with contemporary design
Regular, straight or rhombus-shaped horizontal boards
Combine the panels on an almost invisible post
MODERN panels are made of thin Keruing FSC strips of varying widths, according to the models.
They are 3 models available, all with the same 180x180cm format, but with a combination of either rectangular or rhombus slats of variable widths.
The MODERN panel offers a contemporary style with post covers, to offer a pure and continuous line of wooden slats. You delineate your garden with a continuous wall effect.
The stabilised, reddish-brown Keruing slats will acquire a patina over time to blend in with your vegetation in a natural setting.
These garden screens are both aesthetic and decorative and can be used to delineate a property or a garden and thus preserve your privacy, away from the eyes of the neighbourhood.
Doors with their hardware are offered as an option for each model.
Attaching any type of panel must be carried out by a solid anchorage to the ground. There are two possibilities for this:
We explain the first possibility: sealing the post directly into the ground, then we describe the installation with sealing on a stainless-steel anchor.
Caution: Our garden fences are always 180 cm high.
First dig a hole of sufficient circumference (preferably 40x40 cm) and 80 cm deep.
Ensure that there is sufficient space between the posts (1 to 2 cm). With a screen width of 180 cm, 182 cm of internal space between the posts is required.
First, install the post and secure it with a set of cleats forming a tripod. Then fill the hole with soil so that the post stays firmly in place. For more stability, add concrete.
Drill the holes on the 6mm diameter posts for the L-connections and screw them in place.
Now pull up the screen to the L-connector level. If possible, leave at least 7 cm below the screen to avoid problems with rising damp.
FelixWood gates come with a matching hardware kit.
Use a lath as a "gauge" to ensure even spacing between posts. Next, secure the door with clamps to keep both hands free for assembly.
You must pre-drill all holes.
For a 5 mm screw we recommend a 4 mm drill bit, for a 4.5 mm screw a 3 mm
drill bit. The holes for the adjustment bolts must be drilled with an 8 mm drill bit.
In order to ease up installation of the lock and the panel, we recommend inserting the cylinder lock into the housing before installation.
To reduce deformation risk, the stop bar supplied with the gate, or a reinforcing bar, should be mounted at the top and bottom of the post on the lock side.