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Today, fences are not just considered for the marking-out of property boundaries, but also as an attractive frame for a house. The selected fence must of course fit with the style of house or garden. For simple farmhouses, a simple fence is suitable; as the house would have had at the time it was built. Wooden fences have a special flair and mediate comfort and contentment. The fence elements are available as completely assembled fence sections. There are many different designs which have developed over time. The following designs represent only a small selection of these.

Lattice fence (elements approx. 60, 80, 100 or 120 cm high and 250 cm wide)
Vertical paling fence (elements approx. 60, 80, 100 or 120 cm high and 250 cm wide)
Picket fence (elements approx. 80 cm high and 180 cm wide)
Ranger fence (elements approx. 250 cm long)

Privacy shield fences

Privacy shield fences made of wood can be used in many and various areas of application. Thanks to their variety of appearances, they can be used as wind and privacy shields on patios, in outside garden seating locations or for pergolas. They are assembled using the appropriate angle fittings on square posts. The use of different elements looks particularly charming. Because the size of the elements is mainly identical, no problems arise during assembly.

Wooden slatted fence (Size approx. 180x180 cm)
Wooden element (Size approx. 180x180 cm)
Privacy shield fences (size approx. 180x180 cm)


Palisades are a familiar element of garden design. They can be used for so many purposes, ranging from flower bed borders, the design of waterfalls and ponds, path delimitations right up to raised beds. And these suggestions represent only a little of what they can do! They are usually pressure impregnated, chromium-free, sharpened or chamfered. Another variant is roll palisades. They are halved, and ideal for flower bed borders.

Some typical dimensions

Palisade wood 10 cm Ø 50/75/100 cm
Mini-palisade 6 cm Ø 30 cm
Roll palisade 30 cm height & 200 cm long

Seating location

For seating locations outdoors, the floor covering is of particular importance. It provides the safe “basis” for garden chairs, benches and tables. The furniture should not wobble or tilt, as this is annoying. Highly suitable for this purpose are pressure impregnated boards, wooden tiles and ready-made wooden grids. If the ground is already covered with concrete, the new floor covering is no problem at all. Otherwise, it is best to lay it onto a bed of gravel or sand. This allows water to drain off, and substantially increases the lifetime of the material. Garden paths used to access the new outdoor seating area can be designed with wooden cobbles. Particularly suitable for this task is the end grain of wood, which can bear high levels of strain. Any shape can be laid using the cobble elements. To lay them, dig out the area to the depth of the plaster plus 5-10 cm, and add a 5-10 cm bed of sand. After evening out the surface, the cobbles can be laid. Then the joints are filled in with sand, and the cobbles are stamped down. Here a sturdy border is required to stop the cobbles pushing outwards.

Outdoor seating locations should always be well-protected. Natural or artificial depressions, a leafy roof from a hedge or a privacy shield give this space a cosy atmosphere.

Sturdy fastenings

In outdoor areas, wooden connections and fastenings are mainly carried out using fittings and post supports. The appropriate fittings are available for all standardised cross-sections of impregnated wood. These fittings are hot-dip galvanised and therefore feature permanent corrosion protection.

Screw-on sleeve for installation onto walls and foundations
The driven ground socket is anchored directly into the ground using the driver tool
Insert the wooden posts and screw them together

Typical dimensions for construction wood

9 x 9 cm
4,5 x 9 cm
7 x 7 cm
4,5 x 4,5 cm
1,9 x 14,6 cm
2,7 x 14,6 cm
1,9 x 9,6 cm
Round timber