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79 Ayr Street, Doncaster VIC, Australia

STANDARD TIMBER PALING FENCE

Supply and install STANDARD TIMBER PALING FENCE, 1.95m tall with a total length of 49m

• Timber will provide your property with great appeal. If you live in a natural setting, fencing made from materials like steel will almost intrude into your visual space
• You will find that timber fencing is more affordable than many of the other materials available, such as steel
• Since this fencing is installed piece by piece, you’ll find that it is also relatively easy to repair
• If you want extra privacy you can build a taller fence or for complete privacy, a solid timber fence
• The benefits of timber fencing are numerous; cost-effectiveness, flexibility, ease of maintenance and repair, and sustainable are simply a few


Fence Style
Fence Costs
49 x $71.50
= $3,503.50

Gate Information

Single Colorbond Gate

Supply and install a Single gate, Single Colorbond Gate at the desinated point.

Gates prevent unwanted visitors, increase the value of your home, and protect pets as well as children in your home. To realise these benefits, you need to hire a professional contractor to help install a high quality gate
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Gate Cost
= $605.00

Pull Down Existing Fence

Pull down existing fence and stack for removal

Fence Style
Removal Costs
49 x $12.00
= $588

Take away existing fence 

Take away existing fence to the rubbish tip that has been pulled down

Fence Style
Removal Costs
49 x $8.00
= $392

Subtotal
GST 10.00%
Total AUD including GST

$5,088.50
$508.85
$5,597.35

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Fencing Job Details - Neighbours Half Share - $2,798.68

Please make sure your fence is in the correct position.

- Please note it is the responsibility of each party to clear all vegetation/obstructions along the fence line or a fee will be charged, the excess cutting of concrete cutting may potentially be an extra charge also.

ACCEPTANCE OF QUOTATION

I/We accept this Quotation and agree to the type of fence proposed to be erected and to the terms and conditions that are attached with this quotation, including a 50% deposit on acceptance of quotation and full payment on completion of fence.

The Client is responsible for obtaining the neighbours details as required or the client will be responsible for full payment of all works carried out.
This job has been quoted as one job, if a part of the original quote is left out of works proceeding, we will need to re-address pricing.

Once you accept this quote, we will pass this onto one of the fencing companies we have aligned ourselves with and they will be in contact with you to organize a site inspection as well as send you an invoice

Terms & Conditions

1. Fencing Quotes Online is a FREE service and will NEVER charge a client for an online quote
2. Fencing Quotes Online, is a subsidiary, between you the client and the fencing company completing your job, our job is only to quote your fencing works required on behalf of a fencing contractor
3. We take extreme care in who Fencing Quotes Online aligns ourselves with, however, we do not take any responsibility for any works completed, this is between you the client and the fencing company
4. Companies and Real Estate agents acting on behalf of the customer are required to pay their share in full prior to commencement, to the fencing company who will complete any works
5. If a client accepts a quote on behalf of another party and or neighbour, that client is liable for all costs
6. The client(s) is responsible for ensuring pegs to boundaries or the boundary line are correct.
7. It is the responsibility of the client(s) to provide power and water on site
8. Any obstructions on or below the fence line that need to be removed by a fencing company will be charged at an hourly fee and any fees charged for the hire of special equipment required for these purposes will be billed to the client(s), via the fencing contractor, i.e rock, tree roots etc
9. All fencers will take reasonable care but accept no liability for damage to underground services. We recommend you call “Dial before you dig” before any work commences. All costs will be paid by clients, not by Fencing Quotes Online or any parties aligned with us e.g. fencing companies, contractors etc.
10. The client(s) agree that all materials remain the property of fencing contractor until payment is made in full. The fencing company and/or its aligned parties reserve the right to enter the client’s property(ies) at any time to recover any materials not paid for, in or out of the ground.
11. Fencing Quotes Online and/or is aligned parties reserve the right to cancel the contract at any time
12. All Fencing Quotes Online quotes are subject to a site inspection, completed by the fencing company that is assigned your works. The meter rates will never change, however, there may be extra charges for concrete cutting or removal of vegetation or obstructions on or near the fence line
13. Fencing Quotes Online advises all clients to clear both sides of their fences lines, giving the fencing company a minimum of 1m access both sides where possible, to avoid any extra charges added to those which have been quoted
14. Fencing Quotes Online NEVER invoices a client for any fencing works. This is a FREE service to you the client. The fencing company completing the works will invoice you (the client) at the agreed price, quoted by us, with any additional costs such as concrete cutting or vegetation removal costs (etc) added
15. Clients are responsible for the disposal of any trees, bushes, vines, bricks, pavers, concrete (etc) cleared from the fence line in order to allow the install of a new fence. These can be removed for you at an additional cost if discussed prior to the start of the job
16. All aligned business offer a minimum 12-month warranty, which is the responsibility of the company who installs your fence
17. If your total fence length is less than 25 m in length there may be a small job fee applied

