Cedar Fence Panels
Our range of Cedar Fence Panels provide customers with a stylish, durable and affordable addition to their property! The cedar fencing collection that we stock is of the highest quality which guarantees a long life span. We have a variety of fencing options to choose from within the cedar range such as our hit and miss panels, slatted cedar panels, solid cedar panels and much more.
The Western Red Cedar Fence Panels are available in a variety of sizes and can be tailored to fit pre-existing boundaries. Simply choose your desired height, length, number of panels and any stainless steel fixings you may require. It really is that simple!
Why choose Our Slatted Screen Cedar Fence Panels?
Western Red Cedar is one of the most stunning, durable and naturally resistant materials on the market today. The cedar panels stand up to the British weather, are insect resistant and provide a sound investment to all customers for years to come. Please note: We recommend only using Stainless Steel Fixings on the cedar panels so as to avoid any potential staining or reactions to the wood caused by other metals. All ready-made fence panel sizes are approximated. This can include width, height and gap size. Should you have any questions regarding our natural (not engineered) products please contact us directly 0161 764 5362.
Cedar Fencing FAQ’s
How do the cedar panels arrive?
All of the cedar fence panels will arrive in modular sections that are designed to slot on top of each other. This makes delivery and installation of the panels a quick and hassle-free affair.
Does the cedar fade over time?
Over time, if the cedar fence panels are not stained, fading will occur but not in a negative way. When cedar fades the wood turns into a stunning silver-grey. This weathered look is incredibly popular and actively sought after by designers and architects alike. For those wanting to keep the reddish, brown tones, simply stain to suit.
How Long Will a Cedar Fence Last?
Untreated cedar has a life span of anywhere from 20 to 30 years. If treated this can be up to 40 years plus.