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Types of Timber Fencing

Cedar Fencing:

– Known for its natural resistance to decay and insects.

– Offers a rich, reddish-brown hue that weathers beautifully.

Pine Fencing:

– Affordable option with versatility in design.

– Requires proper treatment to enhance durability and prevent decay.

Redwood Fencing:

– Durable and naturally resistant to decay.

– Attractive colour variations, ranging from light pink to deep red.

Pressure-Treated Wood:

– Commonly pine or fir treated with preservatives for increased durability.

– Ideal for withstanding harsh weather conditions.

Hardwood Fencing:

– Offers exceptional strength and durability.

– Higher cost, but often chosen for its elegance and longevity.

Composite Wood Fencing:

– Blends wood fibres with recycled plastic for low maintenance.

– Resistant to rot, decay, and insects.

Bamboo Fencing:

– Renewable and eco-friendly option.

– Lightweight yet durable, suitable for various designs.

Split-Rail Fencing:

– Rustic design with horizontal rails inserted into vertical posts.

– Often used for decorative or agricultural purposes.

Picket Fencing:

– Classic design with evenly spaced vertical boards (pickets).

– Adds charm to gardens and complements traditional aesthetics.

Lattice Fencing:

– Incorporates a decorative lattice pattern for a more open feel.

– Ideal for climbing plants, creating a visually appealing barrier.

Choosing the right type of timber fencing depends on factors like budget, desired aesthetics, and maintenance preferences.


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