Colorbond Fencing & Gates 2017-10-25T06:17:02+00:00

We install Colorbond fencing and Hardie fencing

Colorbond fencing comes in a range of colours to suit your home and taste. Colorbond fencing won’t rot, warp or twist, and will never need painting. With it’s clever assembly and post installation system, Colorbond fencing goes up fast, stays in strong, and looks terrific.

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Colour Range, Specs & Accessories

Choose a tab to see our Colorbond colour range, Colorbond fence and gate specifications, and browse some available accessories for Colorbond fences and gates.

FAQs for Colorbond fencing and gates

Read some of our most frequently asked questions related to Colorbond fencing and gates

Our Blogs on Colorbond fencing and gates

Find loads more information and pictures in our Colorbond fencing and gate related blogs

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Find out answers to some of our most frequently asked questions for Colorbond fencing and gates, as well as Hardie fencing.

How high you are allowed to build you fence will depend on where you live, as there are varying regulations from one city council to another. Contact your local council if you are planning to build anything higher than the standard 1800mm high fence.
Yes. If you have an existing Colorbond fence, you should be able to have a fence extension kit installed on top. What type of extension kit you can install may depend on the manufacturer of your original Colorbond fence. Different manufacturers may have different types of lattice, slats, and extension kits. Ask us for a free site inspection and advice.
Sometimes it’s difficult to agree between neighbours what colour a new fence should be, particularly when the old fence wasn’t a Colorbond fence to begin with. Just because you live next to each other, doesn’t mean you or your houses share the same style. Being able to agree on a colour is always the best, and most affordable, outcome. If you are both happy to pay extra to both have the colour you want, it may be possible to find a painter willing to paint one side, keeping in mind that Colorbond fences have been powder coated, not painted.

Usually neighbours will eventually find a colour that may have not been either’s first choice, but that both neighbours will be able to live with.

Our preferred supplier manufactures a zig zag profile that is identical on both sides. Unless specific instruction to do otherwise is given, for example to match a Colorbond fence profile on another side of the property, we will install a profile that is the same on both sides.
Yes, we install single, double and custom Colorbond gates, with a selection of hardware and accessories.
Surprisingly to some, it is usually either cheaper or the same cost to install Colorbond fence rather than Hardie fence, as it is designed to be easier to install.

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You can find loads of extra information and pictures for Colorbond fencing and gates from our related blog posts. See some of our posts below for trade insight on Colorbond and Hardie fencing.

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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Core drilling limestone blocks for colorbond fence installation

By | February 15th, 2015|Categories: Fences, Limestone blocks|Tags: , , , , , |

Where possible, core drilling limestone blocks is the preferred choice of most reputable fencing contractors. Core drilling for a Colorbond fence installation is generally considered the most aesthetically pleasing finish. When installed to a neat, [...]

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Fencing on boundaries/ common fencing between neighbours

By | January 13th, 2015|Categories: Fences|Tags: , , |

**You may find this blog useful but in no way should be considered legal advice. Without doubt common fences in Perth between neighbours can be a test for most people who won’t always agree with [...]

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Why can’t you install my fence without any disruption to the landscape?

By | January 2nd, 2015|Categories: excavation, Fences|Tags: , , |

A common question we are asked is why can’t the fence just slot into the same spot you have removed it from? The answer is detailed, as each Hardie fence and colourbond fence install has [...]

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Using your Hardie fence or Colourbond fence as a retaining wall is a No-No!

By | December 6th, 2014|Categories: Fences, retaining|Tags: , , , , , , |

The most common cause of Hardie/ cement fibre fencing/ asbestos fencing/ super six fencing falling over is build up of soil on one side of the fence as is often the case. We see this [...]

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