Aesthetically pleasing yet functional
Construction:- The rules are fairly flexible, we’ve constructed many chevron fences, but each seem to have their own unique design.
Timber posts are set in concrete at 2.4m centres. Rails are nailed on. Two three or four rails are used depending on the fence height. Timber pales are nailed to the rails and set diagonally across the bay to provide a chevron effect and are spaced at centres depending on the requirement. Each bay can be boarded with the pales running in opposite directions or in the same direction. The first option is more expensive due to the extra time required to cut pales to run in the opposite directions and there is more material waste.
Chevron fencing is very aesthetically pleasing yet functional. The pales provide a good screen but the gaps allow air to pass through – thus making it suitable fencing for bin stores. This style of fencing is great for commercial situations and bin stores.