The supply and installation of Colorbond fencing ranges between $65 to $85 a metre which can vary based on site conditions and complexity of the install. We do have our own supply and install team which offers free quotes or we have a range of recommended installers who meet our standards for quality, safety & environment.
Every site is different and the environment changes. Good news is we are here to help, we offer a full installation service and also offer online help _here_ with how to videos.
Generally speaking it’s always best to communicate with your neighbor before replacing or installing a new fence. This will help avoid any conflict. For information regarding your rights there’s a helpful website here (click here) which can point you in the right direction regarding disputes
Yes! We are proud of the products we make and stand by them with a full guarantee. To understand our warranties better, you can find all the information on our resources page.
Fencing comes in a wide range of materials such as, Aluminium, Steel, Wood, PVC, Wrought Iron, Chain Wire, Electric & Farm fencing.
Since we are the manufacturer, we can make or design your fence to any style or material required. Just get in touch with us today and we can make it happen!
Depending on the complexity of your job, the manufacturing lead times can vary. When you place your order your sales representative will give you a delivery date / due date. If you have any questions around your order you can contact us directly.
For a standard size panel (1800×2400) we charge $95.00 per panel. This includes sheets, rails, posts & screws.
The current Australian Standard AS1926-2012 (the standard) is in place as the standard in NSW, Victoria, South Australia, Tasmania, Western Australia and the ACT. In these jurisdictions, the standard is called up by the Building Code of Australia (BCA) and in many cases, there are local variations effected under legislation. Northern Territory operates under AS1926.1 – 1993.
Queensland has its own standard in place which is a modified version of AS 1926-2007 combined with a state standard QDC MP 3.4.
Key pool fence requirements
Yes. It’s a requirement that whilst you are installing a pool it must be made secure with a compliant temporary barrier.
If you are the owner of the property note it is your responsibility to put up a sign saying “this swimming pool is not to be occupied or used”
Depending on what pool you have, varies on the type of fence you should install. If you have a salt water based pool – it’s recommended to install an aluminium fence to avoid corrosion.
If your pool is chlorine based, it’s safe to install a steel fence around it. If you need clarification or a better understanding of what’s best suited for your place, give us a call or pop into one of our showrooms.
All pool fencing should include an appropriate and clear warning sign.
In case of an emergency the law requires that you have a cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) sign displayed near your pool. The sign must be in good condition and able to be read easily from 3 metres.
To ensure your gate meets the standards your gate;
Must swing outwards (away from the pool area)
Has a self closing hinge, so that when the gate is opened it automatically closes without force
Automatically locks (also known as a self latching) when it shuts.
Fencing & Gate Centre has been operating since 1995 and is proudly family owned.
We do offer local delivery from each store, it can be arranged directly through your local store. Alternatively we have external providers who can deliver to most areas Australia wide.