A number of PVC fences have appeared on the market. They
have mostly been picket fences and the most popular colour is white.
The fences look rather chunky. We are in the middle of negotiating
supply of the materials. Enquiries are welcome.
The "Roman Wall" fence is not actually a fence, but a feature.
It is used in conjunction with a Privacy or
fence. The wall is a flexible sheet that hangs over the top rail
and is fixed to the bottom by screws. It is moulded and textured
to look like sandstone or rock blocks. It lends itself very well
for a corner feature in the backyard.
Horizontal timber slat fences or screens are becoming very
popular lately. There are a number of options in material and width
of slat. Treated pine decking is one, or Merbua and Balau are others.
A fantastic new powder coating system has been developed.
This is a combination of powder coating and image technology. This
new development allows us to make horizontal slat fences from metals
like Aluminium and Steel that have a natural pattern like marble
and woodgrain. A great discovery.
We are currently undertaking development work on fixed or rotating
powdercaoted aluminium louvres for screens or windows. At
this stage we do not have a saleable product yet, but enquiries
are very welcome.
We have just finished development work on small picket strips
above privacy or
fences. We have two types and we can show you photo's. One is made
from Steel and one from Aluminium. This is a different way to "dress
up" a privacy fence.
The topic of the day is the dwindeling water resources of this beautiful
country of ours. Councils are encouraging home owners to install
water tanks for garden and outside cleaning use. The problem is
where am I going to put such a monster. This is the answer here!!
A very narrow (skinny) water tank that was produced to be
bolted to the brick wall of the house. The tank is produced by Nylex,
a very reputable plastics manufacturer. We are adapting this tank
to become a free standing tank that can run parallel to say the
fence. Tucked away in the rear of the backyard or next to the vegy
patch hidden by a slat or lattice screen.