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Fence Panels

Lap and closeboard panels for use with timber or concrete posts. Dip treated to help preserve the wood for a lasting finish.

 

Using fence panels is by far one of the easiest ways to erect a garden fence. AVS have a huge selection of quality garden fence materials online and in store for you to choose from, including the ever popular waney lap fencing panels which use boards arranged in a horizontal pattern.

All of the garden fencing 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.

Browse through our range of garden fence panels online or visit your local AVS branch for all your fencing needs. If guidance is what you need, this article aims to help you decide what style of fencing boards you need. 

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Fence Panels

Lap and closeboard panels for use with timber or concrete posts. Dip treated to help preserve the wood for a lasting finish.

 

Using fence panels is by far one of the easiest ways to erect a garden fence. AVS have a huge selection of quality garden fence materials online and in store for you to choose from, including the ever popular waney lap fencing panels which use boards arranged in a horizontal pattern.

All of the garden fencing 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.

Browse through our range of garden fence panels online or visit your local AVS branch for all your fencing needs. If guidance is what you need, this article aims to help you decide what style of fencing boards you need.