By using pressure treated timber in their construction our panels will have long life. They are 1.83cm wide and available in various heights.
Usually erected between wooden square section posts or concrete slotted posts, available here. By installing the panels on a gravel board you are putting a protective barrier between the ground and your fence. Our Gravel boards can be found here.
This type of fencing is very popular for garden use, it is relatively straight forward to put up and produces a barrier that is not only attractive but also ideal for providing plant support. Trellis panels can be erected on top of close boarded or waney lap panels. These are also available from us details here
You should always check planning rules, covenants etc. before putting up a new fence.
Create additional height with trellis. They can be added to the top of solid panels by using posts long enough to accommodate the height of both the fence and trellis panels and screwing both of them to the posts as normal. Trellis panels add a decorative top to solid fences while providing a more open and light increase in height.
As long as your wall is in good condition, installing the posts to the face of brick walls is possible.
The wall needs to be suitably sound and strong, and we would avoid fixing into the top course of bricks. We recommend that the post comes down the wall by at least 600mm (although with panels smaller than 600 high you can reduce this to 450mm).
Installation video here