Iroko Narrow Slat

Starting From £11.00 Inc. VAT

Starting From £11.00 Inc. VAT

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Iroko Wood Slat 44mm

  • High-quality hardwood.
  • 44mm x 17mm wide slat.
  • Available in 1.8m, 2.1m and 2.4m.
  • Premium finish with slightly rounded corners.
  • Stunning brown earthy tones.

To provide the best protection for your slats, we highly recommend Armourflex UV Protection Oil.
Please note: As much as our Iroko wood is high quality, we highly recommend clients add 5  10 % additional materials to your order for any wrong cuts

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Delivery estimated from £20 with a 3-5 working day lead time.

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High-Quality 44mm Iroko Slats

Our Iroko fence slats provide customers with a golden yellow to a darker brown, vibrant product ideal for use in any garden renovation project.

Iroko timber is incredibly durable and, as an African hardwood, can be used on many projects such as fence panels, gates, screens, furniture, and more, including internal projects.

These vibrant tones make this fence slats a favourite, with customers looking to create or enhance the modern tone of their property.

This 44mm slat measures 44mm x 17mm and is available in 1.8m, 2.1m and 2.4m lengths.

Please note: we strongly urge customers to use stainless steel fixings as this safeguards the timber against potential staining.

Should you have any questions regarding our Iroko fence slats, please get in touch with one of our team today on 0161 764 5362.

Highest Quality Iroko Wood

Originating from Africa, Iroko timber arrives on UK shores as a stunning alternative to popular timbers such as Larch, Cedar and Cambia.

The golden yellow, brown tones have seen a surge in popularity with architects, landscape designers, and influencers alike.

Iroko is a hardwood that is incredibly durable and can be used on various building projects.

The panels, gates, and furniture created can last 30 years plus.

If left to age naturally, these wide Iroko slats will fade to a silvery grey over 12-18 months.

Standard 44mm Slat

Our standard Iroko slats offer a premium finish that competes with our cedar alternatives.

The slats come with slightly rounded corners and natural resistance to negatives such as insect damage, bacteria and rotting.

Should you require any help or wish to speak with a team member, please do so on 0161 764 5362.

Iroko Slat Features

Highest Quality Iroko Wood

Iroko wood has an impressive lifespan, with products lasting 30 years plus especially if treated regularly.

Contemporary Design

Our 44mm Iroko fence slats will help create a modern feature in your home.

Narrow Slat

44mm narrow slats which are perfect for slatted fencing projects.

Natural Resistance

Iroko has a natural resistance to insect damage, bacteria and rotting.

Versatile

Iroko can be used on most projects, internally and externally, due to the hard-wearing quality of the timber.

Made in Britain

All products are built by hand at our premises in Bury, Greater Manchester.

44mm Iroko Slat Dimensions

Please view the technical dimensions of our 44mm slats.

Delivery Information

Here at Slatted Screen Fencing, we try to have your product ready to ship as soon as possible for the best price possible. We offer both delivery service and a collection from our warehouse service. Please see details of how delivery is priced for this product below;

Quanity Delivery Collection
1-15 Slats £20 Free
16-25 Slats £30 Free
26-50 Slats £45 Free
51-99 Slats £65 Free
100-450 Slats £130 Free
450+ Slats £160 Free

Please note: Collection is available only from our warehouse based in Bury, Greater Manchester.

Reviews

We believe that our timber fence slats are of the highest quality. See what our amazing customers have to say about our collection.

Excellent
11/03/2022

Excellent in all ways

Excellent in all ways. Good quality timber. Would definitely recommend this company without hesitation.

Wendy
06/02/2022

Excellent product and service levels
Great to deal with on the phone and even opened up out of hours for me to collect.

J M Woodall
22/04/2022

Fantastic!
Absolutely spot on couldn’t of received better service

Ben Cole

Compare our Iroko slats

See how our 44mm iroko options compare against other timbers within our collection.

Iroko

From £11.48 inc. VAT

Cedar

From £9 inc. VAT

Douglas Fir

From £7 inc. VAT

Rating
Durability High High High
Maintenance Low Low Low

FAQs

Below are some of the most popular questions that we get asked daily. Should you require any further info or have any other questions, please contact us directly.

Is Iroko easy to work with?

Being a hardwood, Iroko can be a little trickier to work with than our durable softwoods.

Hardwoods have a tendency to bow, and as much as we will always check the quality, with Iroko, you will get a small number of slats that bow; this is quite normal, and allowances for the correct fixing points must be made.

Allow additional vertical fixing points of around 400 – 500mm & always add 5-10% additional material to your order to allow for natural defects.

 

How do I store my slats?

Always lay your slats flat, do not stand, as this will cause your slats to bow and make fixing them a little more challenging.

If storing slats before installing, try and store them in a dry place such as a garage or shed. If this is not possible, we suggest laying them on timbers to keep them off the ground and covering them with a tarp.

If left wrapped in bundles and they get wet, then surface mould can grow; this is easily brushed off or sometimes may need light sanding.

Do I need to treat my slats?

Iroko is a hardwood that is incredibly durable and has a lifespan of around 25-30 years, longer if treated regularly.

Over time if left, your Iroko slats will weather to a silver-grey colour and, after several years, will give an almost driftwood colour.

If you wish to help protect your slats from this greying effect, use a quality UV protection oil. See our range on our accessories page.

UV oils help slow the ageing process and may require annual re-application to keep the wood looking its best.

Is Iroko low-maintenance?

Iroko wood is relatively low maintenance.

Like other premium timbers, the colouring of Iroko will transform into a stunning silvery grey if left to age naturally over 12-18 months. This is something that customers choose to allow.

Colouring and lifespan can be enhanced with wood care treatments.

Do you deliver?

Yes, our 2.25m lengths are available for delivery nationwide from £20. Should you have any questions regarding delivery please contact us directly.

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