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Bicton Project

We installed a one course reconstituted limestone wall between two houses on a battle axe block, and core drilled a Colorbond fence on top. The addition of the limestone wall allowed the owner to raise the level of their yard, as well as providing a tidy finish to their new Colorbond fence. Our customer chose matching slats on top of their Colorbond fence for added privacy and style. 

Before, During and After- 1

The existing Hardie fence was replaced with a Colorbond fence with slats in the colour ‘Riversand’. The fence was core drilled into reconstituted limestone blocks.

Before and After- 2

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Warwick Project

Our project in Warwick presented some challenges for replacing a Hardie fence with a new Colorbond fence along the boundary. Existing landscaping on both sides required some creative custom designing to accommodate our customers’ retaining, stairs, paving, and uneven landscaping levels. 

Before, During and After- 1

Paving is lifted so post holes can be dug for the new Colorbond fence along the boundary between properties. Stronger posts are used for the return to provide added strength to the custom Colorbond fence line.

Before and After- 2

Timber plinths are installed between Colorbond fence posts below the bottom rail to accommodate a small variation in landscaping levels.

Before and After- 3

Custom short panels are created to accommodate the varied landscaping levels.

Before, During and After- 4

The top level of the fence is kept the same by installing the bottom rail along the sloped front yard, and cutting the Colorbond fence infill panels to fit.

Gallery Pictures

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