Picket fencing will enhance and beautify the presentation of your property.
Picket fencing can be ornate and decorative to fit with properties built in the 1930’s, 40’s or 50’s. The use of “Windsor” or “Tudor” pickets and decorative laser cut “motif panels” can look very much in keeping with the age of particular properties.
For more modern properties the use of Cypress or Merbau decking and Lipped Capping will compliment the property.
Laser cut panels may also be incorporated in picket fencing to enhance the presentation.
Our Gallery shows many options which may be appropriate for your property.
All picket fencing needs to be painted to preserve the timber. We recommend the most effective way to paint a picket fence is to paint the frame once installed and then paint the pickets once fixed onto the frame.
You should apply at least 2 solid coats. Even better – undercoat and 2 top coats with branded exterior paint.
We can recommend a painter for you, if you would prefer to have it painted professionally.
We recommend that painting of your new fence be undertaken as soon as practical following installation. This will ensure long term protection for your new fence and gates.Back to Gallery