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Posted 12 April 2024

Forest Garden Dip Treated Closeboard Fence Panel - 6ft x 6ft - Free Click & Collect

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Reduced from £65. A further 10% off if you are a TradePro member.

The Dip Treated Closeboard Fence Panel from Forest Garden is a strong, sturdy and secure panel, perfect for privacy and security along garden boundaries. It features thick overlapping square cut 8mm boards, arranged vertically and mounted to a perimeter frame to make an attractive looking panel.

The durable 6ft panels are reinforced with two 45mm central batten on the back and are finished with a profiled panel cap. These heavy duty panels are dip treated to give a 10 year anti-rot guarantee, and have a golden brown finish.

Manufactured in the UK from FSC® certified timber.

Features & Benefits

  • Closeboard fence panels are perfect for boundary marking and are more robust than common waney-edge panels
  • Heavy duty closeboard construction, the strongest of UK made panels
  • Thick overlapping square cut 8mm boards, arranged vertically and mounted to a perimeter frame make an attractive looking panel
  • Rough sawn, timber finish
  • Dip treated
  • 10 year anti-rot guarantee
  • Manufactured from FSC® certified timber
  • Made in the UK
  • Imperial dimensions are approximate

  • Height: 1826 mm
  • Thickness: 47 mm
  • Width: 1828 mm
  • Size Imperial: 6 ft x 6 ft
  • Weight: 27.30 kg
  • Material: Timber
  • Colour: Golden brown
  • Treatment: Dip treated
  • Years Guaranteed: 10
  • Certifications Met: FSC®
  • Type: Closeboard panels
  • Brand Name: Forest Garden
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  1. Tedman's avatar
    That’s some good prices!
  2. NewForestMonkeyBrains's avatar
    I put in concrete posts with the recess each side,so you can slide a panel in. But, sick of the loud bangs my son used to make kicking a football at it, I used scaffold planks and similar, cut to around 6 feet and just dropped them in horizontally. Bomb proof and no storm touched them. A football only makes a dull thud now.
    When painted, the fence looks fine.
  3. ChrisBargainHunt's avatar
    I need a fence panel that is 5ft wide and 6ft high. Any suggestions?
    brett1985's avatar
    Use solar panels apparently.
  4. Rob1st's avatar
    cheaper from local fencing companies that supply the trade and everyone can go buy at
  5. ran123ran's avatar
    Need our fence replaced. 6 panels fell when posts snapped in high winds. Been quoted +£800 to replace them.
    Steve93's avatar
    Make sure you get either steel or concrete posts timber is not the same as ut used to be.
  6. 8ruce's avatar
    (there’s a few examples of people using solar panels for fencing now)
  7. RapidFire's avatar
    Absolute tat
  8. chapsuk's avatar
    Prob 25 to 35 at your local timber merchant and better quality
  9. pikachukopokemon's avatar
    Hi anyone can advise this deal or this from Selco would be better

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