Pressure Treated Hit and Miss Fence Panel

Starting From £90.00 Inc. VAT

Starting From £90.00 Inc. VAT

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Tanalised Hit & Miss Fence Panels

  • 44mm x 17mm slats With 12mm Gap
  • Double-Sided Panels for Privacy
  • Bespoke Options Available
  • Matching Gate on Request

To provide the best protection for your panels, we highly recommend Armourflex UV Protection Oil.

Please note: The panels (900mm in height upwards) will arrive in modular sections. This will allow each unit to sit on the other until the desired size is met, making installation easy.

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Delivery estimated from £90 with approximately 7-10 working days lead time.

Pressure Treated Hit and Miss Fence Panel

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High-Quality Tanalised Timber

Our pressure-treated hit & miss panels give customers a stylish, durable and affordable fencing option, ideal for use on any renovation project that requires an increased level of privacy.

These double-sided panels feature our 44mm planed Pressure-treated slats with eased edges ensuring all customers receive a modern high-end product.

The pressure-treated timber used to make these panels are a cost-effective alternative to premium timbers within our collection, such as Cedar, Douglas Fir and Iroko.

The panels come in many sizes as standard, with bespoke options available upon request. Please get in touch with our team directly to discuss customised options.


Pressure-Treated Benefits

The tanalised hit and miss panels have many benefits that can help increase longevity and safeguard against negatives such as the weather, insect damage, rotting and bacteria.

The benefits associated with tanalised timber are due to the pressure treatment process, a system that maximises the durability of the wood.

The timber is placed inside a vacuum cylinder where the air is sucked out of the wood. Once dry, the timber is flooded with protective preservatives to fill the voids left by the extracted air.
Once dry, the wood is given a top coat too for additional protection.

The treatment process ensures that all panels, gates, and furniture can last 10 to 15 years and longer if treated regularly.

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

Double Sided Fence Panel Features

Tanalised Timber

Tanalised timber can last between 10 to 15 years, especially if treated regularly.

Contemporary Design

Our tanalised fence panels will help create a modern feature in your home.

Bespoke Options Available

Our panels can be sized to suit exact specifications.

Impressive Resistance

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

Sustainably Sourced

We only source our pressure-treated timbers from forests with the FSC certification.

Made in Britain

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

Panel Dimensions

We believe that tanalised panels can work well in any design setting. See what our amazing customers have to say about our collection.

Panel is supplied in 1 modular section.

Please note, all panel heights are approximate and are determined by finishing to a full slat.

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
1-9 Panels (up to 2000mm Wide) £90 Free
10+ Panels (up to 2000mm Wide) £130 Free
1-3 Panels (2100mm Wide) £90 Free
4+ Panels (2100mm Wide) £130 Free

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


We believe that tanalised panels can work well in any design setting. See what our amazing customers have to say about our collection.


Spot On

Absolutely spot on couldn’t of received better service

Ben Cole

Excellent in all ways

Excellent in all ways. Delivered next day! Good quality timber. Would definitely recommend this company without hesitation.


Thank you so much!

Thank you so much for your kind assistance right through the process. We are exceptionally pleased.

Tim Day

Compare Timber Fence Panels

We have a range of slatted panels available. See how our hit and miss panel options compare against other pressure-treated panels within our collection.

Hit & Miss

From £110 inc. VAT

Our pressure treated fence panels are the most affordable panels within our collection.


From £50 inc. VAT

Wide Board

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Please find some of the most commonly asked questions.

Do you deliver?

Yes, we offer nationwide delivery on all fence panels within our range.

How long do pressure-treated hit & miss fence panels last?

Pressure-treated fence panels will last between 10 to 15 years, thanks to the pressure treatment process. Customers can expect a longer lifespan if the timber receives regular treatment.

Can pressure-treated fence panels be painted or stained?

Yes, tanalised timbers can be painted and stained, although we advise waiting for 2 to 3 months as this gives the timber enough time to dry out and expel any moisture.

Do you need to seal the cut ends of a pressure-treated slat?

We strongly recommend treating cut ends with a timber preserver. Products like our Timber End Cut Preserver ensures long-lasting end grain protection against rot, fungi and blue stain.

Do you offer a bespoke service?

Yes, all panels, gates and furniture can be tailored to suit your renovation project. All custom work is subject to a discussion with a team member. Please get in touch with us directly for more information.

Bespoke Fence Panels

Our bespoke service covers you if you need a fence panel in a specific size that we dont sell as standard. We can customise fence panels in various options, perfect for any requirement.

Latest Projects

See how our customers have chosen to make use of their timber products. For more options and ideas, please view our inspiration section here.

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