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    Walnut Pvc Composite Fencing Panel 2438mm x 300mm

    £23.50 Inc. VAT

    Unique Composite Pvc Fencing Panels that slots into existing concrete fencing posts- Quick and easy to install.

     

    Pvc Composite fencing is part of the maintenance free system. They can be used in a variety of ways with existing timber panels or with existing concrete posts or as a direct replacement for your timber fencing panels, creating a maintenance free panels. The boards are simply stacked up to the required height.

    You can use your existing concrete posts or you can use our Pvc composite posts you can add a shaped top to your panel for a professional finish. With three colour choices available, these are the ideal alternative to old rotten wooden fencing panels. With two sizes available 1.825mm x 300mm 6ft) x 1ft 2.438mm x 300mm 8ft x 1ft Approx

     

    79 in stock

    SKU: ECOFPAN8WAL Category: Tag:

    Description

    Pvc Composite Fencing Brochure

     

     

    • Colours Walnut  (Flat colour not grained).
    • Sizes Panels : 2438mm wide by 300mm height (six panels would be 1800mm height). 
    • Sizes Posts :1.8m, (2.4m, and 2.7m the 2.4 and 2.7 include steel reinforcing).
    • Please note the steel reinforcing on the 2.4 & 2.7m stops short by 350mm from the top.
    • Easy to install and a great  DIY project.
    • Slots into existing concrete posts.
    • Lightweight.
    • Will not rot.
    • Can sit flush to the ground or on a concrete base panel.
    • Durable.
    • Panels only can be purchased separately.
    • We do not sell accessories without the fence panels.
    • Superspike and Bolt down are a snug fit.

     

    Due to the nature of the product ( PVC COMPOSITE ) the colour will change from when you take delivery to a time period of three to five weeks depending on weather conditions the panels will go lighter until stabilization occurs in there natural environment.