What we make
We make several different types of garden bridges, including Japanese and Chinese, flat, traditional country style and custom bridges. Since 1995, Bridges for Gardens has supplied over 4000 bridges to happy customers across the UK and beyond with trips to the Isle of Wight, the Orkneys, the Isle of Arran, the Republic of Ireland and sending bridges by container to France.
Our garden bridges have been sited over ponds, rivers, streams, ditches, gullies and flower beds and some leading from balconies or patio doors.
Who buys our bridges?
Our bridges have been supplied to golf courses, fishing lakes, borough councils, Millennium Committees, schools and hotels as well as customers with private gardens. In the course of our job, we have hauled garden bridges up and down cliffs, lifted them over fences and taken them through houses, even via windows!
Going beyond the call of duty
We have been regularly stung by wasps and bees, occasionally bitten by Jack Russells, Dobermans and Border Collies, once immersed by an over enthusiastic helper, and often burnt, soaked and frozen by the British elements. Yet, despite this, we still enjoy our job of making wooden bridges.
Delivery and installation
We personally deliver every bridge and complete the assembly on site. This service is included in the final price if within 100 miles of Bracknell, Berkshire.
Our wooden bridges are made from high-quality wood and are built to withstand the four seasons of the British weather. Unlike many other companies that sell bridges, all of our wooden bridges are sturdily built and are not just for ornamental purposes. Also, our bridges are specially designed to not require special foundations to give them extra strength.
Our stock garden bridge sizes range from 5’ (1.52m) to 16’9″ (5.1m) in length. We keep a large range of components in stock to reduce delivery times. Most designs can be made in a range of sizes up to our maximum length
All of the bridge beams, posts and boards are also pressure treated to protect them against the weather. Your garden bridge can then be stained with an environmentally-friendly preservative, painted, or left for you to finish yourself.