Post and Rail Fencing (Treated softwood)

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There are many variations of post & rail, with different combinations of sawn & machined round pressure treated softwood timber. 

Below are the 2 most used Post & Rail styles.  If you require information or help with any other style, please contact the Sales office.

Sawn Post & Rail

  • Posts normally at 1.8m centres when using 3.6m (12') rails.
  • *Half Round Rails can be substituted if desired.
  • To order, get an itemised quote or for more information on Post & Rail, contact us online or phone sales on 01892 864646.
  • Trade & quantity discounts available.

Specifications & price

Description: Rail*
Length: 3.60m (12')
Depth: 88mm (3.5")
Width: 38mm (1.5")
Price: £5.26
Description: Rail or Gravel board
Length: 3.60m (12')
Depth: 150mm (6")
Width: 38mm (1.5")
Price: £8.96
Description: Post
Length: 2.10m (7')
Depth: 125mm (5")
Width: 75mm (3")
Price: £11.59
Description: Post
Length: 2.10m (7')
Depth: 150mm (6")
Width: 75mm (3")
Price: £13.90

Half Round Post & Rail

  • Posts normally at 1.8m centres when using 3.6m (12') rails.
  • **Sawn Rails can be substituted if desired.‚Äč
  • To order, get an itemised quote or for more information on Half round post & rail, contact us online or phone sales on 01892 864646.
  • Trade & quantity discounts available.

Specifications & price

Description: Machine Half Round Rail **
Length: 3.60m (12')
Diameter: 100mm (4")
Price: £5.95
Description: Machine Half Round Post UC4
Length: 1.80m (6')
Diameter: 110mm (4.5")
Price: £3.80
Description: Machine Half Round Post UC4
Length: 1.80m (6')
Diameter: 100mm (4")
Price: £3.52
Description: Machine Round Jump Pole UC4
Length: 3.60m (12')
Diameter: 100mm (4")
Price: £13.84
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