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Limestone Block Walls 2017-05-22T04:26:32+00:00

We lay bricks and blocks for walls, and install infills and gates.

We erect limestone block walls, brick walls, and rendered walls. We can install your infill panels between piers, and hang a gate or install a sliding gate. We build to engineers specification.

On this page:

Block Wall Diagram

See our illustrative description on what to consider for your block or brick wall

Pier Infills

Choose a tab to see a range of tubular or laser cut aluminium infills from our preferred supplier

Local Council Links

Choose your local council from our list to visit their website for information on approvals and regulations

FAQs for Freestanding Walls

Read some of our most frequently asked questions related to brick and block walls

Our Blogs on Freestanding Walls

Find loads more information and pictures in our brick fence related blogs

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cropped-logo_short_orange.pngFAQs

Find out answers to some of our most frequently asked questions for freestanding walls.

Yes, we can supply and install infill panels between your wall piers.
We can install any infill panel you like, and equally we are happy to provide infill panel options from our preferred supplier. We can source infill panels from your chosen supplier, and can have panels custom fabricated to fit your wall. Choose from horizontal or vertical slat infills in Colorbond steel, dressed timber or engineered wood composite, laser cut designed infills, aluminium tubular infills, or full privacy sheets. Your infill choice will make up part of your council building permit and will need approval prior to installation. Check with your local council what is permissible to use in your area.
Yes. We can construct your wall using whichever block or brick you choose. You can choose a combination of blocks or bricks, and we can add pier capping and infill capping to your brick fence.
Piers are the most common and popular design used to add the necessary strength and stability to your brick fence to make it safe. If you would like to consider alternative designs, speak with your structural engineer about an alternative design.
You will need to obtain approval from your local council prior to building a wall on your property. See our council links to begin the process with your local council.
Generally speaking, your local council will require you to lodge a building permit for walls over a certain height, and brick fences will exceed that height.

Check with your local council for information on what is required to be submitted with your building permit.

You may need to provide your council with a scaled site plan with dimensions of the proposed fence, and scaled elevation and cross-sections drawings. You can expect these submissions to require certification by a structural engineer.

You can choose to supply your own bricks or blocks, or we can organise supply for you. If you plan to supply your own bricks or blocks for your wall, we strongly recommend talking to us prior to ordering any materials.
We can install a letterbox into a wall pier. You will need to let us know to include the cost in your quote.

Perth Trade Centre FaviconOur Blog Posts

You can find loads of extra information and pictures for limestone block retaining from our related blog posts. See some of our posts below for trade insight on brick fences.

Installing a fence on top of a limestone wall

By | September 1st, 2014|Categories: excavation, Fences, Limestone blocks|Tags: , , , , , , |

Arguably, one of the tidiest looking Colorbond fence installations sits upon limestone blocks. Why the tidiest? Because instead of the Colorbond posts being concreted into a hole in the dirt, a neat, round hole is [...]

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Landscaping for new areas of Perth and some things to consider.

By | March 10th, 2015|Categories: excavation, landscape design|Tags: , , , |

If you have a new Perth residential building block and are looking for affordable landscaping, we can design a number of different plans to incorporate into your space. If you are building for the first [...]

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Commercial artificial grass installation roof top West Perth

By | March 10th, 2015|Categories: Artificial Grass, commercial artificial grass|Tags: , , , , , |

Our artificial grass installations are not limited to your average suburban back yard. We have quickly become a specialist niche installer to some of Perth’s most prominent commercial fit out companies and designers. Artificial grass [...]

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Council driveway crossover installation- Perth and surrounds

By | March 8th, 2015|Categories: council crossovers, surfaces|Tags: , , , , , |

Council Crossovers The installation of a council crossover must meet all specifications of your council; each council may require something slightly different to the next. This is why you should work with a trade contractor [...]

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Limestone Blocks: Natural Vs. Reconstituted Blocks

By | March 8th, 2015|Categories: Limestone blocks|Tags: , , , |

Natural Limestone blocks are the result of cutting limestone straight out of the ground from limestone quarries into blocks. Natural limestone is 100% limestone, and as such has a natural, desirable texture. Above: Limestone quarry [...]

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Artificial Grass

By | February 24th, 2015|Categories: Artificial Grass|Tags: , , , , , , |

As people find themselves with fewer and fewer spare hours in the day, installing artificial grass in place of the time consuming real stuff has become more and more socially acceptable. Artificial grass is like [...]

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Fence Plinths for under Colorbond fence (Timber style fence plinths)

By | February 17th, 2015|Categories: Fences, plinths|Tags: , , , |

In some cases, timber or steel plinths are required to infill gaps under a Colorbond fence. This fence line was installed to accommodate the landscape of the block on the elevated side leaving a gap issue [...]

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