Decorative and versatile

Trellis can be an attractive way of improving the look of your fence or your garden. Trellis can be a perimeter demarcation without being too overpowering, it’s a screen fencing that still allows for discreet views through and climbing plants love it! There are a wide variety of trellis products to choose from.

Trellis panels can be erected on timber posts to form a line of fencing, posts are set in concrete to ensure stability. Individual panels can be incorporated within pergolas, fixed to an existing line of fencing or to the side of a house or shed.

The horizontal and vertical battens can be set at different spacings to produce larger or smaller holes. The hole sizes can be 150mm, 125mm, 100mm, 75mm or 50mm. But the battens can also be set diagonally to form diamond shaped holes.

Panels come standard 1.8m wide, although special widths can be made, but the height can be:

300mm / 450mm / 600mm / 750mm / 900mm / 1.05m / 1.2m / 1.35m / 1.5m / 1.65m / 1.8m

The tops of the panels can be straight, concave or convex – a curved top to the trellis can be a really attractive option. Trellis can be used as an extension to waney edge panels, close board panels or close board fencing. Usual heights are 300mm – 600mm and again the tops can be straight, convex or concave. Trellis extensions are a good way of maximising the height of the fencing without having a screen fence all the way up, which can be overpowering.

Trellis fans can look nice as an ‘add on’ feature to close board fencing, close board panels, waney edge panels, to the side of a shed or the side of a house.

Utilise trellis with decking and pergolas