Standard Pool Fencing
Colorbond Fencing

Colorbond fencing offers a simple installation process of framework screwed together and infill sheets slotted into place via a top and bottom channel.

 

There is also a wide range of custom Colorbond fences available depending of customer’s preference. Another popular option consists of timber hardwood posts and horizontal Colorbond sheeting in between.

 

Click here to view Colorbond profiles, and here to view the range of Colorbond colours on offer.

The most common style of pool fencing is black flat top, but is available in a large range of colours. Click here to view the entire range of pool fencing styles including spear top and loop top.

 

There is a number of different options available, where you are looking for Standard flat top panels between concrete pillars, or and infill between hardwood timbers posts with a hardwood rail on top. Any of these options can be finished off with a self-slide or automatic sliding gate to match.

 

These options are perfect if you live on a rural property or just want to customize and add that finishing touch to the front of your house.

Using either steel or timber posts, balustrading consists of stainless steel wire threaded through the post of choice. More comenly used around decks, raised entertaining areas and balconies.

 

Balustrading
Rural Fencing

Other styles of fencing

 

Colorbond fencing is a very popular style of fencing as the standard colorbond good neighbour fencing offers a similar appearance from both sides.

 

This style of fencing also requires minimal room for installation, meaning we are flexible to work around existing gardens and other structures close to boundary lines.

 

Colorbond fencing also offers maximum privacy and is available in a wide range of colours, profiles and different heights.

 

Pool fencing is available in a large range of colours and styles. Pool fencing is made from aluminum meaning it is light weight and will not rust.

 

At South East Fencescapes the pool fencing we supply also meets Australian Pool Standards. Although pool fencing is most commonly used around pool areas it is also effective for garden fencing, front fencing or as an alternative boundary fencing without obstructing views.

Suitable for rural properties, rural fencing can consist of either pine or hardwood posts and your choice of plain wire, barb wire, mesh or a combination of each. Benifits of rural fencing include containing animals from dogs to cattle and giving your property an open country appearance.