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How To Erect Colorbond Fencing

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  1. How to Install Colorbond Fence
  2. Installing a Colorbond fence
  3. Place and level the posts
  4. Install rails and panels
  5. Installing a Colorbond fence on a slope

Installing a Colorbond Fence

Choose fence posts in one colour, fencing in another colour and match capping with the posts or choose a different colour for the lattice. A colorbond colour chart will be helpful for this. colorbond Once the posts are installed, the rest is relatively easy.

04:18. Gates & fencing how to install colorbond fence panels once you’ve set up the posts and frame for a colorbond fence, it’s time to attach the infill sheets. Follow our step-by-step guide and we’ll show you how.

How to install a Colorbond fence

When installing a perth colourbond fence to an existing landscape, rarely are two jobs ever the same. On initial quote/inspection, we take into consideration how the colorbond fence will sit on the landscape; this being how the bottom rail will look when installed. The main thing to consider when installing colorbond fencing is how much of a gap will be exposed. When installing colorbond fencing to even ground it easy to install the bottom colorbond fence rail to the flat surface leaving little to no gap at all. This is what we consider to be the perfect situation when installing your new colorbond fence. Unfortunately, as mentioned, this is not always the case. Where the ground is uneven or sloped we offer two types of colorbond fence installations to accommodate. As the choice ultimately is for the customer to decide, there are things to consider. The first type of perth colorbond fence installation is a stepped finish, this is where the colourbond fence is stepped down the slope. The first colorbond fence post/rail join is installed at a point where it meets the ground. As the slope falls away, the colourbond fence rail will run at a 90 degree angle for the length of the standard colorbond fence panel (2. 4mtrs). This will leave a gap at the bottom end. The gap will be more obvious pending on how steep the fall on the landscape.

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We offer a number of solutions; if the customer decides on this type of colorbond fence installation, as is commonly the case, we offer to install as an addition to the colorbond fence panel a ‘plinth’. This is a steel or timber infill section that is designed to accommodate the gap to a height of approximately 200mm. Where a colorbond fence plinth is installed, we use longer than standard colourbond fence posts to make sure the colourbond fence post is properly anchored to an appropriate depth. The second type of perth colorbond fence installation is a sloped/raked finish. This is where the colorbond fence accommodates the slope with the bottom colorbond fence rail running flat to the surface at the length of the standard colourbond fence panel, 2. 4mtrs. With this type of installation, longer colorbond fence sheets must be used to accommodate the fall. The colourbond fence installation on this type of install as well as additional colorbond fence materials will also include extra labour to customise the colourbond fence panel as per the landscape.

Installing colorbond fence panels. Insert the rail between the first and second post, making sure it is level. Screw through the post, into the bottom rail to secure it. Starting at one corner, insert the bottom of the panel near the end post and tip it onto an angle.

Place and level the posts

It’s important before setting the posts that you check that the fence is level. Place the spirit level on the plinth board to make sure it’s flat. If necessary, adjust the soil level below the plinth to get it flat.

Colorbond fencing installation

Install rails and panels

Installing a colorbond fence is very achievable, provided you have the right materials, tools and a helping hand. For the installation, you’ll need your colorbond infill panels, fence capping, screws and top and bottom rails for materials.

Installing a Colorbond fence on a slope

As a general rule, you should have at least one other person to help you lift the panels. Installing on flat ground is a relatively straight forward process, but if your fence is on a slope it can be a lot more difficult. As a general rule, you should have at least one other person to help you lift the panels. Installing on flat ground is a relatively straight forward process, but if your fence is on a slope it can be a lot more difficult. Each post must also be perfectly plumb. If this isn’t done accurately, your fence is not going to line up. Fitting colorbond fencing on a hill or slope is trickier than on a flat surface.

