A strong fully pressure treated hand-made premium double sided fence panel that is fully framed. We only use British spruce feather edge, cut from the centre of the core to assure the best quality fence panels you can buy. All of our wood comes from a sustainable source. All the fixings are 304 stainless steel this prevents the black drip you get from galvanised nails. These are best used with concrete posts and gravel boards. These fence panels are seriously strong and very heavy duty. For more information give us a call on 01322 787312.
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A double sided close board fence panel is a heavy duty fence panel that looks the same from both sides.
You will not need to treat your fence panels bought from G&G as they are fully pressure treated but if you want to keep them looking fresh we recommend Barrentine Timber Protector to repel water, protect against UV damage and mould. The Barrentine Timber Protector offers good surface protection due to its wax content, but it's really only suitable for use on pre-treated timber.
Our double sided fence panels come fully pressure treated in natural (green) or brown.
Yes it can! Painting treated fencing wood will not only help you achieve your ideal aesthetic but also gives the wood an additional layer of protection, which is always good.
Most treated timber is still “wet” from the treatment and needs time for the chemicals in the wood to settle and dry. You will notice, the wood is heavy and will still feel damp to the touch. If primer or paint is added to it at this point, there is every likelihood that it will be rejected by the water-based chemicals that are still working their way through the wood.
It is important to allow the timber to dry out fully before attempting to add paint or primer. This can be a lengthy process and may even take up to a few weeks depending on where the wood is stored. If there is too much heat and direct sunlight, this can cause the treated timber to warp instead of dry out. Damp conditions can also prolong the drying-out period.
Yes! Our double sided fence panels are the strongest on the market.
Yes! We have a warehouse and showroom in Northfleet In Kent.
Northfleet Industrial Estate