If you are a homeowner looking for fencing panels in Wigan why not buy direct from the manufacturer where the tradesmen buy? You are welcome at Rospal and our staff will help you choose the best fence panels for your do-it-yourself project. Look around our site and you will see samples of the products available to everyone. We like to toot our own horn and show you how different our fence panels are from those you buy from home improvement stores. Our panels are made from hardwood sourced right here in the UK from managed renewable forests. Look at the thickness and feel the weight of our panel boards. Compare it to one from the home improvement store and you will see for yourself why theirs sell so cheap.
Look at the hardware that holds their fence panel together. Those in Wigan looking for fencing panels should also look at how they are assembled. We bet you can loosen the nail if you wiggle the attached boards a few times. The nail is probably so thin and short it will fall right out. You may even see finishing nails used on cheap fence panels so they don’t show as much on the front panel. They are not strong enough to hold the boards together for long out in the elements. You will see rust spots where the nail used to be. None of that is going on at Rospal. We know how to construct fencing panels with heavy duty galvanised spiral nails that won’t show. That’s because our builders are skilled wood craftsmen.
When you go looking for fencing panels in Wigan to install on your property, consider the work involved and decide how often you want to repeat the process. Contact Rospal and tell us your property dimensions directly to the manufacturer of your fence panels. We will set you up with everything you need to install a beautiful timber fence that will last twenty years. Count the cost accurately. You are buying heavy duty fencing panels and building accessories that will last up to twenty years or more and you are buying the materials wholesale. Buy ten panels or more and receive a discount. If you are still in the house after twenty years, you might need to spruce the fence up but likely it won’t need total replacement. Sounds like a bargain to us.