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One Garden Sale e.g 3 X Mercia Super Lap Pressure Treated Panels 6ft x 6ft - £77.97 Delivered @ One Garden

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Each panel is £25.99 but by buying a minimum of 3 you'll get free delivery as opposed to paying £15. 10 Year Anti-rot is reassuring.

Overlap panel fencing is the UK's favourite type of wooden fence panel and is often considered the default choice for garden fencing.

These 6ft high enhanced fence panels are 6ft wide and are formed from upgraded sawn square edge boards, instead of traditional rustic waney edge, all secured to a battened timber frame. The horizontally-set square edge cladding offers a more robust and contemporary feel. Each panel is sturdily assembled and framed to the outer edge on both sides, has intermediate vertical battens and an integral slim capping to the top.

Supplied pre-treated to a superior vacuum pressure treatment process. This panel naturally offers a greater lifespan than a common, basic dip-treated version, due to the penetrative effect of the preservative process. Conveniently delivered direct from the factory, these panels are supplied ready for DIY installation. Fixings are not included.

Note: A minimum order applies to this fencing. Your basket must contain at least 3 of these panels to proceed. This enables us to maintain our free delivery offer pricing (to most locations).
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    if the pressure treatment is done right and the cut edges treated it should last years without further treatment.
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    Does anybody own these panels are they made properly or are they similar to the cheaper B&Q windbreakers.
    These panels are 7mm thicker compared to Wickes and 3mm to B&Q. Theses look loads better quality too.Just my opinion though.
    Homebase & B&Q fence image below.

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    With concrete and gavel boards. Is it a job a slightly component DIYer can undertake? How deep in do the concrete.posts need to be cemented into the ground? And how high can a fence be? 6ft? TIA
    {t's quite simple. These videos should held.

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    Seems like a really good offer, anyone had these and advise on quality?
    They've got a good reputation.

    At Mercia Garden Products, we have been championing the Great British shed for over 140 years. In this time we have learned a thing or two about designing, manufacturing and delivering high quality timber garden products.

    We understand that a garden building is not just functional but will also become a central feature to your garden. So much so, today, we manufacture and deliver over 100,000 wooden buildings every single year.

    Our pride, passion and craftsmanship has elevated us to be one of the industry's leading, largest and longest running manufacturers creating perfect garden buildings, for every garden and budget.
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    I'd assume the 10 year warranty is based on you retreating these every year. Can't see them lasting that long without it.
    I had a new fence installed 8 years ago, never treated the panels. Problem with treating them you need to do both sides, which isn't always easy or possible
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    Its a good price with the free delivery, paid more than this last year bpught 8 panels to replace some 15year old ones, 20 others are still good, they were from Taffs, which is in Shropshire, so maybe some are treated better.
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    can you use concreate posts and gavel boards with these fence panels?
    Yes you can.
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    Coming up as £59.99 delivery for me?
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    There is a distance surcharge for, postcodes ZONE 1 (BT,CF,DD,DG,DT6-8,EH,EX,FK,G,KA,KY,LD,LL,ML,PA1-19,PH1-20,PL,SA,SY,TA,TD,TQ,TR) = £59.99
    And I'm out.
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    Mine is free delivery. RG41. But they want a 27 February delivery. Thats like 5 weeks away.
    It does say the lead times for them when you click - some are 30+ weeks