With the weather set to worsen at any point have you made sure your garden is secure and will be able to withstand the high winds? Or maybe you have woken up to damaged fence panels already. If so don’t let this put you off garden fencing as this blog posts details two types of fence panels that are designed to protect your garden but also withstand the wind and adverse weather conditions as well. No longer will you have to replace fence panels each year.
The two fence panels that we recommend include hit and miss and pressure treated panels. There is also the possibility of purchasing hit and miss pressure treated fence panels which will offer you add reliability and durability.
So why buy hit and miss garden fence panels?
Hit and miss fence panels are designed in such a way that the wind has small gaps to escape through the fence. Do not let this give you the false impression that wind will still blow directly in to your garden as the power of the wind is reduced by the fencing panels. The design though does prevent the fence panel taking the whole force of the wind which reduces the chances of the fence panels being blown down. This means that you can still protect your garden from strong winds and the items that you have but also be confident that your fence panels will last you many years to come.
Do I need pressure treated?
First of all what does pressure treated mean? Pressure treatment is where fence panels have been soaked rather than painted with a coat of protective treatment. This then increases the fence panels reliability and durability as the whole panel is strengthened rather than just the outside of the panel.
This then has a positive effect during adverse weather conditions as the fence panels are stronger and can withstand more pressure and strong winds therefore the likelihood of your fence panels being damaged is reduced.
So if you are fed up of cheap fence panels being blown down make sure you spend some time looking at the two options detailed above. It is also possible to add trellis to the top of pressure treated hit and miss fence panels and create an attractive décor that will add appeal and attraction to your garden year round.