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Blooma Mekong Picket fence (W)1.8 m (H)1m
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This palissade from Blooma is to be fixed to posts with brackets. Its durable Pine/spruce construction has been designed to keep it lasting for longer.
- Guarantee - 3 year
Features and benefits
- Pressure treated to protect against wood rot & fungal decay
- To be fixed to posts with brackets
Health and safety
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|Timber approval||FSC® approved|
Absolutely love this fencing
Teresa59 - 1 month ago
Completely uplifted our garden, it looked so pretty with this fencing
NRB - 3 months ago
Purchased last week from Newbury and found every panel was made out of square because they had used two different lengths of timber rails in each panel. Had to reject two panels when loading the trolley because the slats just fell off. Cheap but not worth the money.
Already mouldy with rain
Rach4 - 4 months ago
Looks pretty awful. Thought it was good to start, but it says it's been treated for rot and fungal. This doesn't work and after all the recent rain, I'm going to have to paint it black because it's turning black from mould. If I can find the receipt, I want my money back.
Made some cheap drive way gates
Jonsutu - 5 months ago
Good quality wood make cheap gates - can’t argue at x amount ( not allowed to say how much )per panel .
I’m no sorry expert or even an experience diyer but I’m am short on money so everything is done by myself - this was just the ticket to a cheap set of gates
bigmacq - 9 months ago
Bought 4 of these for a customer and although they do the job for which they are intended, I was very disappointed with the overall sizing with the support rails being as much as 20 mm difference between panels so that the overall effect was that the previous rail did not match the one being added and instead of a nice straight level line of rails they are up and down like a switch back .I find it a bit galling that an item presumably made on a jig could end up being so different it spoils the finished job