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Does colorbond fencing rust

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  1. How Long Does Colorbond Fence Last?
  2. What to Do with Scratches on Your Colorbond Fence?
  3. Can You Paint Over Colorbond Fencing?
  4. What is Colorbond fencing
  5. What is Colorbond fencing?

How Long Does Colorbond Fence Last & Does Colorbond Fencing Rust?

One of the main reasons why colorbond fencing rusts is, prolonged contact with the garden soil can be problematic with for the maintenance of the colorbond fence. Avoid having your garden fills, flower beds and other soil buildups leaning on your colorbond fencing. colorbond No contact with abrasive chemicals – there are many abrasive chemicals that can find their way into your property and then to your colourbond fence.

Got ‘seconds’ retaining wall blocks (300 of them) and used that to make the box, half price. Used cut blueboard ($10 a sheet) and steel tri posts (about $5) in the ground along the fenceline, to lift the fill from the colorbond fence (take the load off it).

What to Do with Scratches on Your Colorbond Fence?

Don’t use fertilisers. Take care not to spray the fence with garden sprays or fertilisers, as this can be very damaging to colorbond fencing. Touch-up paint: give it a miss. It’s strongly recommended not to use touch-up paint on your colorbond fencing in the instance of minor scratches. fencing

I have googled colorbond and can find lots of information, but am not sure if it is just myth or whether these are genuine problems:. (i) dents/scratches – and subsequent rusting of dents/scratches. How easily does it dent? would kicking a footy against the fence dent it? or would it need to be something heavier? could a large dog jumping at it cause dents/scratches? is rusting a problem once the fence is scratched or dented?.

Can You Paint Over Colorbond Fencing?

Quite simply, colorbond fencing is a type of fence that is made out of colorbond steel. Colorbond is a pre-painted product which is made to the relevant australian standards. cost The inner base of colorbond is zincalume steel, which is steel that has been coated with a mix of zinc and aluminium which gives it corrosion-resistant properties.

Cost of building a patio. Cost of stormwater pits and drains. Cost of brick paving. How much does it cost to hire a carpenter?. What is the cost of colorbond fencing?. Sunroom painting budget template. How much do professional tiling services cost?.

What is Colorbond fencing

The construction of gardens adjacent to buildings or fencing by placing soil directly against zincalume® steel or colorbond® steel sheeting is strongly discouraged as corrosion of the sheeting will rapidly occur about the area covered with soil. Moisture or moisture retaining materials should not be permitted to remain in intimate contact with zincalume® steel, colorbond® steel or galvanized steel. fence

Colorbond fencing is a fantastic option as it is easy to install and typically costs less than most other fencing alternatives. Offering a visually appealing, durable and long withstanding fencing option for your home or property. Colorbond is also an ideal choice for locations with high wind velocity as it is extremely strong and can be installed to withstand harsh winds.

What is Colorbond fencing?

So whether you want colours that are subtle or bold, light or dark, cool or warm, you’ll find colours that let you blend the natural charm of your garden with your home. Colorbond® steel fencing comes in a wide range of panel styles and designs and with its sleek lines, colorbond® steel looks great on both sides of the fence. steel

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What is Colorbond Fencing?

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  1. What Is The Cost of Colorbond Fencing?
  2. How Much Is A Sheet of Colorbond?
  3. What Is The Colorbond Fence Price per Panel?
  4. What Is Colorbond Fencing?
  5. How to Choose Your New Colorbond Fence Colour?
  6. What is Colorbond fencing?
  7. More COLORBOND® Steel

What Is The Cost of Colorbond Fencing?

In [location], colorbond fencing costs approximately $73. 50/m. colorbond Meanwhile, the average rate of colorbond fence installers in new south wales and victoria is only slightly higher at $75/m. Disclaimer: our cost estimates are based on quotes for colorbond fencing services and are useful as a guide only.

Colorbond fencing is a fantastic option as it is easy to install and typically costs less than most other fencing alternatives.

How Much Is A Sheet of Colorbond?

