As our business name suggests, Frontline Fences is primarily about supplying and constructing fences, but that isn’t all we do.
The photo above shows chin-up bars, recently installed at a local karate dojo.
We are often called upon to construct made-to-measure storage cages, for both business and residential use.
Screening off our neighbours, even those we do get along with, can be a necessity for privacy in a garden or courtyard. And to allow the air to flow through the enclosed area during the hot summer’s days, with adjustable louvres you can stay both cool and unseen.
Gas bottles, hot water services and pool pumps are a necessity of life, but do we really want them on display? Hide away those tanks and pumps with an attractive enclosure, powder coated to match the decor of your garden.
Call Frontline Fences today on 0755 24 1842 for an obligation free quote.
Choosing the right gate for your property is limited only by your imagination.
A well behaved “best friend” might be happy to watch the passing parade out on the street from the safety of your back yard, so the ideal fence and gate for you may be basic powder coated aluminum, sturdy, secure, serviceable, and pet friendly.
For a little more privacy and security, a locking, low maintenance, timber look powder coated aluminium slat gate may suit your requirements.
If you are looking for the security of a barrier and gate, without losing an attractive view, a great choice would be a semi-frameless glass gate.
Rural properties lend themselves to a more basic gate option, although it must be sturdy and easy to maintain. Whilst wooden gates are still an excellent option, perhaps we can design low maintenance steel gates to suit your needs.
On the street front, a gate’s requirements are two-fold. A matching double gate for vehicle entry, and a single gate for pedestrians can also be coordinated to suit fencing infills in a block fence.
For a rustic property, a pine framed and paled gate may be just what you are looking for.
A beautifully coordinated front fence and gate will add value to any property. This powder coated aluminium slat gate and fence combination offers security, privacy and low maintenance.
As most of our gates are fabricated onsite at our factory in South Tweed Heads, we have unlimited design options available. Bring along your own design or select from one of ours at Frontline Fences, Unit 9/38 Machinery Drive, South Tweed Heads.
When considering the construction of a new fence along either the side boundaries or back
boundary of your property, there are some important points which first must be considered,
especially if the line of the fence is on a sloping site.
Are there any specific council regulations for my property?
Most councils have a height restriction of 1800 mm high boundary fencing, although there are
areas in which a higher fence can be constructed. The best way to find out if there are any
specific regulations to your property is to contact your local council.
Am I limited to having a CCA treated pine timber paling fence?
Not at all! Whilst timber fencing is the easiest fencing option for a sloping site, other
fencing to be considered if privacy isn’t an issue is chainwire fencing, and for complete
privacy and a fence that will remain solid for many years you could consider a Modular Wall.
Aluminium or timber slat screen fencing is another modern alternative, and Colourbond fencing
offers complete privacy and is available in a range of many colours.
Can Colourbond fencing be installed successfully on a sloping site?
Yes, but on mildly sloping sites only. Another aspect to consider is that the stability of a
Colourbond fence can be compromised in a high wind area.
Once you have a fence in mind that will suit your site, your personal taste, and have discussed
the options with any neighbours who are adjoining your property, contact the friendly staff at
Frontline Fences for a free site analysis and quote.
Nothing says spring quite as well as the suns warm rays spreading across the colourful blooms on flowers, tiny new shoots of growth on shrubs and the constant hum of the buzzing bees.
As we head outdoors to enjoy the warmer weather and the lengthening days, now is the time also for some pre-planning around the garden.
Is it time to replace your back yard fence? And how are your side gates performing, can they be opened and closed with ease?
With the new rules imposed by the Tweed Shire Council recently, regarding pool fencing, the time has also come to assess the safety of your pool fence and gate. Is your pool gate closing automatically after you walk through it? And is the Magna-Latch hinging closed, so that a small child cannot open it?
By taking care of the simple necessities of your yard now, you can enjoy the summer months ahead knowing that everything in the garden is well maintained and in good working order.
Begin planning your stress free summer months ahead today by calling Frontline Fences on 07 55 24 1842 and we will arrange a free quote and safety assessment on your fencing and gates requirements today.