Pressure Treated Hit and Miss Panels
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Pressure Treated Hit & Miss Fence Panels
Our pressure treated double-sided hit and miss fence panel is the perfect option for lovers of contemporary design. The layered slatted effect provides a modern aesthetic yet keeps an improved level of privacy.
The panels are built using the same 44mm wide cedar slats, using the same 12mm gap in between, but on the rear, slats are placed where the corresponding gap is on the front of the panel. This hit and miss effect creates a panel with improved privacy. Your neighbours and passers-by will not be able to see through the panels.
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.
Our pressure treated hit and miss fence panel (double sided) has been designed for those who enjoy the contemporary design of the slatted screen panels yet want to create an increased level of privacy.
Like all panels in the pressure treated range, our hit & miss panels are built using the same 44mm wide cedar slats, using the same 12mm gap in between. On the rear side of the panel, the slats are placed where the corresponding gap is on the front side of the panel.
Your neighbours and passers-by will not be able to see through the panels.
Both sides of the panel showcase a contemporary aesthetic. The fixings are of course visible on the rear but are discreet. If you check out the close-ups of both the front and back and you can see for yourself.
As with any of the slatted screen panels in our portfolio, our double-sided (hit and miss fence panel) come in modular sections, making them easy to install. Simply stack one panel on top of the other and you are good to go.
The overall thickness of the panel is approx 51mm and various heights can be gained by simply stacking panels one on top of the other.
You can see from the pictures that it is impossible to see where the sections join to gain the height.
The panels in the pictures are our pressure treated pine, but this double-sided effect can be done in all three of our timbers, including the stunning Western red cedar.