About Us

We offer fencing projects in a variety of ranges in Australia. Our local team has worked on and completed a range of fencing projects. These completions of projects have polished our skills further, provided us with more ideas, comprehensive details for precision to make the operations quicker.

Our employees are well trained and have sufficient equipment to provide the best ideas and fencing. Abbey Fencing installs the most affordable fencing solution to all. Our fencing varies from color bond fencing to pool fencing to beautiful timber fencing to much more.

OFFERED FENCING SERVICES:

Our fencing contractors provide the widest range of fencing options for houses to gardens to pool or any other place. Few of our most popular fences offered are as follows:
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Ornamental Steel Fencing

If you are looking for a classy and elegant look of a wrought-iron fence without the expensive maintenance costs steel fencing is a great option. It is known for it durable and solid construction, it is the best combination of beauty and modern technology.

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Long-lasting fences in poles and strips of wood.

In this article we talk about the fences made with wooden poles and strips: in the past they were very rough , cut from straight branches and worked summarily. Chestnut ones were preferably used. It is not uncommon to see, even today, at the edges of the streets or in the parks, fences like the one shown in the image below. Commonly the tip of the poles to be planted in the ground, is treated with bituminous paint, or passed over the fire, in order to burn it on the surface: an operation handed down by the ancients and which serves to preserve the wood in the ground.

Said fences are characteristic and very natural, however they undergo the action of time and tend to crash, also taking that characteristic light brown color, singular of the dilapidated wood. However, many companies that still produce this type of fence carry out special treatments, including painting, which makes them much more resistant and therefore longer lasting.

We intend instead to tell you about those fences made with perfectly straight poles and strips , in chestnut, pine or other essences, but treated in an autoclave. A procedure which consists of immersing the product in a tank under full pressure of a certain solution. With this treatment the wood is protected from any mold, fungi and insects and becomes more compact and resistant and can be safely placed in contact with the ground and exposed to atmospheric agents.

How to plant fence posts for a fence?

If you have to create a fence and you don’t know how to proceed to avoid doing a bad job … trust our advice!

The support poles of a fence must be firmly fixed to the ground in order not to fall in case of strong wind and precipitation.

First of all, wear gloves and protective glasses to avoid hurting yourself. Bring all the material you need to the place where you need to erect the fence.

Create a hole in the ground using a manual drill. Usually the poles, both of wood and metal, already have a point to be fixed to the ground; if not, make sure that your wooden poles are pointed.

A word of advice: if you have to plant many poles, it may be advantageous for you to use motor drills that homogeneously move the ground at the same depth, so that the fence posts can then be planted more easily and precisely.

Choose possibly chestnut poles or similar entities, beat them with a sturdy and heavy club, planting them up to at least 30 – 40 cm deep.

Prepare the job

Take two poles and temporarily fix them to the ground, at the distance you want, then fix a wire at the two ends. Proceed to make the holes following the thread, if you want you can add gravel in the holes.

In case you need to use poles for a metal fence, then these will already be prepared with the right holes. If you want the poles to be fixed in a stable way, you can fix them with concrete in the holes. To make the operation go well, wet the holes with water.

Finish the poles with a chainsaw in order to eliminate the pieces of wood that have been slapped by the beating, which could cause the pole to weaken and facilitate the rotting process with infiltration of rainwater.

Tie the end of the pole firmly with a round of iron wire that helps prevent the phenomenon of cracking, i.e. the detachment of the wood fibers in the longitudinal direction.

How to build a wooden fence like a mountain one?

The wooden fence , typical of the mountains, is nothing more than a series of repeating modules. Choose cypress, juniper or aromatic cedar because they do not rot easily and are not affected by parasites.

The entire structure must be supported by the uprights, which are the main elements and need holes at least 50-60 cm deep. They must then be approximately 10 cm higher than the whole fence. While the distance of the fence from the ground is recommended to be 5 cm.

Secure the posts in the holes with concrete. While this dries, fix the slats to the crosspieces, using the wood screws and L-shaped supports, making sure they are at the same height. Do this for modules. To assemble the fence it would be better to be two people. Then mount the gate, making sure it is well aligned (use the spirit level). Mount the hinges on the uprights, taking care to make marks where the holes are made. You can choose whether to put a gate closing and opening mechanism. Once all the work is completed, remember to pass the impregnator.

Wood Privacy Fencing

Wood privacy fencing is a perfect option for a sophisticated and simple design to any outdoor space. If you want to protect your little vegetation, garden or need privacy from next-door neighbors, installing a wood privacy fence would be the perfect option.

Spaced Picket Fencing:

This one is a favorite of almost all of our customers for long. It’s a traditional look and modern curb appeal make it unique yet amazing choice for fencing. It is usually made with best quality wood with varied spacing difference as desired by the customers.

We are also skilled to provide Trex Composite Fencing, Cap and Trim Fencing, Agricultural Fencing, Automatic Gate Openers, etc.

Contact Us

You may ask us any query or problem by dropping a message on our website or by contacting us via email.

Phone:+61 8 9327 1100
Email: contacts@abbeyfencing.com.au
150 Mounts Bay Rd, Perth WA 6000, Australia
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