Fence Panel 545 - Stepped Height, Larch, 18mm T and G, 4x2 Frame

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Fence Panel 545 - Stepped Height, Larch, 18mm T and G, 4x2 Frame
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The first two pictures show the standard panels. The other pictures show close up views of the tongued and grooved boards and the morticed and tenoned corner joints.


This stepped height decorative fence is 6' high (1.8m) at one end and 3' high (0.9m) at the other end, with an angled link panel between the two. The panels are 6'x6' and 6'x3' panels (1.8x1.8m and 1.8x1.5m) with beautiful and durable European Larch throughout and a decorative trellis top feature. Other features include a strong ex 4"x2" smooth planed outer frame with morticed and tenoned corner joints for extra strength. The boards are 18mm thick interlocking tongued and grooved with a smooth planed finish and around 4 times thicker than standard fencing slats. All timber is pressure treated, a lifetime preservative treatment which ensures greater durability. All timber is smooth planed which lasts longer than standard sawn finish timber. The minimum order is five panels and you can add as many extra panels as you need. You can also add a wide range of accessories including posts, post caps, post supports and panel fixing clips. Gates and gate ironmongery are also available.

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  • All timber used in the construction of this fencing panel originates from sustainable forests
  • Scandinavian redwood or whitewood
  • Strong ex 4"x2" outer frame (finished size 90x45mm after machining)
  • Smooth planed outer frame with rounded edges
  • Morticed and tenoned outer frame corners for greater strength
  • Smooth planed interlocking tongued and grooved boards
  • Ex 5" wide boards (finished size 18x120mm after machining)
  • Diamond trellis top feature with approximately 80x80mm diamond size
  • During manufacturing each end of the boards are slotted into a groove in the outer frame, which ensures greater panel strength
  • Stainless steel fixings
  • Smooth planed timber throughout, which lasts longer than standard sawn timber

SCANDINAVIAN REDWOOD OR WHITEWOOD: The most widely used timber in the UK for years, Scandinavian Redwood and Whitewood grow in the well managed forests of Scandinavia and the coldest parts of Northern Europe. The cold climate ensures slow growth. The growth rings are much closer together than faster growing trees from warmer climates. As a result the timber is heavy and durable with a close grain pattern. The wood is seasoned and kiln dried to achieve the correct moisture content before it is machined. Redwood and Whitewood are so similar in appearance and performance that it is difficult to tell the difference. Both are classified as slightly durable and treatment is required for outside use. The forests of Scandinavia and Northern Europe have been responsibly managed on a sustainable basis for centuries so Scandinavian Redwood or Whitewood is an enviromentally friendly choice.

PREMIUM QUALITY DESIGNER FENCING PANELS - THE BENEFITS: These premium quality high specification fence panels are designed not only to look good but also to last longer than any other fencing panels. Quality features include thicker framing, thicker tongued and grooved boards, stronger corner joints, more durable fixings and smooth planed timber. Standard fencing panels feature wafer thin timber, crude construction and rough sawn timber. Although most designer fencing panels are a little stronger and better made, none come close to the superb specification of these heavy duty panels.

These premium quality panels feature a massive 4"x2" (90x45mm) frame, with strong morticed and tenoned corners. Most fencing panels do not include a properly jointed outer frame at all, but it is an important way to hold the panels together in extreme conditions. The boards are 18mm thick and fully interlocking tongued and grooved. The fixings are all stainess steel. In addition, the boards and framing are planed timber which lasts longer. Sawn timber has a rough finish which absorbs much more water and takes longer to dry. Planed timber is smooth so water drains quicker and the wood dries quicker.

LARCH: European larch is an extremely slow growing tree which grows in the very coldest climates, extending further north than almost any other tree. It grows throughout Siberia, northern Russia, northern Europe and Scandinavia. The cold climate ensures slow growth and a dense grain. European larch (larix decidua) is the largest tree in the larch family and produces the best timber. Although it is a coniferous wood it is also deciduous as it sheds its needles. Larch is prized as a very attractive and durable timber. The grain is pronounced and the wood has a pinkish tinge. The heartwood is a darker colour and the sapwood is lighter. Larch is a heavy timber with a density of around 590 kilogrammes per cubic metre. It is durable and workable. The European larch grows to a height of between around 60 and 120 feet (20 to 40 metres) with a diameter of around 3 feet or 1 metre. European larch has a life expectancy of 15 to 25 years if untreated. European larch is about 50% harder than pine, more durable and more flexible.

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