The sheets of colorbond steel are then pressed into different profiles, most of which are suitable for fencing. fencing The plain sheets of colorbond are just one style and even they can be made to look more unique by adding different coloured posts, decorative top panels or even mixing materials.

These types are a perfect alternative to timber fences. For a 1. 2 metre high colorbond fence that’s 16m long, you would need an approximate number of 14 sheets (1.

What Is The Colorbond Fence Price per Panel?

Whether your block is level or sloping, you can still build a great looking fence as coloursmart colorbond fence panels can be stepped or raked to follow the contours of the ground. cost

All this is done in compliance with the australian standard as 1397. Once the colorbond material is created and treated like this, it is formed into colorbond fence panels.

What Is Colorbond Fencing?

After installing of the colorbond panels in the first section of fencing, push the top rail down to secure them. fence

Security. Design. Maintenance. The colorbond fence is the versatile fencing solution made from trusty colorbond steel. Colorbond fencing is the affordable, hard-wearing and attractive way to fence off your property. There’s a wide range of 22 colours to choose from.

How to Choose Your New Colorbond Fence Colour?

Colorbond® steel makes it easy to get the look you want. With 14 colours to choose from, it’s easy to coordinate your fence with the colours of your home. So, choose a fence made from colorbond® steel; it can enhance the privacy and security of your home for years to come. steel

Metroll manufacture their fence range using australian made colorbond® steel. The range includes fence panels, posts ,rails, lattice panels and gates in a wide range of colours.

What is Colorbond fencing?

Lysaght® steel fencing, screening & gates are available in a range of styles & designs to suit any home, and are manufactured from colorbond® steel.

More COLORBOND® Steel

A fence made of colorbond® steel is a secure, strong and beautiful addition to your building.

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How to fix wood fence panels

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  1. Replace Wood Fence Panels in 5 Steps
  2. How to Fix Sagging Fence Rails
  3. How to Attach Fencing Panels to Posts
  4. How to remove a wooden fence panel and post

Replace Wood Fence Panels in 5 Steps

Outdoor 1½ inch screws tape measure replacing wood fence panels is a project that will take a few hours of your time depending on how many you have to replace. Broken or damaged wooden fence panels can be an eyesore and serve as a convenient means of escape for a pet or precocious child.

How to Fix Sagging Fence Rails

Horizontal rails that support the fence screen—which may be pickets, solid boards or other decorative pattern elements—tend to sag over time. Most often, sagging originates when rail ends start to weather and the fasteners securing them to the posts begin to loosen.

How to Attach Fencing Panels to Posts

Measure the fencing panels from outside edge to outside edge to determine the spacing needed between your fence posts. Set 4-by-4-inch posts 18 inches deep in the ground and spaced as far apart as the fencing panel width. Set the posts in compacted gravel or concrete for extra stability.

How to remove a wooden fence panel and post

To remove a wooden fence post, detach the fence panels on either side as steps 1 and 2 above. Use a shovel to dig out the base of the fence post and remove any concrete. If this proves difficult, cut a notch in the old post with a panel saw about 20 centimetres (cm) up the length of the post (as shown).

How to fix the fence post

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  1. How to Fix a Fence Post That Is Leaning

How to Fix a Fence Post That Is Leaning

The first step in fixing a leaning post is to determine exactly why it’s leaning. Is it leaning because the wood has rotted at the base? or because the ground underneath has given way and now the post is wobbling around in its hole? if your fence has metal posts, it’s important to make sure that the post isn’t actually bent due to some sort of impact.

By dan perry wood privacy fences are great, but occasionally the wood posts will rot and break in the wind. When that happens, you might notice your fence leaning or moving a lot in the wind, or an entire section of your fence may have fallen over completely.

How to fix fallen fence

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  1. Step #2: Reattach Rails To Firm Posts
  2. How to Fix a Fence

Step #2: Reattach Rails To Firm Posts

When the worst sections of the fence are upright again, look around for any sections that might have detached over time. (nail-fastened fences are notorious for pulling apart when sagging begins. )in some of these cases, the rails have detached, but the posts behind them are still firm and secure! reattach loose rails to firmly anchored fence posts.

