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How to Choose Your Fence Panels

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If you are looking for tips on how to choose your fence panels in Derby, then this is the right article for you. You will learn about different kinds of garden fencing panels so that you make an informed decision about the one to choose.

All these panels will give your fence the boundary definition, noise reduction and security functionalities you are looking for. They are well- designed and stylish enough to beautify your landscape. They also combine fashion with function for faster and easier fence constructions. Read on to find out more:

1. Waney Edge Fence Panels

Also referred to as overlap panels, the Waney edge panels are the perfect choice for budget garden fences. They are made by expert fence fitters using renewable timber. They are also tanalised for durability with that lovely natural finish that will mellow and age well with time. The panels can last for up to 15 years free of maintenance. If you prefer, you can get your Waney edge fence panels stained to your specifications.

2. Feather Edge Panels

These panels are perfect for creating sturdy and long lasting fences for your garden, front yard or back yard. They provide extra strength making them appropriate in family gardens where you play ball games frequently.

You can also get the panels with double sides. This gives your neighbor and you a good- looking panel with superior security and strength. The timber can be tanalised for increased durability.

3. Trellis Panels

Trellis garden fencing panels are an effective and quick way to decorate a garden. Fixed panels create screens and dividers in the outdoor space while adding interest to your fence.

Hand finished and handmade classic pens come in different varieties of timber species, styles and sizes. You can leave them to weather naturally, paint or stain the finish. Whatever your choice, they will be appreciated and admired for a long time.

Additionally, trellis panels are an attractive and versatile method to add and define new dimensions to existing outdoor spaces and gardens. They will screen unsightly views and provide safety around such water features as swimming pools. They also act as wind breaks and provide more security and privacy.

4. Picket Fencing

Spaced picket fencing is ideal for defining bounding, keeping pets or children in and achieving that distinct aesthetic appeal. Since they are generally short, they do not block surrounding views completely.

This low- level garden fencing is associated with middle class life in the suburbs because of the functional and decorative capabilities. It can also be used for marking boundaries in front gardens or sectioning off certain sections outside such as the children’s playing area, pond, pool or patio.

5. Hit and Miss

These garden fences are so called because the boards or pales are fixed alternatively on the back and front of the panel in turn. They overlap and create that unique hit and miss pattern. Both side look the same so your neighbor also gets a good- looking view.

Hit and miss panels can be used with slotted jakposts. They also allow wind to pass through. Where possible, consider getting timber that is planed all- round for a better looking finish.

6. Closeboard Fencing

These wooden fencing panels are formed using vertical feather- edge board, each of which overlaps partially and is fixed on different rear supporting wooden rails. Since they are robust compared to common Waney panels, they are used to screen boundaries.

To protect against rot, the timber can be dip treated and fitted with a cap at the top. These fences provide excellent security, durability and strength at an affordable price.

7. Fancy Panels

Fancy panels stand out from the rest of the crowd. They include any type of fencing that is altered according to your specifications. Fancy panels can also be made more environmentally sustainable using continental products. This means you only buy fancy panels from sustainable and well- managed resources regulated through forestry control.

8. Bespoke Fencing

These include beautiful solid garden fencing panels are hand- made to bespoke sizes. They are available in different attractive timber species or finishing in a variety of colors either with stain or with paint. You can use bespoke fencing as is or add decorative trellis tops for a solid looking frame. The advantage with this kind of garden fencing is that you do not need to seen run off finish with odd- sized panels.

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