Introducing F.H. Brundle’s sleek new modular fencing system from Kingspan

  • 14 Dec 2022

Stylish, high-quality and long-lasting, Kingspan modular fencing is the latest product from respected supplier F.H. Brundle.

Built using Kingspan’s tried-and-tested sandwich panels, the new-to-the-market system is lightweight, easy to handle, and quick and simple to install.

Its sturdy double-sided panels, available in Anthracite Deep Matt RAL 7016, are smooth on one side and ribbed on the other.

Available in heights of 488mm or 610mm, the system only requires a post every 2.5m, meaning far less groundwork is required than alternative composite solutions.


The aluminium concrete-in or bolt-down posts have been specially designed to make installation extremely straightforward. Gravel boards provide a level base for the fence panels to rest on.

What’s more, they’re highly weather resistant, with a robust and durable coating that allows them to be used up to 1km from the coast.

They’ve also been wind pressure tested to 120 km/h, UV tested and come with a 10-year anti-corrosion warranty.

Paul Smith, F.H. Brundle‘s Head of Marketing, comments: “Kingspan fence panels are widely renowned for their versatility and performance, and we’re delighted to be offering this extremely convenient and installation-friendly system.”

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