Pressure Treated Slatted Fence Panels
All Prices Include Vat.
Pressure Treated Fence Panels
Our pressure treated panels offer the same great modern and contemporary look as the other slatted screens within our range, but at a much lower cost.
The 600mm high panels can be made using our narrow or wide pressure treated slats.
44mm x 17mm slats - From £40.00
70mm x 17mm slats - From £45.00
The slats used to make the panels are planed on all four sides, have eased corners to produce a premium look (compared to a square finished corner), has the same 12mm gap between the slats and fixed from the rear to give a clean, fix free finish from the front end of the panel.
The panel is pressure treated to give full protection against rot so can be left to weather naturally or can be stained to brighten up your garden, courtyard or roof terrace.
Simple to handle and install and easily trimmed if required (just add an additional slat to your order for trimming)
Available in 1800mm & 2100mm widths - matching gates also available to complete the look
Please note: The panels can be stained if required although this is not a service that we offer.
The optional capping used is a 44mm slat fixed to the top of the panel for a decorative finish.
The panels (900mm in height upwards) will arrive in easy to handle modular sections allowing all customers to simply slot one panel on top of another to reach the desired height.
Slatted Screen Panels give a clean, modern look compared to the typical solid panels available from the large DIY chains, they are the perfect backdrop for planting (see our gallery pics of our screens in a gold medal winning garden at RHS Tatton last year) and rather than make a garden feel boxed in, they become part of the overall look. A fence plays an important part of your boundary, it divides your garden from your neighbours, offers you privacy and protection, but this does not mean it cant be stunning to look at.
ideal for adding additional height to low-level walls, covering existing brick and block work, or dividing areas of the garden.