Having a small garden with limited space is all the more reason to do what you can to enjoy your green area. When you only have limited space, you want to make sure that it’s as private as possible and that you do what you can to ensure your family, including your pets, are safe. Timber fencing can be a great addition to a small garden as it not only provides privacy and security for you and your family but it can also offer protection from the elements.
One of the most popular fencing materials with Australian homeowners is Colorbond® steel and with good reason. With its durable construction, it is built to withstand the harshest of weather conditions. Colorbond® it is resistant to chipping, peeling, cracking, corrosion and is non-combustible.
Keeping your property safe and protected is at the top of most homeowners’ list of priorities. Installing a fence to give you some privacy, keep intruders out and your loved ones safe inside, is a great way to add an extra level of security and improve the aesthetic of your home. We dive into the undeniable benefits of choosing to install timber fencing on your property.
Australia’s cities, suburbs, and regional centres are growing rapidly. More than ever houses are being made closer to streets, shopping districts and other properties. There’s more people, homes, and businesses. And while this is great for building communities and local industry, this continued growth can make finding a bit of privacy, difficult.
It’s not surprising then that more homeowners are choosing to install fences for seclusion. Because doing so is one of the best ways to enhance a home’s privacy, without compromising its look or feel. For this week’s blog we’re going to take a look at the benefits of a privacy fences and what you should look for when choosing one.
Keeping your garden areas secure is important, because apart from helping to prevent uninvited guests, your garden will often be connected to your house or garage, both of which may contain some of your most valuable assets. Read more
If you have any holes in your home’s security, you had better find them before an intruder does, because all it takes is one weak point and your entire system of defence can be undermined. Read more
Often, there are so many child safety hazards in the home that parents forget to ensure the backyard is a safe place to be as well. Read more
Our homes are filled with all of our most valuable possessions, and thieves are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to break in and take advantage of this. Read more
Ah, our homes. They are our havens from the watchful eyes and ears of the rest of the world. That is, of course, until you catch a nosy neighbour gawking into your window to see Read more