Palisade, or Picket fence as it is sometimes called, is very popular as front or back garden boundary fencing. Palisade is particularly useful where a solid fence is not needed or desired. Picket fencing can also be used to partition off parts of the garden, such as the veggie patch from children and pets. Matching gates and fittings are available.
All our Palisade fencing materials are pressure treated with preservative for longevity. To produce the traditional cottage style fence, once the timber has dried, it can be stained or painted. Paint should be water-based, microporous and of external quality. Dark colours should be avoided as they attract heat which may cause additional movement in the timber.
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*Ex is the size before the timber is planed, the finished size is approximately 5mm less.
As an aid, to help you cost your project, below are example prices for individual 3m bays of pointed top palisade.