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Amazing Fencing chips in with ACA Renovation Rescue

Feb 13, 2015   //   by shm@rk   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on Amazing Fencing chips in with ACA Renovation Rescue

The Sydney team of Amazing Fencing was recently involved in a project with a difference.
The Hardacker family was going through some really tough times after the loss of father and husband, Mark in a tragic accident whilst on family holiday in Fiji. Read More »

A Modern Twist – Slat Fencing

Jan 15, 2015   //   by shm@rk   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on A Modern Twist – Slat Fencing

Slat fencing is the technique of using slats, or ‘planks’ of material to construct a fence or gate. The slats are measured equally apart allowing for air flow whilst still offering privacy. Read More »

Fencing your Brisbane home

Nov 24, 2014   //   by shm@rk   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on Fencing your Brisbane home

Brisbane is the third largest city in Australia and with it’s glorious Queensland weather, one of the more appealing capital cities in Australia to live.  Read More »

‘Tis the season for a new fence

Nov 5, 2014   //   by shm@rk   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on ‘Tis the season for a new fence

Summer and the festive season are just around the corner and with summer comes BBQ’s, days around the pool and lots of backyard cricket. The last thing you want to be worried about is having to watch the kids in an unsecured backyard. Read More »

The Evolution of Fences

Jun 13, 2014   //   by Kim Jones   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on The Evolution of Fences

Fences are a landmark of the suburban landscape. It is a simple structure that gives people privacy and security. Being the most basic division of property, the fence is such a constant part of everyday life that they just form part of the background. Read More »

Student Discovers Tiny Fences in the Amazon

Oct 9, 2013   //   by Kim Jones   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on Student Discovers Tiny Fences in the Amazon

One of the most incredible things about the Amazon is the idea that you could walk across 5,500,000 square km without stumbling into a fence.

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Fencing and Your Safety at Home

Aug 28, 2013   //   by Kim Jones   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on Fencing and Your Safety at Home

Burglaries were rated as the most common household crime between 1993 and 2005, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) records. Over two hundred thousand homes are burgled each year in Australia, but there are some steps you can take to help prevent break-ins. Read More »

Settling Disputes with Your Neighbour

Aug 22, 2013   //   by Kim Jones   //   Fencing  //  Comments Off on Settling Disputes with Your Neighbour

Having a dispute with your neighbour can make living in your own home quite uncomfortable, even though most arguments start from harmless situations. However, the most common dispute is usually regarding the boundary between your property and your neighbour’s. Read More »

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