Picket Fencing Sydney
Need a Picket Fence for Your Sydney Property? You Just Found the Best
Let us illustrate the difference between our fencing and traditional timber fencing. Let’s say you’ve just installed some lovely white picket fencing from us. Your neighbour installed a lovely picket fence in Sydney on the same day, but theirs is painted timber. For a couple of years, your properties both look beautifully kept and presented. But everyone knows how ruthless the Australian conditions are, especially in the summer. All that UV begins degrading your neighbour’s paint job. After some nasty storms, it’s chipped and scratched in places, too. In as little as one year, your neighbour’s distraught; They tell you there’s a termite infestation eating away at her cheap pine fence. After 8 years, your neighbour has repainted several times, treated the wood for termites three times, and even replaced about a quarter of all the pickets. Meanwhile, all you’ve had to do is occasionally pressure wash your panels to keep them looking almost as good as the day you installed them.
That’s what Think Fencing is happy to offer. Over the years, we’ve spent 1000s of hours on Research and Development to determine what materials, technology, and designs are the most attractive, durable, long-lasting, and easy to assemble and work with. The result is the fence you’re browsing right now, the one that will be the envy of your neighbours and the least demanding part of your home to maintain and care for. With us, you don’t need to choose between quality, accessibility, and style; your fence will be easy to install, last for more than 30 years, and look good from both sides the whole time. No company will sell you a finer picket fence in Sydney; we guarantee it. We also supply other fencing products including picket fence panels. Read More
Why are Our Sydney Picket Fences so Durable?
We use a combination of high tech polymers and processing techniques to create our fencing systems. We developed our PVC composite as a base material as it simply has too many advantages over timber or Colourbond, sometimes the initial cost is higher than other materials however the long term advantages far outweigh this.:
- Your PVC fence has been designed to not absorb water, it will not rot, it will not splinter or warp like timber.
- Our pigment co-extruded layering technique ensures that your fence doesn’t simply have a paint job—the colour is molecularly moulded into it. That means scratches become almost nonexistent in normal conditions, and sunlight degradations will not cause weakness in the structure of the polymer for many years.
- Worried about safety? This is the choice for you. PVC as a material is totally non-toxic, it does not bioaccumulate in the earth, and it meets and beats all international standards for consumer safety. Our fencing is also highly flame resistant because PVC does not continue to burn without some outside source. In other words, your property is much better insulated against sudden fires from an outside source with a fence from us. Think Fencing (leading PVC fencing suppliers in Australia), is also the only PVC fencing company in Australia that has a best practice PVC accreditation. And is a member of the Australian Vinyl Council.
- All the nails and screws involved in putting together a traditional fence can be a headache or an occasional safety hazard, which is why we don’t use them. Our fences use a straightforward system of tabs and rails to lock everything together, and no contractor is required to do it! If you’re the DIY sort of person, this fence is perfect for you.
Picket Fence Supplies in Sydney: Get in Touch for Any Enquiries
One of our main goals is to make things easy for customers, so if you have any doubts or concerns, we’re here to help. You can fill in the enquiry form under “Contact Us” or check our various FAQs sections for basic questions. If you’d like more specific help or guidance with installation, you can call us at 03 5259 2555. We can also supply picket fence in Brisbane. Read Less
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