Whether it is installed on the ground or on a low wall, it is the direction of the post that will allow you to form the desired angle. For a corner at right angles, proceed as shown in the images below. For an angle other than 90°, proceed in the same way, but use a padding joint to secure the corner of the boards.
2 methods are possible to install fencing, on sloping land. Find detailed explanations in the Tendances Composite Blog.
For step by step explanations on the installation of your Océwood® decking or fencing, go directly to our installation and maintenance videos page. You will find videos specific to the range that you have chosen.
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To cut your boards to size, a conventional saw will be suitable. The Océwood® boards are all made up of 100% composite wood and are therefore easy to machine.
Yes, it is possible using a saw with a special blade for cutting metal. However, make sure you leave at least 20 mm expansion gap between the finishing trim fitted on the last board and the top of the post.
If you position the 1st post of your Océwood fencing along the wall, trim the post from top to bottom using a suitable aluminium tool (swing saw with a special aluminium blade for example). You then just have to screw it to the wall and insert the boards...
Here are 2 ways of cutting a Boréale post: cutting post in half vs cutting the fins.
For more details, consult the Article "Comment déligner un poteau de clôture en aluminium" on our blog.
To cut your boards to size, a conventional saw will be suitable. Océwood® boards are all made up of 100% composite wood. However take care with the steel reinforcements, a special metal blade is required for this.