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If you are building a new property, you will likely need to organise a fence to be installed. However, the big question is; should you let your builder arrange the fencing installation or should you arrange it yourself?

When deciding who should arrange your fencing installation there are a few important things to consider.

• How much time can you dedicate to choosing a reliable fencing contractor?
• Do you trust your builder’s choice of the contractor?
• How much do you know about your fencing project and how involved you want to be?

These are just a few important factors to take into consideration when deciding if you should arrange the fencing for your project yourself or to have your builder handle it for you.

Want to know more? Check out our blog post

#SecurityFencing #FencingContractors
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If you ever thought #fences were just an eyesore in beautiful scenic photos, this photo is sure to change your mind.

Have you got any unique fence photos? Share them in the comments below, we would love to see them.

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Have you got a wooden fence or gate on your property? With the winter months fast approaching, it brings with it an increased risk of wet rot. But no matter what time of the year it is, a wood fence can be at risk for both wet & dry rot.
But how do you prevent rot affecting your fence?
1 – Understand the difference between wet rot and dry rot. Learn about what rot your fence, in particular, is at risk of.
2 – Think about rot when choosing your fence. Making sure you choose appropriate fencing that will be less susceptible to rot will save you a lot of hassle in the long run.
3 – Make sure to regularly stain your fence, at least once a year. This will help protect it from the elements.
4- Keep the fence clear of foliage and grime. Anything that allows a build up for moisture will encourage rot to develop.
5 – If you notice rot start to appear on your fence line, be proactive. By replacing the affected area, you can prevent the rot spreading to the rest of your fence line.
Sometimes the best way to avoid rot setting in is by choosing an alternative fencing product, such as steel or aluminium.
Check out the wide range of fencing options on offer at K-Line fencing, there is sure to be a fencing solution for your needs.
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Are you looking to improve the security and appearance of your property, at the same time?

That was the goal when John Calvin Christian College came to us. They needed to upgrade their existing fencing to provide additional security while meeting their college’s high-profile image. Our heavy duty garrison fencing provided the perfect fit for their needs.

Check out more about the project by clicking on the link below.

#SchoolFencing #SchoolSecurity #JohnCalvinChristianCollege
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Make sure you have the right fence installed, then you won’t have to worry about if the dog isn’t paying attention while you’re gone. 🐶

#Dogs #SecurityFencing
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What makes K-Line Fencing Group one of the leaders in providing reliable fencing solutions for Perth schools, churches, commercial and industrial properties?

With rapid customer response, our clients know and trust that we are available to answer any questions they may have. And with our free measure and quote service, we save you time and money by providing the right fencing solution every time.

Want to find out more about what makes K-Line Fencing Group the fencing experts? Check out our website to learn more.

#CommercialFencing #SecurityFencing #SchoolFencing #Perth
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There are a few things you would expect that a fence should survive, after all, they are built to stand strong when faced with all sorts of challenges. But I don’t think the design of this fence took into account it may need to double as a scratching post.
#Funny #Fencing #Horse
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In summer we regularly suffer through over 40 degree days. In winter we have weeks on end where we are battered by gale force winds and rain.

Perth’s extreme variety of weather is not just a challenge for your wardrobe. However, it is also a challenge for the fences on your property.

So what is the best material to choose when picking your new fence?

Which fares better in Perth weather?

Timber, Aluminium or Steel?

Take a look at this blog post to find out what fencing you should install to make sure it survives Perth’s weather

#Perth #CommercialFencing #SteelFencing #AluminiumFencing
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When making the decision to have a new fence installed, it’s important to check the projects and what their clients say about them.

K-Line Fencing Group has over 40 years of experience in providing reliable fencing to Perth and surrounding areas. Check out what the team from Hale School had to say about their experience of working with K-Line Fencing Group.

“Hale School have used the services of K-Line Fencing Group for the past 8 years.
We have always been impressed by their level of workmanship and skill in the repairs to our fencing, an integral face to the School’s security.
K-Line Fencing Group always arrives on time to carry out their work required at the school.

K-Line Fencing Group always have the best solution to our fencing requirements. Their range of products certainly assist us when selecting our future fencing needs.
K-Line Fencing Group’s dedication to their customers is the best I’ve seen from any business in years.”
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Are you a fencing contractor in Perth or the surrounding areas?

Looking for a reliable wholesale fencing supplier?

Sick of waiting too long for orders to be filled?

K-Line Fencing Group offer a wide range of fencing supplies, with reliable stock availability. Which means you know your order will be ready for you when you need it. We also offer a trade account system, which takes the hassle out of placing your order.

Want to know more? Check out our website for more details about our wholesale fencing options.

#FencingContractors #WholesaleFencingSupplies #Perth
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