Framed Waneyedge Fence Panel (6′ Wide x 4′ High)
Our 6ft x 4ft (1.83m x 1.22m) framed waneyedge panels are manufactured using 12 x 38mm x 16mm batons, 2 x 50mm x 19mm top & bottoms, 6′ x 5″ waney slats, a bevelled capping rail and are dipped in our water based treatment.
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Product DescriptionOur heavy duty framed waneyedge fence panels are the most common form of fencing in the UK. The popularity proves its excellent quality and long lasting strength. They are made up of 5mm x 6′ wide waney slats, 12 – 38mm x 16mm batons, a 6′ 50mm x 19mm top & bottom and is finished with a bevelled capping rail. They are finally dipped in a water-based treatment to ensure long lasting quality.
A framed waneyedge panel is usually one of the first choices for most British homes, mainly because of their sturdy construction and their stylish design. Featuring a frame that surrounds the panels, this is the kind of fence that should last throughout the years. Even if you add weight on top of the frame, it should not be brought down.
These waneyedge panels have a very traditional design that will compliment every garden. With their slightly slated panel construction, not only will they deliver the water to the ground properly – but they will also be aesthetically pleasing to look at.
These panels were made to withstand the test of time. Featuring a water-based treatment, the surface remains naturally-looking – but at the same time, it’s also protected from mould and UV rain. Since humidity won’t be able to get in that easily, the panel will retain its shape for a much longer time.
Featuring a sturdy frame that can be purchased at different heights, the entire construction is finished off with a bevelled capping rail. This will ensure that the fence stays in its place, even if strong winds threaten to break it down. All you need to do is install it properly.
The colour of the panels will easily to blend with other garden items. Plus, since the treatment that was given is water-based, you can paint the fence yourself without any issues. You do, however, have to make sure that the dye is as natural as possible since the chemicals can impact with the panel’s durability.