Fencing Adelaide Gardens With A Range Of Fencing Types Available With Installation.
Licensed fencing installers Adelaide residents use from Visual Landscape Gardening have been fencing Adelaide homes for over 30 years.
The following list contains the most popular types of fencing Adelaide home owners choose.
Note: While these are the most popular fencing options, feel free to discuss other fencing solutions you would like for your garden with the team of licensed fencing contractors from Visual Landscape Gardening.
Steel Sheet Fencing Panels
Many homes in Adelaide have steel sheet fencing panels erected on the boundary to their neighbours. These can be either the cheap post and rail fencing configuration with the sheeting visible to one neighbour and the post and rails visible to the other, or if erected more recently could be using the Good Neighbour Fencing system that does not require rails on either side of the fence.
There are many Good Neighbour fence colours to choose from and several sheeting designs to suit your gardens theme, with lattice panels available to complete the fence off at the top as well.
Steel fencing is perfect for privacy, is strong and maintenance free; just requiring you to keep the bottom free of water, earth or garden waste build up to avoid rust.
Aluminium Tubular Fencing Panels
Aluminium fences erected using aluminium tubular fence panels offers the perfect solution to people wanting security while still able to enjoy the view.
Available with an endless range of Dulux powder coat colours, tubular fencing panels also come with many design options to suit your garden’s theme and can incorporate matching gates; either hinged or sliding that can be manual or automated, level or arched.
Glass Fencing Panels
Glass panel fencing is often used as pool fencing around swimming pools, outdoor spas; especially adjacent to indoor windows, providing an uninterrupted view to the pool or outside area.
There are two types of glass pool fencing,
frameless pool fencing; attached to stainless steel spiggots, or semi frameless pool fencing, depending on the look you’re wanting to achieve and your budget.
Traditional wooden picket fencing is still popular with a choice of heights and decorative options, or you can choose; with advances in modern manufacturing, ‘Modwood®’, made from recycled plastic that looks like timber but won’t warp or fade as fast, making it a good low maintenance option for those after a natural timber look.
Important Note on Fencing:
Installing fencing does require the fencing installer or contractor to be licensed.
Landscaping company Visual Landscape Gardening are licensed fencing installers in Adelaide who have the knowledge and experience to install your choice of fence correctly, complying with all local council and state regulations.