Skyline Cedar Slats

Skyline Cedar Slats

Skyline Cedar Slats Provide

Attractive appearance, superior performance and natural durability

Size & Specification

Grade: Grade A Western Red Cedar
Slat Size: 18mm x 44mm
Lengths: 1.83m and 2.13m
Bundled: 16 lengths per bundle
Profile: 2mm radius on 4 corners

Western Red Cedar Fencing & Screen Slats

Premium Timber for Screening Slatted Fencing , Contemporary Fencing and other exterior structure

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Premium range of beautiful slow grown Western Red Cedar

Skyline is the perfect solution for a multitude of landscaping projects. For attractive appearance, superior performance and durability Western Red Cedar is the number one choice.

 

Natural Colour Variations

Cedar will vary in colour from light pink to dark chocolate brown

Cedar will naturally weather, it will turn an attractive, silvery grey colour if left untreated or use an UV oil or stain to sustain its colour.

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Easy to work with, easy to install

Skyline Premium Western Red Cedar Slats are planed on all four sides with a samll radius on four corners for a beautiful aesthetic look and to avoid thining of coatings on the edges if an oil or stain is applied.

Available in 1.83m and 2.13m packs (16 pieces per pack), slats are easy to trim to required final or desired length.
As a guide you'll require 2 packs of 6ft slats to cover a 6ft (1830mm) x 6ft (1830mm) area

Western Red Cedar is naturally durable, making the wood long-lasting without the need for additional treatment.

Standard Softwood treated posts can be used when using the slats for fencing.

We recommend stainless steel countersunk screws or annular ring nails for fixing.

Long lasting, surable & stable
Western Red Cedar has a service life of 60 years untreated.

Lightweight & easy to install
Naturally lightweight makes it easy to handle whilst retaining structural rigidity.

Slow grown Canadian timber
Canadian Western Red Cedar resulting in a denser, darker wood with a more varied colour palette.

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