What are Steel Plinth Infill Boards?
Steel Plinths infill boards sit smartly under your fence providing a neat clean finish that prevents weeds or unwelcome debris from moving into your yard. These work exceptionally well with our Colorbond fencing
They can be a handy addition to your fence to increase the longevity and lifecycle, meaning your aluminium slat fence
will last last years to come.
We recommend that you make them as a standard addition to any new fence. Contact one of our fencing contractor specialists
Steel Plinth uses include
Weed Wall Uses
- Weed wall applications
- Retaining wall applications
- Raised garden bed applications
Retaining Wall Uses
- Steel Plinths slow down weeds, prevents, rubbish dirt, grass and even snakes from entering your backyard or property from under the steel privacy fence.
- Why have timber sleepers or toxic copper-chrome-arsenate treated timber logs when you can have a Steel Plinth, which will last for almost ever and match your wall to perfection!
Steel Plinths can be constructed up as a retaining wall to a height of 600mm, which compares to 5 lapped plinths.
Retaining Walls must be back filled with blue metal to create decent water drainage.
Steel Plinth Retaining Wall Height Chart
Two Plinths Overlapped: 300mm High
A 50mm square post with a 1.6mm wall thickness should be used between each Plinth Frame
Raised Garden Bed, Weeds, Rubbish, and Retaining Uses
Steel Plinths can be built up as an elevated garden bed. This is a great idea for home vegetable gardens. The raised beds create a natural barrier against weeds, they promote good drainage, and they increase the ease of planting, weeding, gathering and supporting the garden. We support up to 300mm height as our maximum.