When it comes to fencing sloped areas of land, there are a number of solutions available. Among the most used options are stepped and raked fencing.

Stepped fencing, true to its name, involves a series of panels that descend in steps. Each panel sits slightly lower than the one before it, stepping down the natural slope of the land. Using this method you can maintain equal spacing between panels while accommodating the terrain’s incline.

In contrast, raked fencing takes a different approach. Instead of stepping down, the panels are fully adjustable allowing them to be installed at a consistent angle, providing a smooth, even include along the slope.

Which fence style is right for you? 

It is important to consider practical factors. Building a stepped fence can be more time-consuming and may require additional materials, driving up costs. Another key aspect of stepped fencing is that the height from the ground to the top of each panel will vary due to variations in starting and finishing levels. As a result, finish heights across all panels will differ.

We are excited to introduce our latest innovation – fully adjustable Raking panels – available in both our DuraPanel and SentryPanel ranges.

Get the benefit of enhanced versatility of the below products, all capable of raking up to 30°:

For those seeking even more flexibility, our F4 compliant systems – DuraPanel Delta 35 extends to 37°, with our DuraPanel Titan extending to an impressive 40°. With Boundaryline’s Raking Panel, you can achieve both functionality and style, even on challenging terrain.

For advice on which option is best for you, you can ring our team on 0800 003 006 or get in touch via our Contact Form. 

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