual specifications and requirements. Each and every commission is handcrafted using hand tools in the traditional way. Made from locally sourced Sweet Chestnut using pegged, mortise and tenon joints endeavouring to restrict the use of any other materials other than wood in their construction.

Coppiced sweet chestnut is a woodland product readily available in South East England, and provides an environmentally sound and responsibly sourced material that offers many advantageous qualities over some of the less ecologically grown and harvested timbers usually associated with the construction of wooden garden products.One of the main advantages of using sweet chestnut is its high content of tannic acid, much like oak, which gives the timber a particularly high resistance against rot, and makes this
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