AHS Planed & Bevelled Sleepers (PAR)


The AHS Planed & Bevelled PAR Sleepers have been processed to achieve a smoother surface, with the usually square edges bevelled to achieve a smoother surface. Virtually splinter free, these sleepers are perfect for outdoor dining spaces, patios, seating, children’s play areas and schools.

Available in green or brown, our PAR sleepers are FSC®-certified sawn, softwood sleepers which have been pressure treated with Tanalith E wood preservative. This is a water-based wood preservative, which contains copper and proven organic biocides. The treatment ensures the sleepers benefit from long-term protection against fungal and insect attack when used both in and out of contact with the ground, in appropriate applications.

Upon external exposure our green sleepers will gradually mellow over time and turn a wonderful shade of silver grey.

To achieve the rich colour of our brown sleepers, Tantone 3950 has been added. Our brown sleepers will gradually mellow over time due to external exposure and turn a lovely dark brown/grey colour.

This weathering process does not indicate any loss of protection.

  • Children’s play areas
  • Outdoor or indoor seating
  • Raised beds
  • Retaining walls
  • Sand Pits
  • Garden ponds
  • FSC®-certified
  • High quality – HC3 treated
  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • For landscaping and construction
  • Long lasting
  • 2.4m x 100mm x 200mm (true sizing 2.4m x 96mm x 196mm)
  • 1.2m x 100mm x 200mm (true sizing 1.2m x 96mm x 196mm).

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Autumn in the Garden
Get Ready for the Winter

The summer is now well and truly over, which means getting the garden ready for winter. This is our guide to what needs doing at this time of year!

  • Plant spring bulbs

  • Plant spring bedding

  • Move delicate shrubs indoors/undercover before the first frosts

  • Lay new lawns

  • Dead head perennials, but please leave the seed heads for birds to feed on if you are not going to harvest them

  • Plant or move shrubs whilst the soil is still warm enough to do so

  • Clear up fallen leaves and use them for compost

  • Cut the hedges

  • Ensure that outdoor taps are insulated ready for the winter drop in temperatures

  • Batten down the hatches ready for the wind and rain to settle in.

This is one of the busiest times of the year, but once completed you’ll get sit back and enjoy your handiwork. Make the most of the break whilst you can, it won’t be long until it all starts over again!

Have you seen our new Heart of Eden All-Purpose Natural Compost? This compost is perfect for those Autumn planting jobs and it is 100% peat-free, so you’ll be doing your bit for the environment whilst getting your little slice of heaven ready for winter.

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