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Yes. Anyone with DIY experience would be able to easily cut the panels down to the required size.
It depends on the type and size of the panels you are trying to place next to each other. The slats on the square panels may not line up if the panels are different sizes.
This isn’t applicable with the diagonal-slatted panels.
All trellis panels sold by Garden Trellis Direct have squares with an opening of approx 40mm (1½ inches).
The wood used for the framing on most panels is 30mm x 30mm (1 ? inch x 1 ? inch) with the exception of the 1800mm x 1800mm (70 7/8 inches x 70 7/8 inches) panels which have a 45mm x 45mm (1¾ inch x1¾ inch) frame.
The wood used as slats in our trellis panels is 20mm x 9mm (¾ inch x ? inch) with rounded corners. The prestige range uses slats measuring 32mm x 12mm.
Our standard range can. although our panels are listed as being 1800mm wide (70 7/8 inches), there is no reason why you can’t turn the panels to have, for example a panel that is 1800mm (70 7/8 inches) high x 1200mm (47 ¼ inches) wide. But, please do bear in mind that if you are going to mix the orientation the slats may not line up. Our prestige range has drainage holes in the frame so not compatible for turning.
The only difference is that you can see the staples on the reverse of the panels.
The wood used as slats in our slatted fence panels is 30mm x 14mm (¾ inch x ¹/8 inch) or 45mm x 14mm (1 ¾ x ¹/8 inch)
Although every effort is made to line up the slats from panel to panel, variation can occur due to natural timber movement.
Post caps are pieces of timber that are placed on the top of fence posts to finish the overall look and to protect the end grain of the posts.
Top capping is a continuous piece of timber to cover the posts and panels.
Post caps and top capping are optional extras, although we do recommend you use either top capping or post caps to protect the end grain of the posts
For your reference, 70mm x 70mm is equivalent to approx 2¾ inches x 2¾ inches. 90mm x 90mm is equivalent to approx 3 ½ inches x 3 ½inches.
It depends on how you are installing them. If they are going into the ground you will need to add a minimum of 600mm (approx 2 ft). If you are using them with the studding into the top of a wall you will need to go one increment bigger than the panel height. For example, a 900mm (35 ? inches) high panel will need a post of 1200mm (47 ¼ inches).
No – this is an online range only. All products and prices are listed on our website.
We do not have a showroom or any third party distributors. However, you are welcome to visit our warehouse by appointment. You can make an appointment by calling us on 01255 688361.
Unfortunately, these are not services that are available for online purchases at this time.
The Garden Trellis Company range of standard products are only available in the colours listed on our website (the palette shown with each product).
The paint system we use is an extremely durable, water-based, satin paint that resists peeling and flaking.
We are currently looking at having this option added to our online shop. Paint is available to order by calling The Garden Trellis Company on 01255 688361 and we’ll be happy to arrange an order of paint for you.
It can last up to 6 years, although this depends how exposed the products are to the elements.
Our rates are dependent on where in the UK mainland the order is being shipped to. For further details please see our delivery page.
We endeavour to hold stock of all items. However, during our peak season (March – September) we can experience high demand on certain sizes of panels. This can result in longer delivery times
We hand finish all our painted products to order in the paint colour of your choice from our colour palette. Painted products take longer to process than the natural items. We do still aim to deliver within 4 weeks
We are happy to leave your delivery in a safe place with your authorisation.
We aim to deliver all orders within 3 weeks of the order being placed. We will call you the week that your order is scheduled to be delivered so that you can make arrangements to be in or let us know of any specific delivery requests.
This will depend on where you live. Some orders we are able to deliver ourselves, so we can inform you of an approximate delivery time. However, many are delivered by a courier service who are unable to provide delivery times.