Over time we have complied a list of the most frequently asked questions surrounding brush fencing. Take a look at the answers below to determine if a brush fence will be ideal for your property.
How long will the Brush Fence last?
North Shore Brush Fencing build each brush fence to last. We guarantee our work for 5 years and advise our customers that with a little quick and easy maintenance to the roll capping every several years; you will get at least 25 years out of your fence.
What is the difference between a hand thatched brush fence and a panel brush fence?
As there are many differences between a hand thatched and panel brush fence, we have compiled an article detailing the different benefits and reasons for each brush fence option, so you can determine which would be best for you. North Shore Brush Fencing is experienced at building both hand thatched fences and panel brush fences, allowing us to recommend the best brush fence option for your property needs and budget.
Is a Brush Fence Pool Compliant?
One of the biggest advantages of Brush Fencing lies in the fact that the height can be adjusted as needed to suit your landscape. Therefore; you can increase the height of the fence around the pool areas to ensure the fence will be pool compliant.
Who will build our fence?
We have a small team headed by Tony McArthur who have been working together for up to 30 years. We do not subcontract our work out, as we value being able to offer reliable trustworthy service.
Can you create gates in the fence?
Yes, we are often asked to build gates into the fencing. We are able to build a gate out of brush to match your fence, alternatively, we have been asked to build specific gates like wooden Farm Gates, so let us know what you are after and we will advise what we can do.
Will you remove the rubbish/old fence?
We take pride in the fencing that we build and will clean the mess created while building the fence.
Boundary Fences with Neighbours
North Shore Brush Fencing pride themselves on being punctual and reliable. Both of these are particularly important when building boundary fences and neighbours are involved.