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The Best Fencing Contractors in Canberra

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A quality fence serves a multitude of purposes, from keeping your pets safe in your own garden to adding a stunning finishing touch to your property renovation. Whatever the reason is, if you’re on a mission for the perfect fence, you’ll need someone to remove your old fence (if you have one) and then build and install the new fence.

To ensure you get exactly what you’re looking for, we’ve done our research and consulted local knowledge and real-life experience. From that, we have put together this list of the top three fencing contractors in Canberra.

Let’s get right to it.

What makes a reliable fencing contractor?

Not sure what you are looking for in a fencing contractor? Don’t fret. We suggest keeping a sharp eye out for the following promising traits:

  • Years of experience. Practice surely does make perfect. If you want the slickest fence of your street, work with a fencing contractor with years on on-the-job experience.
  • A gorgeous gallery of past work. A gallery of past work is a fantastic way to gauge the quality of workmanship you can expect. The best in the industry would be more than happy to show you such a gallery – most even display before and afters on their website.
  • Specialists. Looking for a fence made from an uncommon or specialist material? No worries. Search for a contractor with expertise specific to that material or fencing technique.
  • Well priced. Don’t overpay! The best fencing contractors in Canberra charge a fair price for their top-quality service.
  • Long lasting product. When all is said and done, your fence should last you years, if not decades. That’s a sure-fire sign of excellent quality.

The top fencing contractors in Canberra according to you

RiotACT’s editorial team has combed through 19 years of on-site comments to compile a list of the most recommended businesses according to you.

To be listed in our Best of Canberra series, each business needs to have consistently received positive feedback on RiotACT and maintain a minimum average of 4/5 stars on both Google and Facebook reviews.

Now, here are our top picks for fencing contractors in the Canberra region.

Inbound Fencing Canberra

Do you specifically want a ColorBond fence? Look no further than Inbound Fencing Canberra. The team of fencing and gate experts are equipped with years of experience and specialist knowledge relating to ColorBond fencing.

Their top-quality services include ColorBond fence installation, repair, and replacement, ColorBond gates, pool fencing, fence removal, and much more.

Old 2 New Fencing

Turn your tired fence into a practical work of art with the passionate team at Old 2 New Fencing. Old 2 New specialises in the removal and replacement of weathered, rotten, out-dated timber fencing.

From privacy screens to retaining walls to pool fencing and gates, the team at Old 2 New guarantee to offer you the best price and deliver on customer satisfaction.

Eagle Eye Fencing ACT

Servicing Canberra and surrounding regions, Eagle Eye Fencing ACT offer no-obligation quotes, old fence removal, competitive prices, and friendly service. Whatever the material you’re after, the team at Eagle Eye can get the job done.

Who did you pick?

Thanks to our commenters who have provided insightful feedback on the best and worst Canberra Fencing Contractors.

If you believe we have got it wrong, please let us know.

Have you had a fence built around your home or property in the Canberra region? Who did you work with? Share your experience in the comments section below.


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vintage123 2:46 pm 02 Jul 15

Mazda2600 said :

I agree that normal metal fences are flimsy but if you think outside the box a bit you can do the fence in colourbonded corrugated iron using double sheets. You can have whatever colour you want on either side, being double sheeted it is immensely strong and it is cheaper than using the standard metal fencing

On one of our developments clients specified different coloured fences due to variable coloured home fascades. Easiest solution. Double sheet colourbond. One colour sheet on one side, different colour sheet on the other. Obviously you have to spray one sides posts and upper and lower rails. But you can get cans of colourbond matching colours. Yes it is a little more expensive but not much as most of the cost is in the labour and the time to dig holes, concrete posts and align fence. The sheets are considerably priced do to double up is reasonable, they have profiles which slide back to back easy enough. The time to spray posts and rails on one side is and hour or two.

daveash 2:32 pm 02 Jul 15

Before you decide on an aluminium fence, have a look around and see how many have been dented,painted on or kicked in by idiots. I admit aluminium looks better until the above damage occurs. You can get treated wood fences- termite free.!

Maya123 1:50 pm 02 Jul 15

Mazda2600 said :

I agree that normal metal fences are flimsy but if you think outside the box a bit you can do the fence in colourbonded corrugated iron using double sheets. You can have whatever colour you want on either side, being double sheeted it is immensely strong and it is cheaper than using the standard metal fencing

Unfortunately unlikely to be acceptable to a neighbour who already has some fences done in another material and wants to match this fence to that, even if the colour doesn’t suit their neighbour. Divisive.

Mazda2600 1:06 pm 02 Jul 15

I agree that normal metal fences are flimsy but if you think outside the box a bit you can do the fence in colourbonded corrugated iron using double sheets. You can have whatever colour you want on either side, being double sheeted it is immensely strong and it is cheaper than using the standard metal fencing

Maya123 11:40 am 02 Jul 15

Holden Caulfield said :

Please, for the love of humanity, ban Colorbond fences!

I understand the practical reasons for this material, but it’s just so ugly.

No more!

They also cause conflict between neighbours. “I want a brown one,” says one neighbour. “Yuk,” says another. “So dated. I prefer yellow.” “No, too bright,” says another neighbour, “I want green.” None of this happens with the standard wooden fence.
From my observation, those who put in fences first get to dictate their preferences to the neighbours. Some neighbours don’t care what colour it is, or are bullied into having a certain colour. Then some unfortunate resident ends up with one neighbour wanting to replace the fence on one side with green, while the neighbour on the other side wants another colour, so that all their fences will be the same colour. Meanwhile the poor resident in between this is likely to have each fence a different colour, so that their neighbours can have all the same colour.
I tell you, when one of my neighbours wants to replace the side fence between us with dark green, to match their other hideous green fence, there will be disagreement. The other neighbour has been trying to get me to replace a still good wooden fence with a yellowish metal fence, so that all their fences will match, after they were pressured by another neighbour to have a metal fence. These cause too much conflict, bulling and disagreement.
Metal fences don’t hold up well against being run into either, but if you don’t mind bumps on your fence, that’s okay.

Holden Caulfield 11:15 am 02 Jul 15

Please, for the love of humanity, ban Colorbond fences!

I understand the practical reasons for this material, but it’s just so ugly.

No more!

seansimons15 4:30 am 02 Jul 15

I am not sure of any fencing contractors in your area. However, I can tell you that the way I usually find any contractor is by asking my close friends and family for a few ideas. Once I have a small list of companies from them, I usually do some research on those companies online by reading reviews. This helps me narrow my search down to a few companies whom I meet with and get a quote from. Good luck!

http://www.conceptfencing.net.au

Acton 9:32 pm 01 Feb 15

A few years ago my neighbour organised quotes to replace our wooden fence with an aluminium slat fence.
We chose Argus Home Improvements on the basis of being an established/reliable local business as we didn’t want the hassle of a dodgy job:
http://www.argushomeimprovements.com.au/products/slat-fencing-gates
The fence is still looking good. Recommended if you want a feature fence.
Just be aware that not all aluminium slat fences can bear a load, so not all will support a hedge.

cantanga 10:16 pm 31 Jan 15

No boundaries fencing. Reliable friendly and did a good job for us mid last year.

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