A fresh new look for Grange's Closeboard Panel

Published:  18 July, 2016

As a leading name in the garden fencing industry, Grange Fencing has a strong ethos for continuous development and product innovation. 

The company’s new Closeboard Panel is testament to this progressive philosophy and offers a refreshed take on a traditional fencing design.

A first to the market, the Closeboard Panel has been re-engineered with fine sawn timber for a smoother, superior finish and has been pressure treated, rather than dipped, for added protection against wood rot and decay. Featuring a time-honoured design, the new Panel has been manufactured using 10mm square edge boards and straight cut slats for a simple, clean finish.

Commenting on the new design, Head of Marketing Rob Giles said, “With the Closeboard Panel proving a popular choice amongst the fencing market, we were keen to provide a premium product that really stood out from the rest. The fine sawn finish provides an eye-catching, high quality look and feedback from retailers indicates that this cutting edge model has been very well received since its launch earlier in the year.”

Available in a choice of four heights- 90cm, 120cm, 150cm and 180cm- the Closeboard Panel can be used in conjunction with the matching Closeboard Gate for a seamless appearance. Both the Panel and Gate are available under the company’s convenient Home Delivery scheme and have been pressure treated Golden Brown for a stunning garden border.

For more information about this and other products visit www.grangefen.co.uk. Retailers interested in working with Grange should contact the company on 01952 588 088 or email sales@grangefen.co.uk.

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