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Chestnut pales on kiln dried posts
Chestnut pales on kiln dried posts
Chestnut pale fencing 1.5m high approx 50mm spacing on chestnut posts
Chestnut pales on kiln dried posts
Chestnut pales on kiln dried posts
Chestnut pale fencing 1.5m high approx 50mm spacing on chestnut posts
Product number:  105

Chestnut Pale Fencing

Wired Chestnut pales.

 A long lasting and versatile wired fence with hardwood chestnut palings.
Can be paired with Chestnut posts for best durability but also available on machine rounded pressure treated posts.
The nature of Chestnut fencing means it can easily follow changes of direction and levels.

Why?
  • A natural product from the UK
  • A sustainable resource
  • Durable lasting up to 20 years
  • Maintenance freeChestnut pale fencing around a post.
  • Strong
  • Economical
  • Can be be taken down and re-used
  • Aesthetically pleasing
  • Dog proofing hedges

Where?
Ideally suited to rural gardens, coastal sites, woodlands or against hedging. It is a natural looking fence and blends well into its surroundings.
Chestnut following a hill.
The flexibility means it can be curved around any shape, making it ideal for fencing off a pond or following a hilly ground line both as shown here.

Our fencing is available in various heights from 760mm to 1.830m, with either approx.50mm or 75mm between the pales, either 2 or 3 lines of wire, and in rolls 5m or 10m in length.

Matching gates available.

How?

Cleft Chestnut Pale fencing is a traditional product, using the natural quality of a wood that has been grown in this country.
It is made from chestnut poles that are cleaved by hand into pales. The skilled use of the chestnut cleaver that splits with the grain gives the maximum strength and durability. The process of wiring the pales together into continuous lengths is then done mechanically.
Stakes which are made from Chestnut are at least 14 years old for maximum heart wood and tannin content so as to further increase their durability.