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Blooma Pressure treated Timber Feather edge board (L)1.8m (W)100mm (T)11mm, Pack of 10
Build a continuous run of beautiful natural looking fencing from feather edge boards
- A recommended overlap of 25 mm is suggested when installing.
- Guarantee - 10 years
Features and benefits
- Made from responsibly sourced, Forest Friendly timber
- Featheredge fencing has the flexibility to be used on sloping gardens.
- The individual boards can be replaced.
- Sustainable materials from FSC certified sources.
Health and safety
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Prone to warping.....be aware !
DiY Ged - 6 months ago
I used this feather edge to build a fence panel. Within 2 weeks a couple of slats had warped so bad I can put my hand in the gap.
Reflects the price and does a job
John401 - 7 months ago
Fencing looks okay now but can’t help feeling this will last 2 years max . Pretty low quality in comparison to some other fencing I’ve had done in the past. However, it’s
suitable for a short term fix.
Amazing to fill in privacy gaps in my fence
Ano6889 - 8 months ago
Does the job! just the right width to fill in the gaps in my fence. No more privacy concerns with neighbours. The fence parcels are more or less the same thickness, 100% buy again!
Just the job
MacLeod79 - 9 months ago
Bought to fill gaps in my back fence just the job panels not all same thickness but looks the part would buy again
Snapped and broke where there were knots too easy
Steph777 - 1 year ago
I bought this product and we are returning them they are flimsy and broke just taking them out of their packs.