Fence panels at B&Q £3
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Fence panels at B&Q £3

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LocalFound 21st Apr
1800 x 1800 fence panels at B&Q, reduced to clear at £3 each. Absolute bargain for a premium 6 foot panel.
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Premium?!
These can also be used as veneer.
For £3 what do you expect, gold fence panels???
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Which store was that at?
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sparklehedgehog4 m ago

Premium?!


Premium kindling
Edited by: "jsw72" 21st Apr
The are terrible to burn.
Which store?
These can also be used as veneer.
getdave4722 m ago

Which store was that at?


Middlesbrough
darecy17 m ago

The are terrible to burn.


Probably toxic as well if treated!
1800mm aint 6 foot, as my next door neighbours found out when they tried to replace their 6 foot panels fitted in concrete posts, with B&Q ones last year.

Sure, you can just nail some sawn up bits of wood on the sides like my neigbour did when he discovered they won't stay put in the slots, although it would be a good idea to use treated wood and make sure they don't slop around. Mind you they didn't even bother to straighten up the posts.
Edited by: "melted" 21st Apr
They ok for one year maybe and if treated you must not burn and will have to maybe pay to recycle even
For £3 what do you expect, gold fence panels???
Badbear17 m ago

For £3 what do you expect, gold fence panels???


For £3 they are a bargain, but describing them as "premium" is far fetched!

Probably a good idea to spent some of the money you save on concrete posts, so you can slot in new panels when these need replacing...
Edited by: "melted" 21st Apr
Wasn't sure about this one, think I'm on the fence.
Wow try look dreadful. Ok for £3 I guess
Why have they woven them like that, looks terrible. Reckon they aren't correct which why they're cheap
alexjameshaines7 h, 11 m ago

Probably toxic as well if treated!



I wouldn't worry too much. Just don't eat them.
Some of these comments are offensive.
A lot of negative comments on here. Think I'm just going to sit on the fence with this one.
Maybe tell the council, then they can buy some to fit into social housing.
kevf114 h, 42 m ago

They ok for one year maybe and if treated you must not burn and will have …They ok for one year maybe and if treated you must not burn and will have to maybe pay to recycle even


Erm, no. Burn them or black Wheely bin.

Never, ever, pay a council extra to "dispose" of anything.
Roger_Irrelevant9 m ago

Erm, no. Burn them or black Wheely bin.Never, ever, pay a council extra to …Erm, no. Burn them or black Wheely bin.Never, ever, pay a council extra to "dispose" of anything.


Illegal to burn treated timber toxic fumes ???
royals10 h, 6 m ago

Why have they woven them like that, looks terrible. Reckon they aren't …Why have they woven them like that, looks terrible. Reckon they aren't correct which why they're cheap


Ah! So that's what makes them "premium" panels.


It would be more labour intensive to weave them than to make a modern simulated weave panel by tacking the slats on alternate sides with a nail gun. These would look better with more vertical slats though.

If they are done right, woven panels are stiffer than the nailed ones and the slats can spring a bit, so won't pull apart when a plant grows between the slats. Just replaced our woven fence, it was ~45 years old , although we've now got close board panels @ £27 each!
Edited by: "melted" 22nd Apr
Not in all stores! I'm in reading now
Not in Belfast, Hollywood Exchange store - shame, good price.
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