Our fencing comes in a wide variety of styles, many of the differences are simply to give customers different options in terms of appearance, however there will be differences in where the strength of each panel is, which is worth bearing in mind when choosing your panels.

Waney Edge / Lap Fencing

The most common style of fencing, we have a wide selection of waney edge / lap fencing panels. The strength of these panels is provided by a combination of framing round the outside and batons across the back of the panel.

Palisade Fencing

Also known as picket fencing, the palisade style of fencing is very distinctive. Due to the style it is not possible to have framing round the outside of the panel, therefore the batons on the back of the panel provide all of the strength.

Closeboard / Hit and Miss

One of the most extensive ranges of fencing on offer, ranging from great value panels reliant on rear batons for strength in our pricewise range, up to fully framed and extremely sturdy panels in the professional range.

Feather Edge

Another range with a wide variety of panels, with pricewise panels featuring less framework and providing great value for money, while the professional range generally features thicker framework for a very solid panel.


Panels are provided either dip treated or pressure treated. For dip treated panels the treatment is designed to protect the panels during transit, however you must treat the panels yourself as soon as possible unless advised otherwise by the manufacturer. The panels should then be retreated as per the instructions on your chosen treatment, often this is annually.

For pressure treated panels you do not have to treat the panels again yourself as the pressure treatment is all of the protection your panels will need. However if you would like to change the colour of your panels, further treatment can be applied over the pressure treatment.

Pre-painted Fencing

Our pre-painted fencing panels are all pressure treated, meaning no further maintenance should be required by you. You might want to touch the paint up slightly in the future if the panel does not weather evenly.