Rural Fencing Western Australia

Rural Fencing Contractors Western Australia

Rural Fencing Western Australia

There are many types of fences available for farm use which are created for the practical purpose of keeping animals and livestock in their designated areas on your property. The type of barrier you need depends on what your use, including what type of animals you would like to contain.

Rural options are usually simple, durable and practical, providing years of use with minimal maintenance. Team Work Fencing Contractors also offer repair services if your existing installation requires repair.

Types of Rural Fencing

Post and Rail fences are most commonly found on the property of someone with horses. It works well in keeping horses where they need to be and delivers an aesthetically-pleasing look.

Cattle yards are almost exclusively used by people who own horses or cattle. Cattle yards are made of steel, have several gates and often feature a ramp which can assist in loading the animals into trucks.

Wire fencing is cost-effective and durable, and can keep your animals contained or discourage unwanted visitors from trespassing. Wire, whether plain wire through posts, wire mesh, or any combination, are visually unobtrusive yet still provide a clear boundary for anyone wandering nearby.

Hinge joint and other options designed to build areas for animals, such as nettings, chicken wire, chain mesh and farm lock, are all used primarily in farm settings. However, you may want one of these types of fences, particularly chicken wire, to surround your garden because it is unobtrusive and keeps the vermin out of your vegetables.

Electric fences are great for keeping aggressive livestock within a specified area. It may also be used for security reasons, but it may not be permitted in many residential areas.

Environmentally – Friendly Rural WA Fencing

Wooden rural fences are made of renewable resources and have minimal environmental impact, and the metal used to create wire fencing can be recycled. TWF takes great care to consider the environment and create the least impact when designing installations.

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