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Fencing Panels - Hit & Miss Horizontal

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Horizontal Hit and Miss Fence Panels

  • Boards run horizontally
  • Panels have an approx. 15% wind load reduction 
  • Beneficial in high wind areas
  • Looks good both sides of the panel
  • 25 year guarantee 
  • Designed for use with slotted fence posts (Jakposts)
  • Matching garden gates available by clicking here
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Hit and Miss fencing panels is so called because the pales or boards are alternately fixed on the front and the back of the fence panel in-turn, they over-lap and create a hit and miss pattern. This also means that both you and your neighbour have a good-looking side of the fence, as both sides are the same. Another advantage of the Hit and Miss style is that the slatted panel design has an approx. 15% wind load reduction as the gaps between the pales allows air to pass through.

Horizontal Hit and Miss panel boards run horizontally rather than our alternative Hit & Miss Vertical. This variation obviously still allows the wind to pass through the panel, but gives a different appearance.

These panels are sometimes also known as ventilation fence panels. 

Please note: These Horizontal Hit & Miss fencing panels do not provide total privacy.

Specification

Panels are 1.83m wide, framing 45 x 50mm, recessed to take boards

Horizontal boards 95 x 8mm with internal battens 50 x 12mm

All timber is planed all round, and supplied in natural Jakcured finish and guaranteed for 25 years.

All fixings are stainless steel

Horizontal Hit and Miss panel heights (1.83m wide)

0.91m / 1.22m / 1.52m / 1.83m

Matching Horizontal Hit & Miss Gates are also available to suit a 1.83m height of fencing panels.

The spacing of the panel boards varies slightly on different height horizontal Hit and Miss - we recommend Hit & Miss Vertical fencing panels are used when different height panels are used in a run.

Hit and Miss panels can be cut down on site to achieve a narrower size using a Panel Cut Down Kit, please remember to always use Jakcure End Grain Preservative on any cut or sawn timber. 

 

 

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Please note that gravel boards need to be used when panels are in contact with the ground as part the 25 year Jakcure guarantee conditions - more detail can be found on our Jakcure T&C's page

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