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Tripple fence

We always supply Tripple slats in long lengths
With us, we usually supply timber in one length, with the most common lengths being 2.50 metres or longer. Our boards have a tongue and groove on the long sides, which ensures a seamless and stable connection. There is no need for the ends of the boards to meet exactly on a horzontal beam. The specific length of timber supplied depends on the stock available at the time.

When mounting the vertical Ipe planks, the uprights will be completely covered. It is important to check each vertical row of slats using a spirit level. If necessary, you can correct any misalignment by not fully snapping the planks together, achieving some degree of correction. Remember to perform this step for an accurate and straightforward installation.

What all do you get supplied?
We have plenty of 3.00-metre-long hardwood fence posts in stock to supply with this fence. We also supply ample quantities of hardwood fence planks (slats) with a size of (slat fence size 2.1 x 14.0 cm). Enough screws + planks to mount the modern tripple slats/boards VERTIALLY.

With a single-sided fence, the boards are attached to one side of the posts, while with a double-sided fence both sides are covered with wooden boards. Whether you opt for a single-sided or double-sided wooden fence we ensure that enough posts, screws and wood are supplied to realise your garden project.

All boards have a tongue and groove on the long side, making them easy to stack and slide together for a fully enclosed fence. Thanks to the special triple profile, it looks as if several beams have been mounted, when in reality it is a single plank 14.0 cm wide into which three beams have been milled. This gives the fence a completely closed look and no one can see through it.

Long lengths
You usually receive longer lengths of boards than the height of your fence. For example, your ordered fence is 2 m1 high. Then you may receive lengths of 2.45 cm. First saw off a board at 2 m1 and mount it vertically. You mount the sawn-off 45 cm section as the next vertical board, and on top of that you saw a board of 155 cm, giving a total height of 2.00 m1. The next board is a full length, board number 3 is shorter and you stack one or more lengths on top of each other.

Of all the modern fence variants we offer, this fence is one of the easiest to build. With our quality materials and thoughtful design, realising your dream project is a simple and satisfying job. The net width of the boards is 12.9 cm when clicked together.

Posts for this modern tripple fence
We supply the 1.80 m1 and 2.05 m1 high fence with 6.0 x 6.0 - 3.00 m1 posts as standard. You place the posts (depending on the length of the beams you receive) at 1 with a maximum of 1.50 m1 apart.

We will state the distance on the waybill upon delivery.

Mounting your vertical fence
First place the uprights in the ground at about 1/3 of their length, in a line. By stretching a cord you can determine in a straight line where you will place the fence. Mount the intermediate beams in size 4.0 x 6.0 cm horizontally between the posts by screwing a screw diagonally into the horizontal beam and then by screwing into the post. You need to mount 3 horizontal beams between the posts. 1 beam at the top and 1 at the bottom of the fence, and the last intermediate bar in the middle.  For each slat you mount vertically, screw the board onto the 3 pre-mounted horizontal beams. Always with 2 screws next to each other. Total are 6 screws that you screw into the wood per slat.

During assembly there are always leftover pieces, the sawn-off parts. These should be reused, this is what the timber delivery is based on.

Screws
By using tongue and groove, the boards are pushed together vertically. You use the small screws supplied to screw the slats to the beams. Pre-drilling is not necessary. The self-drilling screws do this for you; they have enough power to hold the wood firmly in place.

Ordering
You can order per whole length (m1) of fence. For example, if you want an 8 m1 long fence, click on the + until it reaches number 8. Choose between a single or double-sided modern fence. This fence is completely closed, so no see-through is possible. At the back, the planks are flat, so it also gives a nice modern result. 

An optical defect can occur in a natural product. Wood lives, and no two planks are the same, which is the charm of all wood products. Sometimes, unassembled boards can be slightly warped by influences of sun and water, and not everyone is equally adept at assembling them straight. Usually there is a slight sawing loss. We therefore advise you to always order 1 extra metre of fence, to avoid a back order and extra costs. 

Always store unassembled timber in a dry place. Also during assembly, never lay unassembled wood in the sun. Ipe wood is very stable wood, durable and strong. All our hardwood products have a long service life. Ipe wood has a lifespan of at least 20 years or more.

What do you get?
All posts, intermediate beams and all slats and of course enough screws to mount the modern tripple slats/boards VERTIALLY.

With a single-sided fence, the boards are attached to one side of the posts, while with a double-sided fence, both sides are covered with hardwood TRIPPLE slats. Whether you opt for a single-sided or double-sided wooden fence we ensure that enough material is supplied to make your fence. All boards have a tongue and groove on the long side, making them easy to stack and slide together for a fully enclosed fence.

Thanks to the special triple profile (tripple), it looks as if several beams have been mounted, while in reality it is a single plank 14.0 cm wide into which three beams have been milled. This gives the fence a completely closed look, no one can see through it and it is very soundproof.