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Larch Fence Post – 95mm x 95mm x Planed smooth post

£40.00 + vat£80.00 + vat

Larch fence post – 4m x 95mm x 95mm

These Larch fence posts have a planed finish and are excellent quality. Ideal for building pergolas or garden structures or when a sturdy fence post is needed.

Larch fence posts are kiln dried and top quality unsorted A Grade timber.


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Larch Fence Post   95mm x 95mm

This Larch fence post is a great option for use with our fencing and gates.  Larch posts are very hard wearing and last far longer than standard treated softwood posts. We supply a free post saver sleeve with our Larch posts, this is a sleeve that protects the post in the ground giving additional protection and a 20 year gurantee against rot.

Natural Larch Post

Our Larch posts do not require treatment, the wood has natural preservatives within it that protect it from the elements. The only reason to treat your larch posts is if you want to enhance or protect the colour. When left to naturally age Larch fence posts will turn to a silvery grey colour. This is a much sought after look by designers and architects as it brings natural colours into a landscape scheme.

Key Facts

  • Hand Selected Larch – Unsorted grade A
  • Comes with free post saver sleeve for Guarantee against rot
  • Extra solid and sturdy fence post
  • 95mm x 95mm post size
  • Ideal for pergolas and garden structures
  • Extra long fence post

Additional information


2.0m, 4.0m


Siberian Larch

Why we use Siberian Larch?

  • Cequence B grade.
  • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 2.
  • Even spread of knots but areas of clear timber.
  • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%).
  • FSC Certified.
  • Knots Permitted
  • Sound tight (live / intergrown) knots typically under 25mm diameter, though some may exceed this.
  • Average of two knots per metre over total length of material excluding pin knots.
  • Occasionally knots may be unsound, loose or missing.
  • Sap wood Permitted within grade – Some boards are sap free on the face.
  • Compression wood permitted within grade – occasional.
  • Deformation permitted within grade – Boards with minor curvature and twisting permitted within grade
  • Occasional pitch pockets permitted.
  • Lateral checks and splits are permitted (these do not effect durability of wood)

  • Siberian Larch Cequence A grade
  • Graded to BS1186-3 Part 4 Class 1.
  • Quality controlled selection process (in house)
  • Clear, consistent with minimal knots.
  • Kiln-dried to moisture content of 16-18% (+/- 2%).
  • FSC Certified Source.
  • Lateral checks and splits are permitted (these do not effect durability of wood)

Siberian Larch is a very popular timber choice for its appearance and durability. It is used widely by Designers and Architects and is considered one of the best timbers for exterior use. The shapes and patterns of the grain are very aesthetically pleasing and provide real character. The colour is normally honey, straw  to  light brown. It looks particularly good when stained with Cedar oil as this enhances the timbers colour or it can be left to naturally age to silver grey.


Larch originates from Siberia where the weather is extremely cold. The trees are very slow growing making the timber dense and tight grained with minimal knots. These characteristics make Larch perfect for external cladding, fencing as well as other features like joinery, decking, and flooring.

Larch is not as vulnerable to knocks, scrapes and scratches. This is an important aspect for fencing as it will mean your boundary will be robust and stand the test of time. You can expect your Larch to last between 30 and 50 years.
If you compare this to standard treated softwood fencing you can see that Siberian Larch really is a great option.

Larch does sometimes develop shakes or small splits as the wood dries out, this does not in any way effect the strength or durability of the wood. This is just a natural characteristic of Siberian Larch.

Our Siberian Larch battens and boards are machined in house. We take care to ensure that the Larch we produce is consistent and high quality.
All the work we do far exceeds most nationally accepted standards. When machining natural products there are always variations that occur but these will always fall within the accepted quality controls set out below.

Product Data Sheet

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