Feather Edge Fence Panel Arched

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Arched feather edge fence panels, ideal for slotted posts. Handmade with pressure treated timber and stainless steel nails, 6' wide, available in 4' to 6' high. Please note that the panel dimensions refer to the overall dimensions. The height of the panel refers to the top of the arch, it is then a 6" drop to the shoulder.

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£ 27.00 Inclusive of VAT

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Sometimes referred to as close board fence panels, these strong feather edge fence panels are the perfect solution for maintaining your privacy, providing security, and enhancing the look of your garden as they define the boundaries of your property. Our standard, arched, and premium quality fully-framed feather edge fence panels are handmade using pressure treated timber and stainless steel nails. This gives them a guaranteed lifespan of 10-15 years with minimum maintenance(depending on usage), and a safeguard against the unsightly discolouration and streaking from lower-grade nails. Our feather edge fences are available in two colours: tanalised (natural) which is recommended if you prefer a lighter colour or plan to paint your panels; or tanatone (brown) which gives a darker, stained look.

These arched feather edge fence panels are built to fit precisely into all standard slotted posts. The standard and premium feather edge fence panels are available in a range of heights from 3' to 6', the arched feather edge fence panels from 4' to 6'. We can supply 3"x3" and 4"x4" timber posts up to 10', and recommend purchasing posts that will allow 2' to go into the ground. These should be fixed using postmix or metal post spikes. Double-sided panels can be made to order, and a fully braced and ledged pressure treated matching gate is also available.

All panels are sold in 6' widths, but we can cut these back for you if needed. To discuss bespoke requirements or any other queries please call 01299 250420 or email us on info@worcestertimberproducts.co.uk


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