How to Fix a Fence

If part of your fence is on a lean, don’t worry, here’s how you can fix it yourself, that’ll get your fence nice and straight again. There are a number of reasons part of your fence might be on a lean: inadequate depth of hole a tree may have grown, and is the pushing fence over post has moved whilst the concrete is setting creating a gap between concrete and post.

Part 1 | 2 – 50 fence ideas – how fences break – how to fix a gate introduction so, part of your fence fell down? its no big deal, it happens to everyone. Fences are usually ignored until they fall down, but then all of a sudden you can see into your neighbor’s yard and everyone gets freaked out.

How to fix backyard fence

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  1. How to Repair a Wood Fence
  2. Step #2: Reattach Rails To Firm Posts
  3. How to Fix a Fence
  4. chain link fence fabric
  5. wood fence posts
  6. What is Post Buddy?

How to Repair a Wood Fence

Although wood fencing requires the most fence maintenance and repairs over the years, any type of structure can be damaged and need fence repair. The process for making any fixes is basically the same except that different materials are used in repairing based on the type of fence.

Step #2: Reattach Rails To Firm Posts

When the worst sections of the fence are upright again, look around for any sections that might have detached over time. (nail-fastened fences are notorious for pulling apart when sagging begins. )in some of these cases, the rails have detached, but the posts behind them are still firm and secure! reattach loose rails to firmly anchored fence posts.

How to Fix a Fence

Gates & fencing how to dress up a fence rather than staring at a plain or weathered looking old fence, why not give it a quick d. I. Y. Makeover? here are some super easy ways to give your fence a freshen up, without even picking up a paint brush.

Unless the fence is in a state of serious disrepair, most somewhat-handy homeowners can fix their own fences without calling in professionals. It may be the case that you have a wood fence that has simply aged and weathered and just needs a fresh coat of stain or paint.

chain link fence fabric

Clinging vines, like trumpet vines, attach well to nearly any surface, making ideal to cover almost any fence. Twining vines, like wisteria, and vines with tendrils, like sweet pea, need narrow surfaces to grasp. These vines grow well on a chain link fence.

wood fence posts

Advertisement the components of a wood fence include vertical posts, rails that run horizontally from post to post, and screening material such as boards or pickets. Examine your fence, no matter what its type, and you can probably identify each of these elements.

What is Post Buddy?

After some research online i found that there are quite a few fence post repair solutions. One product in particular called the post buddy system really looked promising. After reading up on it, i ordered 3 sets for under $100.

How to fix a wooden fence gate

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  1. How to Fix a Sagging Gate
  2. How To Repair a Wooden Fence: Its Rails, Posts, Screens, and Gates

How to Fix a Sagging Gate

It’s been a few years since you acquired your house or built your wood gate. Now that beautiful wood has taken the abuse winter weather and summer sun have thrown at it, so it’s beginning to sag to one side or the other.

How To Repair a Wooden Fence: Its Rails, Posts, Screens, and Gates

Environmental conditions such as snow, wind, rain, and rot expose wooden fences to significant damage. Decay mainly affects untreated posts buried in the ground. As a property owner, you must routinely repair your wooden fences. But doing so can sometimes be daunting.

How to fix a picket fence

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  1. How to Repair a Picket Fence
  2. How to fix a picket fence
  3. How To Repair a Wooden Fence: Its Rails, Posts, Screens, and Gates

How to Repair a Picket Fence

Over time, any wooden picket fence will become worn and need some repair. Here are a few tips to make minor repairs to your picket fence so that it will look attractive for years to come.

More by the author: introduction what are your options to fix a broken slat in your picket fence? opt 1 – go to the hardware store or home improvement center to buy a replacement slat. Opt 2 – hire a handyman and have him repair it.

How to fix a picket fence

Picket fences are famous for adding quaint charm to the outer edges of yards and gardens. Although they look like they take a lot of work, they actually aren’t hard to build or to replace. You only need a few basic materials to fix or create a very long fence; after a little practice the process will feel very basic.

How To Repair a Wooden Fence: Its Rails, Posts, Screens, and Gates

Environmental conditions such as snow, wind, rain, and rot expose wooden fences to significant damage. Decay mainly affects untreated posts buried in the ground. As a property owner, you must routinely repair your wooden fences. But doing so can sometimes be daunting.