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Fence Panels

Choose Our Fence Panels For a Fast Installation...

Fence panels are by far one of the easiest ways to erect a garden fence! AVS have a huge selection of quality fence panels for you to choose from, including the ever popular waney lap panels which use boards arranged in a horizontal pattern. We also have an impressive selection of feather edge fence panels, which are also known as closeboard and have the timber placed vertically, making them very strong indeed.

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Fence Panels For Any Garden Project

When considering panels the ground orientation is a factor, if flat then it is simple; but if sloping you will have to consider the length of posts required, as each panel should sit horizontally, therefore the posts will have to sit further out of the ground. Then the option of a gravel board should be considered to fill any gaps.

So if you're after a fast solution to your garden fencing needs, take a look through our huge selection of panels and give your garden or other outside space a brand new look in no time!

Get The Right Fence, For The Right Purpose

Are you an avid gardener? Then your planting scheme shouldn't be without a set of lattice or trellis panels to grow your most delicate climbing plants along. As standard we would consider a lattice to be a diamond formation and a trellis to be square. Quick and easy to put up, even for the beginner or DIY enthusiast, these fencing panels will provide you with the instant transformation you've been looking for. The standardised panels that we offer from AVS, mean they are also great for repairs should the worst happen during high winds or other incidents.

It may surprise you to know but it is actually quite easy to install timber fence panels if you have sloping ground, just as well as on level surfaces. You can use concrete or timber fence posts when putting up your new fence panels.

Concrete posts have vertical slots down the length of the post making it easy for you to slot the panels in and out. This means the panels can easily be replaced at a later date by simply sliding the damaged panel out of the posts and slotting another on in its place (presuming you have no large tree branches growing above them). Another benefit of using slotted concrete posts with panels is that no additional fixings are required, saving you money in the long run.

Here at AVS we want to make purchasing your fencing materials as easy as possible. This is why we have made various fence kits to make ordering simple. These include fence panel kits, which come with a posts and post mix – all the extra bits you need for a stress free panel purchase.

Guaranteed Long Lasting Fences

All of the fence panels we sell are treated in one of two ways; dip treated or pressure treated. Dip treated panels are immersed in a treatment solution which protects the outside layer of timber against rot and decay. The pressure treatment process involves the timber being put under intense pressure which forces the treatment further towards the core of the wood, offering greater protection for your panel.

Fence panels should be fitted 50mm off of the ground, so there is no chance of them sitting in water or damp conditions, but this could cause you problems if wishing to retain the top soil or stopping rubbish blowing under. To solve these issues, we would recommend fitting a gravel board underneath any fence panel. Gravel boards protect the bottom of the panel from ground dampness, helping to prevent rot.

You will find quite a mixture of panels including the Grange Elite continental range, as well as hazel and willow hurdles, which are of excellent quality. The AVS split bamboo screen or peeled reed screen provides an effective fencing alternative that is also very fast to install.

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