Aluminium fence installation instructions (ref. PU36)
Before beginning to install one of our Aluminium fences, please refer to the installation instructions, document ref. PU36 View the pdf
Gabion fence installation instructions (ref. PU33)
Method for including a Gabion panel in your fence. Read ref. doc PU33 View the pdf
Fencing LED installation instructions (ref. PU22)
Discover the method for including lighting in your fence View the pdf
Installing posts on post supports
You can opt to install your fencing on our double-shell post supports up to a post height of 1845 mm, which corresponds to a stack of 12 composite fence boards.
Installing composite fence boards
How to install composite fencing boards You simply insert and stack the composite boards between the posts, regularly slotting in halfway support profiles. Do not glue, weld or screw boards and halfway support profiles to each other or onto the posts.
Installing Aluminium fence boards
How to install Aluminium fence boards
Posts embedded with concrete
Do you wish to embed your posts in concrete? We advise having at least two people present to perform this operation.
Installing a base plate
If your site configuration means that the first fencing board has to be partially buried (posts embedded in concrete), you will need to insert a base plate instead of the first board. Be sure to include the exposed height of the base plate when calculating the stacking height.
Installing a base rail
Each composite fencing panel must include a base rail and a top rail. The base rail and top rail have an identical profile.
Installing a halfway support profile
Regardless of the height and configuration of your installed composite fencing, it is essential that no more than 3 boards are stacked without including a halfway support profile.