supply and fit 9 fence posts and gravel boards 16th apr 15 at 3:50 am awaiting a quote so will update you as soon as i hear back, i worked out about £300 for materials without fence panels so the first quote at £1000 seemed a lot for 2 guys for a day with only £300 of materials glad you like it
where the bottom of the wooden panel fence is ground level, a gravel board should be fitted below the panel. the gravel board is normally of a hard timber such as oak to withstand the damp rising from the soil. if the gravel boards do rot, they can be replaced without having to dismantle the complete panel fence.
high-quality fence posts; gravel boards; so, yes, you definitely need a gravel board. here we have the unbeatable combination from left to right of a forest pressure treated featheredge fence panel, a lightweight concrete fence post and a lightweight concrete gravel board.
gravel board . where the bottom of the fence is to ground level, a gravel board should be fitted below the fence planks. the gravel board is normally of a hard timber such as oak to withstand the damp rising from the ground. if the gravel boards do rot, they can be replaced without having to dismantle the complete fence.
garden fencing problem. discussion in 'other trades talk' started by wakeywakey, aug 12, 2015. if you are gonna stain the fence, stain the gravel boards too. i have concrete spurs on the posts of my fence. stained the same as the fence, they get restained when the fence does.
gravel board or gap needed i've recently had 21m of a 6ft fence installed in the back garden. they have used pressure treated timber and the timbers are touching the garden floor in most placed and have a gap of just under an inch in others.
if you are responsible for a boundary fencing and replace it with concrete post and gravel boards which side do you show to the neighbour the rough or smooth? the smooth side of the fence and gravel board should be facing the neighbours as courtesy to them.
timber gravel boards installation for fence panels. timber gravel boards for fence panels are installed using cleats. cleats are a small block of wood measuring approximately 150mm x 50x25mm. the cleat is first nailed to the post at the required depth from the face of the post. this is usually about 22mm to allow the gravel board to be flush
eco classic gravel boards are light and strong and can be used in several different ways, either with your existing concrete posts or along side timber panels and eco posts. shaped tops are available to give a professional finish. available in width's of 1.829m 6' and 2.438m 8' and come in a standard height of 300mm 12' .
hi all, i have a question about building a fence on level ground using concrete posts, concrete gravel boards and wooden panels. the choice of materials reflects my concern for the longevity of the fence, and i'm wondering whether the gravel boards should be sunk into the ground or not the ground is level .
a fence panel isn't complete without a sturdy gravel board. they protect the panel from moisture rising from the soil and will help retain aggregates stay in the garden. you cannot forget about them when putting up a fence. gravel boards why bother? you can erect a fence without gravel boards.
gravel boards run along the ground, and provide a relatively discreet water barrier to give extra life to your wooden fencing. our two pin, push-in cleats are right-angled galvanised metal fixtures that are used to bolt these low-level concrete panels to the fence posts .
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