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Composite fence panel 300mm tall 1.8m (6 foot)

£16.50 Incl. VAT

Product Information

Composite fence boards

Gone are the days of painting your fence

These composite fence boards have been designed outlast a traditional timber fence panel.  You can expect these panels to give you 20 years of maintenance free usage. Compare that to a maximum of 10 years from a timber equivalent which ideally needs to be treated every year to stand any chance of lasting that long.

With 3 colours to choose from these panels will make an impact in any garden.

Walnut

Natural

These composite fence boards can be retro fitted into your existing slotted posts, concrete or timber and so are available in 1.8m (6ft) lengths to match your old fence panels. But for new fences you can space your posts at 2.4m (8ft) and use the 2.4m (8ft) panels. Requiring even less installation.

The 1.8m (6ft) panels measure 1829mm x 300mm.

The 2.4m (8ft) panels measure 2438mm x 300mm.

Lightweight and easy to cut to the required length make these panels an easy DIY project that can easily be fitted in a weekend.

Composite fence boards

Working out how many you need

This is fairly straight forward. The 300mm tall panels are made in a way that they can be stacked on top of each other to reach the required fence height.  So if you are replacing 6 foot tall panels you will need 6 composite fencing panels. For a 4 foot high fence you will need 4 composite fencing panels and so on.

This number is then simply multiplied by how many fence panels you are replacing. So to replace four 6 foot fence panels, you will require 24 composite fence panels.

 

Please note as we are replicating the characteristics of timber, products will vary in shade and grain effect. Some boards will have less grain and others will have grain effect, some products may also show the inner core material. All these effects are normal and part of the manufacturing process and in no way affect the longevity of composite fencing. Composite fencing will fade naturally, as does timber, and this in no way will affect the longevity of the product.