Coolum’s Eco park is ideal for a wide variety of industrial activity and provides substantial opportunity for business growth.
Author: Mr Fencescape
The Fencescape team showing our support in the walk for Daniel to help raise awareness for children safety.
With the huge mining and liquefied natural gas developments happening in the area, Curtis Island required a lot of heavy duty high security fencing.
Dale and the team at Fencescape Fencing Moreton have been busy at it again with a number of fences built around the Moreton region. There are a variety of different types of fences spanning from Caboolture to Morayfield to Beerburrum, Queensland.
Fencescape Fencing Moreton is helping keep dogs safe and locked up in the Moreton Bay region.
Fencescape Fencing Moreton has been busy building a number of timber fences and retaining walls across the Moreton Bay region.
The Port of Brisbane is the largest in Queensland and the fastest growing port in Australia.
The Fencescape Fencing team on the Sunshine Coast are expert installers of Colorbond fencing, having now installed this style of fence in many homes.
Residents at this Coolum home were hit with a problem when they wanted their structurally unsound back wall rebuilt. A new wall couldn’t simply be built to replace the old one as the exisiting footing was too difficult to remove.
The Fencescape Fencing team on the Sunshine Coast have created this new functional design with the use of Aluminium Slat Screening. Built in the Mooloolaba area, this modern design was created not only for functionality but for privacy as well.
This timber fence is built to be a feature fence around the back yard. The fence has a timber sleeper base for a little extra appeal as well as to keep the dogs in.
Fencescape Fencing completes Colorbond Fences in Golden Beach and Alexandra Headland on the Sunshine Coast
The team has been very busy in Golden Beach building a number of Colorbond fences. The fences were built to replace existing old timber fences. The fences now provide a modern look and feel as well as providing privacy from the neighbours.
The fence is made to be a feature of the properties with 42mm merbau inserts in between the palings. One side has doubled up inserts to give it a raised, textures look and the other side has the merbau inserts sitting flush with the hardwood palings. The fence was built to divide two properties creating privacy for the neighbours. There was no need for any gates to be built.
The fence needed to be a strong fence and constructed to keep their dog inside while they were out and about.
This fencing project is along the rail line to the coal export terminal at Wiggins Island.