Palisade 3m Bay Prices – Pointed Top Palisade using 100mm(4″) x 100mm(4″) 4 way weathered posts

Palisade 3m Bay Prices – Pointed Top Palisade using 100mm(4″) x 100mm(4″) 4 way weathered posts

£17.76£136.87 inc. VAT

  • Example prices for each 3m bay of pointed top palisade.
  • Palisades at approx 70mm spacings. (Hit one-miss one)
  • Posts are usually mortised to meet a customer order.

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Here are some example prices for individual 3m bays of Pointed top palisade/picket fencing.
The Palisades are spaced at approx 70mm spacings. (Hit one-miss one)
The 3m Palisade fence bay price includes the palisades/pickets, arris rails, and one 100mm x 100mm mortised post with a pyramid top to match the palisades.

You will need an end post to finish off your fence. The end post price is shown separately. If the fence run ends with a wall or an existing unmortised post, then a wall plate or a post plate can be used.

Because of a large number of possible mortising variations, Our workshop team usually mortise palisade posts to suit the customer’s specific order.

We can supply the appropriate quantity of Nails and Post mix separately, but these are NOT included in the bay prices quoted.

Palisade, or Picket fence as it is sometimes called, is very popular as front or back garden boundary fencing. A palisade fence is beneficial where a solid barrier is not needed or desired.  Picket fencing can also partition 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 preservatives for longevity. We recommend that our pressure-treated fencing be given a coat of UV wood oil when new. Then reoiled every year. This oiling will help to reduce the natural weathering effects and keep your fence looking good for longer. See our sheet on Looking after pressure-treated fencing for more options.

To produce the traditional cottage-style fence, the fence can be treated with a coloured, water-based fence treatment instead of oiling. Ideally, the fence should be left for several months for the pressure treatment to dry out entirely before retreating. It is best to avoid dark colours as they attract heat which may cause additional movement in the timber.

Do you need help or need a bit more information about Palisade Fencing? Check out our Materials and Information Helpsheet or Characteristics of Timber page.

*Ex is the size before the timber is planed. The finished size is approximately 5mm less.


Additional information

Post Length

2.7m (9'2"), 2.4m (8'), 2.1m (6'10"), 1.8m (5'10"), 1.5m (4'11")

Fence Height

1.8m (6'), 1.65m (5'6"), 1.5m (5'), 1.2m (4'), 1.05m(3'6"), 1.0m (3'3"), 0.9m (3'), 0.75m (2'6"), 1.35m (4'6")


3m Bay, End Post

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