3.66m Peeled & Treated Half Round Rail 100-125mm
|Colour||Green (Light Brown)|
|Post Type||Peeled & Treated|
This peeled and treated half round rail as great for using in a traditional post and rail fencing system.
It is easy to install as you just nails the rail to a post with 100mm galvanised steel nails. You can use two posts for each 3.66m length of post and rail fencing.
This timber has been pressure treated for protection against rot, meaning your rail will last for years. The peeling of the bark means the rail tapers along its length with a natural looking finish. If you're looking for a more uniform width we recommend you choose the machine round rails instead.
Certain postcodes will require a £90 minimum order value and will incur a £15 delivery charge. Other postcodes that are further away from our branches will require a £130 minimum order value and will incur a £24 delivery charge.
Our standard delivery service for many items is 4-7 working days. However, this can vary due to stock levels and seasonal demand, especially during adverse weather conditions. Please get in touch with our team if you have any questions.
We usually deliver your goods to the kerb side or a driveway entrance. The delivery vehicles are heavy lorries that can damage private driveways by cracking paving slabs or light weight drain covers etc.
In certain circumstances, it might be possible to drive onto your private property to get the goods closer – however this would only occur if the driver assesses it is safe to do so and the landowner/tenant signs a disclaimer accepting responsibility for any potential damage that might occur.
Please contact us if you would like to discuss arranging delivery on a chosen day or add your requirements to the comments section during checkout.
AVS currently deliver to a large percentage of South East England, directly from our branches. Counties covered include Sussex, Surrey, Hampshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire, London and parts of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Essex and Kent.