Treated Pine Fencing
Treated pine fencing is available in a range of fence designs some are as butted, lapped and capped or good neighbour. These are just some of the common styles on the Hobart and Eastern Shore for timber fencing.
Common heights are five feet and six feet fencing are the common styles. View our timber fencing page here Timber Fencing. Get a quote for a pine fence today, contact us on 0422 085 599.
Treated pine fence palings. In general, has been around for years now and you can use it for all sorts of landscaping projects fencing decks pergola retaining walls. Furthermore, pickets and decking are another high scale use.
There are a few things you need to know to get the job done properly treated pine. Obviously, it is available in many shapes and sizes.
From large round logs a range of different size sleepers right down to garden edging and pegs. Clearly, with a heap of other products in between, it’s harvested from plantation timber. So is a renewable resource and is a cost-effective building material.
Using 3 horizontal rails fastened to the fence posts, We then nail palings to the rails depending on the style the customer requests. Paling comes in 1500 h and 1800 h the common height for side and back fences. When fencing Hobart or Tasmania is 6 ft. Using timber posts as 75 mm x 100 mm or 100 mm x 100 mm this is the standard fence post used.
Now like with any timber products you will find some stuff that’s faulty and you don’t want to use that and here’s a couple of examples. This one here but is splitting there if roll that overlooks at that nasty. And you definitely don’t want that in the job. Here’s another classic example of a faulty one big knot here that’s going to create a weak point. It’s probably come from a branch. Otherwise as opposed to the trunk of the tree and the trunks what you want because that’s the strongest so try and avoid any faulty stuff or if it gets delivered to send it back.