Weathering Steel Large Decorative Screens

by Stark & Greensmith

Weathering Steel Large Decorative Screens

by Stark & Greensmith

Long lasting sturdy decorative fencing panels by Stark & Greensmith read more

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At last we've found some fence panels that are both decorative and practical! The weathering steel finish creates a raw, textured and natural look.

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Made from high quality 3mm weathering steel (sometimes called Corten Steel) in a range of laser-cut designs, the panels are affixed by specially designed steel clamps to aluminium posts. They can be set in concrete just like traditional fence posts, and require practically no maintenance. Alternatively, you can use Terrace Footings to fix the post to a hard surface.

Aluminium's resistance to corrosion, and the inherent strength of their box-section construction, means that these fences/screens will stand the test of time. The rusted surface of weathering steel actually protects the steel below, so you will have a fence/screen that has a very long life time, and is totally maintenance free.

Please ensure that you order the correct number of Posts, End Caps, Clamps, and necessary footings for your design here. Note that all the posts and the fixings are additional, but optional, extras. Also, note installation and delivery guidance below.

7 gorgeous designs:

Branches

An abstract design inspired by the dappled effect of sunlight through the foliage of a tree canopy. The pattern has 50% opacity, and works particularly well when used against a wall and is back-lit. Perfect for screening and delineating outdoor spaces. Can also be used as a boundary fence.

Drift

Abstract floral shapes with a geometrically-formal structure. The pattern has 65% opacity, and works particularly well when used against a wall and is back-lit. Perfect for screening and delineating outdoor spaces. Can also be used as a boundary fence.

Motif

Geometric pattern inspired by Japanese screening. The pattern has 55% opacity, and works particularly well when used against a wall and is back-lit. Perfect for screening and delineating outdoor spaces and can also be used as a boundary fence.

Burst

Burst combines abstract floral shapes with a geometrically-formal structure. The pattern is designed for use as a boundary fence, or in situations where a higher degree of screening is required.

Privacy

Abstract design inspired by the dappled effect of sunlight through the foliage of a tree canopy. The pattern is designed for use as a boundary fence, or in situations where a higher degree of screening is required.

Blank

With no laser-cut pattern, Blank is perfect where screening and privacy are key, or where you wish to have some variation in your design.

Parterre

Parterre is inspired by 17th plate engravings by Leonard Meager in 1688, and held in the RHS Lindley Library. The laser-cut pattern is an interpretation of a parterre design which was traditionally intricate, and typically symmetrical. Perfect for screening and delineating outdoor spaces.

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High-quality, 3mm weathering steel made from recycled materials.

Note that the panels are not supplied 'pre-weathered' and, in a normal outdoor environment, will gradually, but quickly, produce a rusted patina, which begins with a bright orange and will gradually darken into a deep rich brown. At the beginning of the weathering process, the rust can run off see here. Call us for further information on how to manage this.

For a continuous line of Screens, you will need to order one more Aluminium Post than your number of screens, and 6 Clamps for each screen. You will also need one Endcap and, if required, one foot for each post you order. Call us on 0345 6052505 if you are in any doubt as to your requirements.

Installation
The screen can be installed by any competent DIYer, and the process is little different to normal fencing erection. You can use your own fencing contractor, or contact us for details of our 150+ nationwide team of registered installers. Their contract will entirely be with you, and the cost of this will depend on the nature of your location.

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