Made to measure fence panels
At Sawmill Timber we can offer a made to measure service on the majority of our fence panels. We understand that no garden or space is the same. Don’t let the fact you have an uneven boundary stop you from choosing the fence panel you like.
Our made to measure Sawn Fence Panel styles include Feather edge, Heavy Duty Vertical Lap, Pale and Rail and Single Lap. We also have a wide range of made to measure Deluxe Fence Panels. These panels are made using a smooth planed timber board to give a more deluxe look to your garden. Included in the deluxe range is a more Contemporary design of panel which can also be used as a privacy screen. The contemporary designs have proved to be very popular.
The majority of our fence panels are made on-site at our Sawmill. Because of this, there is no compromise on quality and our prices remain competitive. All garden fence panels are fully pressure treated which adds to the longevity of the product.
We can help advise you on a suitable fence panel for your requirements and we offer a full fence fitting service. Just call us to book your free survey.
If you don’t see the size of the fencing panel you require on our website then please give us a call with your specifications.
You can also order online for custom sized panels. You will need to order the closest full-size panel to your measurements so the panel can be cut down to size.
Please leave the required measurements in the order notes during the checkout process. Please ensure that the measurements you leave are correct as we will not be held responsible for any incorrect measurements given.
All our fence panels are on display at the Sawmill and there is always someone on hand to help you plan your project.
Garden fence panels can be fitted between either slotted concrete posts or timber posts.
Concrete posts are perhaps considered a more permanent fixture as they are longer lasting. Timber posts are possibly more aesthetically pleasing than concrete and blend with the fence. All our timber posts are pressure treated which helps protect against rot.
Please see our fencing guide for advice on how to fit your own fence panels if you should wish to do so.