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BRUSHWOOD FENCING

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PALING FENCES

Up To 2.1m
Standard paling, Lapped paling and Lap and cap paling.

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PICKET FENCING

Treated Decorative Picket Fences and Gates.
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BALISTRADES & HANDRAILS

Pre-primed and treated moulded timber handrails and balistrades.
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HORIZONTAL SLAT FENCES

Slat screens can be fixed over existing walls and fences and are ideal for privacy screens and shade screens. Modernise your home with the new range of stained timber screens and fences!

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Horizontal Slat Fences and Screens can provide privacy while maintaining good looks!

Slats are available in 42mm, 66mm and 90mm widths and come in treated and primed pine or selected hardwoods. Timber Slat Fencing


DECKS & PERGOLAS

All Day Fencing can combine your fence, pergola and decks to create a uniform transformation of your property. Choose or match your preferred style from our menu and call or email us for a quotation.
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RETAINING WALLS

Retaining walls may look like simple stacked stone, block, or timber. But in fact, they're carefully engineered systems that wage an ongoing battle with gravity. They restrain tons of saturated soil that would otherwise slump and slide away from a foundation or damage the surrounding landscape.
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RETAINING WALLS - TREATED PINE
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RETAINING WALLS - CONCRETE
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Block - Finishes available
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CUSTOM TIMBER GATES

Solid Mortise & Tenon Construction
Primed and treated timber
*25 year limited warranty!
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Colonial  Collingwood  Heritage  Federation  Victorian

From Medieval and Gothic inspired designs through Victorian, Georgian and Federation eras, to contemporary designs.

Driveway Gates

Sliding Gates

Choose your preferred gate design


DESIGN A GATE!

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Fence Posts and Caps
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How to measure your gates!

1. Measure the opening size where the gate is to be located (side to side).
2. Deduct 16mm for clearance for single gates, or 24mm for double gates.
3. Measure the height of your opening on both sides. Deduct 40mm for clearance from the largest measurement. If your land is not level the gate can be trimmed up to 50mm to fit.
4. Select the style of gate you require.
5. Choose a decorative motif from the picture (optional).

Manufacture takes 7 to 10 days.
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What is a dividing fence?

Dividing Fence

A dividing fence is a fence that separates the land of different owners whether the fence is on the common boundary of adjoining lands or on a line other than the common boundary. A dividing fence does not include a retaining wall.

A “sufficient fence” is:

a fence prescribed by a local government local law;
a fence of any standard agreed upon by adjoining owners provided that it does not fall below the standard rescribed by the relevant local government local law;
a substantial fence that is ordinarily capable of resisting the trespass of cattle and sheep; or
a fence determined by a Magistrate in a Magistrates Court to be a sufficient fence.

Note: A fence which accords with (c) or (d) is only a sufficient fence where no local law or agreement is made.

If you decide to erect a dividing fence of a higher standard than a sufficient fence without obtaining the agreement of the adjoining owner, you may only claim half the cost of erecting and maintaining a sufficient fence, as defined above.

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Does the Dividing Fences Act 1961 apply to everyone?

No. The Act does not bind the Crown, so where the adjoining land is owned by the Commonwealth, state or a local government and is used for public purposes (for example, roads parks or government offices) the local government or Commonwealth or state government department is not required to contribute to the costs of erecting or maintaining a dividing fence.

The Act does not interfere with agreements, contracts or covenants relating to dividing fences between owners of adjoining land. It may be worth checking your Certificate of Title or with the Department of Land Information to enquire whether there are any covenants relating to dividing fences between you and adjoining landowners. Any agreement, contract or covenant relating to dividing fences overrides the Act.

LEGAL OBLIGATIONS

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Good fences make good neighbours

Document Actions by Kate Rogers, Law Society of NSW October 2005

If you don't want a fence on the boundary of your property, are you obliged to have one?
The answer is Yes.

The question of fences is, surprisingly, such an important one that it warrants its own legislation — the Dividing Fences Act (NSW).

Some blocks of land may have their own positive building covenants which require the erection of quite specific fencing. This might occur in a new estate where the developer is trying to achieve a consistent look to the overall design.

Letters for your neighbours re: Fencing
Most commonly, a covenant in relation to fencing will be one put on by the developer, stating that the owner can't ask the developer to contribute to the cost. The general rule with dividing fences is that the neighbours split the cost 50/50. If both neighbours can agree on the location, style and cost, then they can simply proceed. It is, however, desirable to record the agreement in writing.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS

Local council set the laws by which fences are to comply, usually detailed in the Local Development Control Plan, (obtained through your local council). For this reason different council shires can have different policies in regard to fencing, so no one rule can apply to all fences. Front fences often have to comply with council requirements, whereas side or boundary fences rairly do.

When considering the design of your new fence it is wise to consult with the local area council inspector to see if any particular laws may apply in your situation.

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In general, you are allowed to replace a fence with a similar style, height and design without prior approval. If you property does not have a fence, it would be reasonable to assume the council would approve a new fence if it was similar to the surrounding existing fences, but a check with the local council is advised.

If the fence you require is a dividing fence between yourselves and other private residences, it would also be reasonable to assume the council would not have any issues if both the neighbours whose properties the fence divides, are in agreement.

As a general rule, most councils do not require approval for dividing fences under 1.8m, (6 feet) in height, or front fences under 1 metre.



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ABOUT US

All Day Fencing specialise in the manufacture and installation of fencing, gates and retaining walls throughout Australia.

With branches over Australia, All Day Fencing have the capacity, manpower and expertise to deliver your next project, residential, civil or commercial, on time and on budget.

You are helping to build our reputation! That’s because so much of our work comes from referrals and repeat business. It’s our attention to detail, passion for your project and willingness to listen, be flexible and charge fairly that’s won us many friends over the past decade.

Our service extends to Strata Managers, Property Developers, Civil Contractors, Builders, Landscape Architects and many more professionals who require a reliable, efficient and cost effective solution to their fencing, screening and access requirements.

Whether you need decorative fencing, security, acoustic, retaining, wind or fire protection, All Day Fencing can provide the perfect solution! Bring the beauty of the Australian bush into your backyard with our range of natural brushwood and tea tree fences, or modernise your home with our new timber slat, or frameless glass fences and screens.


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All Day Fencing are Australias largest group of independant fencing companies! We have branches in all states and regional areas Whether you need decorative fencing, security, acoustic, retaining, wind or fire protection, All Day Fencing can provide the perfect solution! Bring the beauty of the Australian bush into your backyard with our range of natural brushwood and tea tree fences, or modernise your home with our new timber slat, or frameless glass fences and screens.


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