Each year, around Australia, millions of dollars worth of damage is done to both homes and businesses by termites. Early detection, prevention and effective treatment is key to protecting your property from this often-devastating pest. Read more
Stain your wooden fence for the first time.
18/08/2015 10:00 AM
There are many factors that will shorten the life of your fence, including susceptibility to mould, UV rays and termites. Not only does staining your fence give your property a fresh new look, it also protects your wood from these elements, which will in turn extend the life of your fence.
Imagine your ideal backyard. It may feature water elements creating soothing sounds, vegetables flourishing in orderly rows, wildflowers growing along stone pathways or mature trees creating shade over a wooden patio. Read more
When you think about it, your home’s wooden fence goes through quite a lot.
During the colder months it stands strong against morning frosts, icy winter winds, and sleets of rain and hail. Read more
You chose to install a wood fence because you loved the aesthetic it created. It made your property seem quaint, traditional or rustic. A wood fence gave you the exact look you wanted. Read more
‘Curb appeal’ is a term often used by Real Estate agents when they are assessing or selling a property. So what is curb appeal? Curb appeal is the appeal and attractiveness your home has from the sidewalk (or curb). Read more
Summer in Australia can be a volatile time of year when it comes to the weather which is why you need to ensure that your fence is secure and properly installed to prevent any damage to your or your neighbours property. Read more
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
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