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About Timber Fencing

Timber fencing products are reliable, robust and offer an excellent natural look, making them great for both trade professionals and DIY enthusiasts. For decades, Harlow Bros has been a trusted provider of high-quality timber fencing.

The timber fencing stocked at Harlow undergoes a rigorous treatment process to ensure that when you choose our fencing supplies, you're investing in a product that withstands insect infestation and harsh elements.

Our team of experts is here to provide personalised support and guidance, ensuring that you find the right timber fencing for your project, whether you're a seasoned contractor or are passionate about DIY around your home.


Our Selection Of Timber Fencing

Whether you're in search of a prefabricated fence panel or have plans to construct your own fence using our top-notch feather edge timber fencing, gravel board, fence pales, fence panels, posts, and rails, we have the perfect solutions for you. Our diverse range of products caters to various needs and preferences, allowing you to create a fence that meets your specific requirements.


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What are the advantages of timber fencing?

Timber fencing offers several advantages, including natural beauty, durability, versatility, and the ability to blend seamlessly with different landscapes and architectural styles. It provides privacy and security and can enhance the overall aesthetics of your property.


How long does timber fencing last?

The lifespan of timber fencing will vary depending on factors such as the type of wood used, the climate, and the level of maintenance. All of our timber fencing products are treated to prolong their lifespan.


How do I maintain timber fencing?

Regular maintenance is essential to prolong the life of timber fencing. This includes cleaning the fence periodically, removing debris, and applying a protective treatment or stain to prevent degradation from the elements. It is also important to inspect for any signs of rot, pests, or loose components and address them promptly.