Our extensive range of Premium Quality Aluminium Pool Fencing is manufactured to comply with, or exceed, the relevant Australian Standard (AS 1926.1 2007).
With through rail construction, industry leading 6 point welds, and a lifetime Manufacturer’s Warranty, you won’t find a safer more secure fence to protect your loved ones.
Have a difficult site or area? No problem! Unlike many others we custom make panels and gates to suit any application.
All pool fencing is supplied with Manufacturer’s Certification.
Available in a wide range of designs and colours to suit every application.
Tubular Aluminum Fencing
With over twenty different standard designs and a multitude of colours we’re sure you’ll find something to suit almost every taste.
Want something a little different? That’s no problem either. Bring us a photo or your own design, and we can custom manufacture to your specific requirements.
Manufactured to the highest standards and with a full 10 year Manufacturer’s Warranty.
Get the look and privacy of timber without the ongoing cost of maintenance!
First impressions. The first thing everyone sees is your front fence. Why not make it a statement and add value to your house at the same time with a beautiful maintenance free aluminuium slat fence?
Available in a variety of styles – vertical, horizontal, angled or louvred, and in a range of different sizes and colours, it’s sure to impress.
Also available in new timber look styles and colours.
If you are shopping online, you can easily get overwhelmed with the many different choices you see. There are decorative fence panels, closeboard fence panels and lap fence panels. The main difference between closeboard fence panels and lap panels is that closeboard panels run vertically, while lap panels run horizontally. (more…)
Decide on the Purpose
Depending on its purpose, the material for fences needs to be chosen carefully. Whether it is just to add beauty to your property, to restrict entry to your front lawn, or to reinforce the safety levels of your home, cedar wood or aluminium fencing has always been the top choice. Cedar is one of the most durable woods around and it repels pests and termites making it durable and resistant to fungi and rotting that is associated with other types of wooden fences. Adding to that the fact that it is most suitable for sawing and nailing, cedar wood is clearly the best choice for your fencing requirements.
Once you have decided on the material, you can look into secondary aspects such as the styling, the height, and the regulations involved in building a fence
Once you have decided on the material, you can look into secondary aspects such as the styling, the height, and the regulations involved in building a fence. Make sure you look up the local rules of your area associated with building a fence since different states have different rules and restrictions when it comes to the height of a fence. This could keep you protected from legal hassles later on. Next, you need to ascertain the location of your fence posts. The depth of the holes for your posts will depend on area and purpose of your fencing. It is ideal to maintain a distance of not more than 6 feet between posts. Again, the depth of the holes is something you need to check out with local authorities, so that you don’t hit underground wiring or piping.
Putting it Up
Once you have set the groundwork, you can go ahead with putting in the posts and attaching the rails. Ensure the rails are level before you add the fence boards. The bottom board needs to stay at least 3 inches from the ground to prevent soil contact. This ensures longevity of your fence. Finally comes the cap, which is nailed to the posts as well as the top rail.
Though doing it yourself has its elements of fun, having somebody who has experience in carpentry or landscaping can prove to be a valuable asset when you are setting up your fence.