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Posted 18 April 2024

Wickes Feather Edge Fence Board - 100mm x 11mm x 1.8m - Pack of 10 - Free Click & Collect

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Reduced from £22 a pack.

These feather edge fence boards are suitable for constructing traditional board fencing. The timber has been pressure treated to ensure longevity and can be painted to your desired colour to match any exterior decor.

Features & Benefits

  • Combined with other fencing components you can create strong and attractive traditional board fencing
  • Offers a cost effective and flexible fencing solution
  • Can be used without replacing existing posts
  • Pressure treated to ensure durability and prevent rot
  • Cut ends should be sealed with appropriate wood preservative
  • A 25mm overlap when installing boards is recommended. Pack coverage with overlap is approximately 775mm width when installed vertically and 775mm of height when laid horizontally

  • Length: 1800 mm
  • Thickness: 11 mm
  • Width: 100 mm
  • Material: Timber
  • Colour: Brown
  • Finish: Natural
  • Treatment: Pressure treated
  • Pack Quantity: 10
  • Certifications Met: FSC® Certified
  • Type: Featheredge boards
  • Brand Name: Wickes
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  1. st2024's avatar
    Go to a timber merchant, they will be even less. I paid £1.40 a board last month.
    buckham_uk's avatar
    Correct. £1.70 a board is daylight robbery
  2. Ash9694's avatar
    100mm x 11mm poor, most merchants will be 125mm meaning less boards required and cheaper
  3. Wilzia's avatar
    Thank you for the input, that's really helpful.
  4. DJ8's avatar
    Local timber merchants cheaper where I am, £1.50 each for these and you can choose the ones you want, unlike bundled wood. Always some poor bits in bundles
  5. awesomegiles26's avatar
    Literally bought these 4 days ago, damn it will say they are very splintery as in large bits of wood splits on the majority. Overall the boards seem good though, just not the most slightly, can cut most bits off
    ROSEBEAVER's avatar
    Still good enough quality for a boundary fence would you say?
  6. Wilzia's avatar
    Can you use this for creating borders in the garden, stuck straight into the ground?
    awesomegiles26's avatar
    These are 'traingle' shape so one edge is very thin. I'd be concerned about how long the wood would actually last before it rots. If soil and water touch normal fences, they root at the bottom, and that's without them being in the ground.
    I assume something thicker would be best. And cover it in something protective to make it last longer
  7. maprel's avatar
    CW Berry Leyland supply cheaper price at £1.11. the quality looked questionable as they were damp. but once i fitted them, they dried out and look the part.
    gunther's avatar
    Also used CW Berrys about 4 years ago to make a fence, painted, and still going strong.
  8. rlszer's avatar
    Cheaper in Selco, if Trade.
  9. hedgemonkey9874's avatar
    My local timber yard sells these for £1 each.
  10. Matthew-Online's avatar
    I just bought 10 of these today for £12 from local builders merchant. That price is incredibly expensive.
  11. Yesgo's avatar
    Anyone tried these as horizontal slats with 10-20mm spacing? Wonder if this would look good
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