BFC Fencing has been servicing commercial and residential clients on the gold coast for 8 years. Competitive rates and priority service has been the cornerstone of the BFC Fencing business.
Not only does BFC Fencing supply and install fences, we also construct retaining walls, decks, patio covers and landscapes. Fully licensed and insured, BFC will get your job done the way you want it with peace of mind.
We install glass, metal, timber and brick/block structures. Quality product, quality installation and outstanding service: Call today for an obligation free quote.
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- 29 dawnann fence - View to right side from inside property view document
- 29 dawnann fence 2 - view of fence and retainer on 27 dawnann side view document
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Frequently Asked Questions
Well here's a tricky one.. It totally depends on what height your wall is and the load its carrying. Sometimes, pine can't be used because its just not strong enough. Once a wall exceeds 1400mm in height, timber is pretty much out anyway. Personally, I won't use Pine for anything over 600mm in height. Even then its 200mm x 75mm thick in post and whalers. Use hardwood if you can, but either way, drain the wall properly or whatever you use won't work for any prolonged period.How high can i build my fence?
That depends largely on your local council. It seems these days 2.0m is acceptable in most areas without special approval. If in doubt, check with your local council first.How much more is a Colorbond fence?
A lot of the time this answer will depend on the ground level.
Assuming that a standard fence is 6 foot (1800mm) high, a colorbond fence on flat ground will be about $10-$15/meter more than a butted timber fence.. BUT consider what you're getting. Mainatinence free termite free fence in a colour of your choice with a 10year manufacturers warranty. Over time, that extra money upfront will save you plenty.
Things change when the ground is not flat, and the fence needs to be raked (cut to an angle to paralell the ground). That can often involve taller sheets which means more$$ to get the same result. But still better than timber!!!!
View to right side from inside property
view of fence and retainer on 27 dawnann side
View down right hand side form front, before return fence was fitted
rear view fo fence whilst construction of side still in progress