Close board fencing, also known as feather edge fencing, this style of pressure treated wooden fencing is an on location construction and can cater for flat and sloped land. It is made up of horizontal arris rails slotted into morticed vertical wood or concrete posts for a durable structure. Then featheredge boards are attached to the arris rails vertically nailed and overlap one another. The featheredge are tapered wooden boards with the thin edge on top, which creates a nice finished appearance, providing a solid and sturdy barrier. Close board fencing is commonly used for privacy and security in residential and commercial settings.
Constructed entirely from pressure treated timber, this includes timber gravel boards placed along the ground with timber featheredge boards vertically nailed onto the arris rails one by one, overlapping each other. The posts can be spaced out at differant measurements to cater for individual needs, a fence will be stronger the closer the post are but will increase the cost. We mostly recommend 2.4 meters apart to be the standard. With timber posts this type of fence is often used in rural areas and is known for its durability and strength.
This fence is constructed from pressure treated timber and concrete, Concrete gravel boards are placed along the ground. Morticed Concrete posts provide a strong and durable fence and can withstand harsh weather conditions. concrete is more commonly used in urban landscapes areas. They are also resistant to rot and insects.