Wooden panel fencing is the most popular type used for boundaries/dividing properties. They come normally come in two styles, either overlap style, or closeboard style. It’s fairly easy to erect and often is the cheapest fence to install, though like all outdoor wooden structures, it’ll require some maintenance over the years.

Versatility & Benefits

Lattice fence panels are perfect for creating an informal yet attractive garden boundary or dividing different areas of your garden. They are ideal for supporting your favourite climbing plants.

Our slatted fence panels are perfect for use as an informal garden boundary or for screening off a section of your garden.

Garden or decorative fencing can be an attractive addition to your garden, creating a beautiful backdrop to your borders or around your entertainment areas.

With their sleek lines and decorative design, our contemporary fence panels are perfect for adding modern style to your garden or outdoor space.

Closeboard panels and feather edge panels are all traditional fencing panels that have been tried and tested over the years as reliable, robust fencing for gardens and other outdoor spaces.

Picket fencing, or palisade fencing, is a charming and popular choice for creating a less formal boundary for your garden.

Gravel boards provide a protective barrier between the bottom of your fence panels and the ground. With no direct contact with damp or wet earth, your fence panels can avoid moisture damage.


Wooden panel fencing is a simply constructed of posts and panels. The panels usually come at a standard size 1830mm x 1830mm (6ftx6ft) but can also come at other standard heights and widths. Panels can also be cut to suit. Posts that can be used are either 100x100mm (4×4″) section or 75mmx75mm (3×3″) and concreted into the ground at a depth of approx 600mm. Can also be used on slotted concrete posts.

It is recommended but not essential to fit a gravel board at ground level between the posts. This serves to keep the fence panel from making contact with the ground, which will extend the life expectancy of the panel (10 years). You can also increase the life span of your panel fencing by erecting the fence using concrete posts and concrete gravel boards. Due to the long life expectancy of these products future costs of replacing the timber components will be considerably lower, because only the panels will need replacing.


Standard overlap panels are normally dip treated only. Closeboard style panels can either come as tanalised or dip treated only.