- What areas do you service?
- Do you do free quotes?
- Are cyclone fencing, chainmesh fencing, chainlink fencing and chainwire fencing the same product?
- What are the basic options for chainmesh fencing?
- What height does the chainmesh come in?
- What height is a standard security fence?
- What colours does chainmesh fencing come in?
- What is galvanizing?
- What is PVC?
- What is powdercoating?
- What size gates can we get?
- Can we have sliding gates?
- Can you build a fence on a concrete slab?
- Can you build a fence on bitumen?
- Do you supply only for DIY?
- Can you do small jobs?
- Do you do temporary fencing?
- Can you supply shadecloth for the fence?
What areas do you service?
We service the Greater Melbourne area
Do you do free quotes?
Guardian Fencing provides no obligation free quotes. Some jobs can be priced simply by the client providing some basic information and, if possible, a digital photo. In many cases a site visit is required, which is free of charge.
Are cyclone fencing, chainmesh fencing, chainlink fencing and chainwire fencing the same product?
Cyclone, chainmesh, chainlink and chainwire fencing are the same fencing product. For examples, please visit our gallery.
What are the basic options for chainmesh fencing?
The basic options for chainmesh fencing are as follows:
- A rail-less fence with horizontal support cables.
- Continuous top rail.
- Continuous top and bottom rails.
- Strands of barbed wire or razor wire.
- Choice of finish (galvanized or PVC coated)
What height does the chainmesh come in?
Chainmesh is available in the following heights(mm): 900, 1200, 1500, 1800, 2100, 2400, 3000 and 3600. However, it can be custom made to your requirements
What height is a standard security fence?
The standard chainmesh security fence is usually 1800mm high. If you add three strands of barbed wire the total height is 2300mm.
What colours does chainmesh fencing come in?
The colour choices are galvanized, black or green. The black or green option has a galvanized core wire with a top PVC coating.
What is galvanizing?
Galvanizing is a process by which a corrosive metal is coated with a non-corrosive metal, usually zinc. All steel used by Guardian Fencing is galvanized.
What is PVC?
PVC is an abbreviation for polyvinyl chloride. This is a plastic coating with many applications, including the coating of chainmesh wire to give it a more aesthetic appearance.
What is powdercoating?
Powdercoating is a process by which paint powder is sprayed on a surface and then oven baked to form a smooth, hard wearing coating. Guardian Fencing can powdercoat galvanized steel to match the colour of PVC coated chainmesh.
What size gates can we get?
Gates are generally either for pedestrian or vehicle use. We custom make all gates from 600mm wide up to 18 metres wide.
Can we have sliding gates?
Sliding gates are a great option when space is limited. Guardian Fencing also custom make sliding gates.
Can you build a fence on a concrete slab?
Yes, the posts can have a base plate attached which can then be bolted to a concrete slab.
Can you build a fence on bitumen?
The best method for bitumen is to neatly cut the bitumen and install the post into a concrete footing.
Do you supply only for DIY?
Guardian Fencing is more than happy to supply materials for clients who wish to erect the fence themselves.
Can you do small jobs?
Guardian Fencing has successfully taken on some of the largest fencing jobs in Australia, such as the Albert Park Grand Prix but we are also take on minor repairs and small jobs requiring only an hour or two.
Do you do temporary fencing?
We can supply temporary fencing. Our product is built like a traditional fence and is more robust than the concrete block and panel variety.
Can you supply shadecloth for the fence?
Guardian can supply and install shadecloth to the chainmesh fence. Shadecloth comes in either black or green.