16ft | Black Painted Feather Edge Board | 175mm x 22mm | 4.8m |
Feather Edge are the most heavily used type of Fence Panels, and our high-quality and pressure treated sawn timber boards will provide the perfect fencing for your project.
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Black Painted Feather Edge Boards | 175mm x 22mm x 4.8m
Feather Edge are the most heavily used type of Fence Panels, and our high-quality and pressure treated sawn timber boards will provide the perfect fencing for your project. The pressure treatment applied to these panels protects them from environmental stressors and insect attacks, providing maximum durability. The boards are then finished with black paint to create a sleek and modern alternative to standard brown fence panels. The boards are designed to overlap and be battened down together, eliminating the issue of gaps in your fencing, ensuring ultimate privacy and security from your fencing.
Our Black Painted Feather Edge Boards are available in a variety of lengths and can be custom cut to suit your needs:
Feather Edge Boards
4.8 meter (16ft)
What is the width of feather edge?
George CharlesFeather edge comes in a variety of widths, such as 125mm, 150mm and 200mm.
Is feather edge the same as closeboard?
George CharlesYes, feather edge and closeboard are the same thing.
How do I stop my feather edge from warping?
George CharlesTo stop warping you can install back rails on the fence, no more than 8 inches from the top and bottom.
Is feather edge strong?
George CharlesYes, it is very durable.
How do I calculate how much feather edge I need?
George CharlesTo work out how much feather edge you will need you can divide the total length of the fence by the width of the feather edge, minus the overlap.
Can you screw feather edge boards?
George CharlesYes, you can screw feather edge boards.
Is feather edge ok to use for a shed?
George CharlesYes, it is a cost-effective way of achieving a durable and good looking shed.
What is feather edge?
George CharlesFeather edge is a type of fencing that is made using thick wood slats.
How much do you overlap feather edge?
George CharlesThe overlap for the feather edge should be very consistent. For boards that are 150mm wide you should have an overlap of 40mm but for boards that are wider than 150mm, a 50mm overlap is recommended.