Save time and money with our new Brown Timber Closeboard Panel Kit with Timber Post – try our one-click buying option to get the fence panelling you need.
With a height of 1.65m (5’4") these kits are ideal to add privacy to your outdoor space and the beautiful, high quality finish pre-treated timber is dip treated in a dark brown wood preserver, meaning it's protected against the elements and looks good from the moment it's built.
Closeboard panels are vertically-running fence panels that run the height of the panel and are fully framed for longevity, security and privacy. What's more, our panel kits have all you need to put up a new fence panel AND are cheaper than buying the products separately. Want this product with concrete posts instead? We've got that too.
The only tools you'll need are a screwdriver, tape measure, bucket, spirit level, post-hole digger (or spade) and hammer.
This kit contains a brown timber closeboard panel, a brown timber post, one bag of Post Mix Concrete, a brown gravel board, two cleats and six galvanised panel-fixing clips to attach them.
Our high-quality Brown Timber Closeboard Panel Kit with Timber Post contains:
1 x Closeboard Brown Panel (1.83m wide, 1.65m height)
1 x Brown Post 100x100mm in UC4 kiln-dried in Redwood (2.4m high)
1 x Post Mix Bag Concrete (approx 20kg)
1 x Brown Gravel Board (150x25mm)
2 x 150mm Cleats (50x25mm)
6 x 46mm Fence Clips (46mm)
Our experts say...
• If you share the fencing or boundary with a neighbours, be sure to run your plans to put up a new fence past them before you start.
• It's easier to get someone to help you when replacing a fence.
Our heavy-duty UC4 fence posts are made from rough-sawn timber that's been pressure-treated to ensure it's longer-lasting, even when in the ground.
All the direct ground contact wood we supply is UC4 rated (unless stated otherwise).
What does UC4 mean?
This means the wood is kiln-dried to remove as much moisture as possible and then flushed with treatment that penetrates right down to the core and the sapwood around it to extend its life expectancy when it goes into the ground. This treatment can sometimes leave a slightly green tinge on the wood (that may be mistaken for mould), this is completely normal and will disappear over time. Because of this extensive treatment, this wood can last up to 15 years with minimum treatment.