TIMBER PALING FENCES

What is a Timber Paling Fence?

The Timber Paling Fences are the unassuming yet robust style you normally find as a rear or side fence on a residential property. It is typically built using Cypress Posts with treated pine plinth, rails and palings. 150mm Treated Pine Palings are nailed to the rails separated by an approximately 50mm gap.  A 100mm paling is then nailed over the gap. *The palings should lap 25mm each side. There is the option of using all hardwood materials if desired or concrete posts. Hardwood or concrete posts are recommended and used in high wind areas for Timber Fences. Posts are generally placed 600mm in the ground. Our posts are stabilized using cement stabilized soil. This is industry standard using 7kg of cement per posthole. If the soil is sandy or the fence will be in a high wind area the posts will go a further 300mm in the ground using 10kg of cement per post as the Estimator deems necessary to ensure a strong, durable paling fence.

Brush Fencing

What is a Rake and Low Panel

Often where the paling fence approaches the front of your block it can obscure your view when reversing your vehicle or exiting your property.You may even prefer to not feel so enclosed in the front yard. This is where you can choose to have what are called a rake (sloping) and low panels. There is generally 2.7m between posts and this distance is what is referred to as a panel. The low height is usually between 850mm-1m high.

Things to Note:

Often where the paling fence approaches the front of your block it can obscure your view when reversing your vehicle or exiting your property.You may even prefer to not feel so enclosed in the front yard. This is where you can choose to have what are called a rake (sloping) and low panels. There is generally 2.7m between posts and this distance is what is referred to as a panel. The low height is usually between 850mm-1m high.

Brush Fencing on Concealed Post.

Often where the paling fence approaches the front of your block it can obscure your view when reversing your vehicle or exiting your property.You may even prefer to not feel so enclosed in the front yard. This is where you can choose to have what are called a rake (sloping) and low panels. There is generally 2.7m between posts and this distance is what is referred to as a panel. The low height is usually between 850mm-1m high.

SERVICE OVERVIEW

When it comes to choosing a Fence Contractors in Melbourne or Fence contractors Carrum Downs to transform and add value to your home by Timber Paling Fences, quality and trust should never be compromised. Working with a Fencing professional is an absolute must. With over 15 years experience and a real focus on customer satisfaction, you can rely on us for your next Brush, Corral or Timber Fencing. Our Fence Installation are carried out by fully trained staff to the highest professional standards. Always on time and on budget.

TC Fencing & Carpentry has proven results for setting exceptional standards in cost control, planning, scheduling and project safety in the Fence Contracting Business. We have experience that gives us a competitive advantage over others in our field.

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