How do I plan Panacea fencing?

Modified on Wed, 28 Sep 2022 at 01:02 PM

When planning your garden fencing you need to consider the surface on which the fence will be mounted. If you are planning your fence to be situated on soft ground then we would recommend the longest post available as this gives you extra length to stake into the ground, providing more stability. Post concrete can also be used for additional strength if required though is not necessary. If you have a concrete surface the posts can be used with the Panacea Surface Mount Brackets and you would need to select the appropriate height post for your chosen fence panels.

Panacea fence posts are available in 38" and 46" heights.

Panacea fence panels have 2 eyelets at each side and panels are simply joined together by the post slotting through all 4 eyelets and into the ground/surface mount bracket. You will always need 1 more post than the number of panels to complete a run of fencing unless you are using a finial end panel or wall mount brackets to finish.

Panacea fencing can be secured at the end of the run by Panacea Wall Mounted Brackets. Supplied in packs of 2 the brackets are fixed on your chosen wall and the eyelets of the panel sit on the bracket.

It is worth noting that the width dimensions given on the Panacea fence panels include the connecting loops so when assembled you will lose some of the overall width (between 5-10mm) as the panels overlap slightly.

Please see the Panacea Sectional Fence Installation video for a brief overview

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