Published at Monday, December 11th, 2017 - 05:35:52 AM. . By Ashlee Ashley.
When you fit fencing panels between slotted concrete fence posts, it moves the traditional fence panel to another level of reliability in garden fencing. When using slotted concrete posts they will last for many many years without deterioration, whereas timber fencing posts have a shorter life expectancy. Concrete fence posts have yet another benefit because the fence panels that fit between the concrete fence posts are not fixed with nails or screws to the fence post. This means that if the existing fence panel becomes damaged or the fence panels deteriorate over time, a replacement fence panel can be lowered into the space between the concrete fence posts without any specialist tools or knowledge. In theory with the concrete fence posts you therefore have a very long lasting lap panel fence.
Concrete gravel boards - If you choose to add this option, these sit beneath the fence panels and keep the garden fence panels from touching the ground and thus give the fence panel a longer life expectancy. The concrete gravel board is also useful if there is a change of ground level and if soil retention is required. These boards come in 2 sizes, 150mm and 300mm deep.
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