Palisade fencing, also known as picket fencing is an attractive and traditional type of fencing, used when an unobtrusive fencing solution is required. The standard height of Palisade fences are 900mm, 1050mm and 1200mm, although up to 1500mm is available. There are 3 types of palisade tops available; pointed top (often called 2-way top), round top and square top. Palisade fencing, once erected, can be painted or stained any colour to suit; a common applied finish is the white painted palisade fence. A steel palisade version is also available for commercial fencing solutions.
Picket fencing can be used to mark the boundary of your property and help keep children and pets safe and contained. It can also be used within the borders of a property to enclose any dangerous areas (pools, ponds etc) or protect vulnerable flower beds or trees. The versatility of wooden picket fencing allows for varied design styles which are influenced by the surroundings. It could be rustic or traditional with decorative tops, patterns, curves and arches which can add to the fences design. We can create any style or design, even match a design from an old photograph. We could also advise on a suitable picket fence and gate for your property.Picket fencing is usually between 900mm and 1200mm in height and of wooden construction. It is normally left in the appearance it comes in, but it can be treated with wood stain or painted to increase durability and enhance the visual appeal of the finished fence.Timber palisade, also known as ‘Hit and Miss’ fencing, can also be used in commercial situations as an alternative to site hoarding.SJ Fencing can supply and install a wide range of picket and palisade fencing, along with also providing wooden pedestrian gates to complement the fence.
Lakers Garden Service undertake all types of fencing and gate work in and around East Sussex and West Sussex and can install the perfect fencing for you. Our work is competitively priced and we provide a free quotation service. Please get in touch with us via the link below, or by calling us on 01444 702705 or 07581449167.