Narrow Larch Slats
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Narrow Larch Slats
Our 44mm x 17mm profile is planed on all four sides and has eased corners. this gives a very modern and contemporary look to your garden fence, building, garden office or whatever else you may be using them for and the chamfered profile gives a stunning shadow line which allows rainwater to run off.
Siberian Larch coming from the cold climate of Russia where winters are long and summers pass in a blink of an eye means the timber is slow-growing, this gives a very dense and tight grain, something that is sought after in this type of product as it will take the odd bump of scuff without to much damage and having a high amount of resin is what gives Siberian larch its fantastic natural resistance to rot and decay and its long lifespan.
- High-quality Siberian Larch
- Available in 1.8m & 2.0m Lengths
- Premium finish with planed sides
- Kiln Dried
Please note: We recommend the use of stainless steel nails, screws or fixings as other metals such as galvanised can cause staining and unsightly marks. Longer lengths available upon request
Our narrow range of individual fence battens are perfect for creative types looking to create something totally unique within their home or property. The larch battens allow customers to build their own fence panels, gates and screens which are renowned for creating a fresh modern look. Our Narrow Larch Slats are available in different lengths and widths - We also have a wide batten available.
Should you have any questions regarding our wide fence and gate battens or wish to seek some advice on how best to approach your project, please contact one of our team today on 0161 764 5362 or 07884 184 842 where we can give you the best advice.
Our range of Siberian Larch slats are perfect for those clients who wish to create their own screening, fencing, planters, etc. The slats can be left as they are treated for outdoor use or should you wish to, you can stain them to a colour of your choice.
The slats are profiled to 44mm x 17mm and are planed smooth on all four sides, they have eased (slightly rounded) corners to give a premium finish to the timber, this will give a much higher quality look to any project over using say a rough sawn slat or roofing batten.
Wondering how many slats you need to order?
Well this would depend on the gap you want to use between them, with our slats being slightly wider than most on the market we have found that around 10-12mm works best, but this is just our opinion, this is your project so you decide what works best for you.
If you were looking to build a panel around 1.8m (6ft) high then you would need 32 slats, this is based on using a 12mm gap, we would also recommend a couple extra to run vertically on the rear, these keep the gaps between the slats even and consistent, so 34 slats in total. Want a smaller gap of say 6mm? then you’d want around 36, plus the 2 for the rear 38 in total.
As much as our timber is a quality product, it's a natural product, knots, small chips, marking or scuffing can be quite common, any making is easily rectified with a little light sanding and knots or small chips usually solved by turning the slat so you have a good face side.
But to avoid any delays in finishing your project, we suggest adding some extra slats to your order, if you order the exact amount and find you have a couple that has a knot you do not like, or one that has worked loose, or something similar, then this will only slow your project down and potentially cost more money in extra delivery costs and replacement product.
Remember nature grew the tree and it didn't check it with a spirit level while it was growing, allow for the odd quirk, bow or knot, order some additional just in case. We cannot guarantee that every slat will be perfect and therefore we cannot replace a slat because of something that is a natural occurrence.
Our narrow range of Siberian Larch Slats/Battens is a perfect option for customers looking to create a stylish, durable and modern feature within their property. The battens can be used to create a range of fence panels, benches, log bins and stores, furniture and more.