Farm fencing

Hereford Valley

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9 years 6 months
Submitted by admin on Sat, 03/10/2018 - 16:41
BitPost timber stain and preserver is developed with the environment in mind. BitPost is a one coat stain that will extend the life of your fences and wooden structures.
An alternative to creosote or carbolineum based products which have been limited or banned in many countries due to the introduction of stricter environmental regulations.
 
Contact: Nick Newell
Address: Street, Suburb, State, P-code
Telephone: 0429011933
Email: sales@herefordvalley.com
WWW: www.herefordvalley.com

Waratah Fencing

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9 years 6 months
Submitted by admin on Sat, 03/10/2018 - 16:41
Waratah is the leading Australian fencing brand that doesn't just develop and manufacture premium fencing products, but provides fencing solutions.
 
Waratah is the brand that can be trusted to not let you down. We have earned our reputation by developing innovative products to meet the needs of rural farming for 130 years. Quality raw materials and a proven manufacturing process are the reasons why a Waratah fence is a great investment.
 
Our value is measured not in terms of price, but the premiums of long-lasting performance, ease of handling and savings on labour and maintenance costs.

Contact: Waratah Fencing
Address: Australia wide
Telephone: 13 10 80

Real-Crete (Creative outdoor solutions)

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9 years 6 months
Submitted by admin on Sat, 03/10/2018 - 16:41

We manufacture a variety of post and rail concrete that is reinforced with reo in our patented molds that are almost indistinguishable from real wood.
our range includes a modern 2 and 3 rail fence in a variety of natural earth tones and a rustic post and rail which we guarantee that every one of our rustic rails are different.

We also manufacture a large range of concrete sleepers that are used for garden beds to small, medium and large retaining walls with provided engineering up to 2.4 meters. We can organize freight as well as supply galvanized steel and garden supplies like soil and rocks.

As a testament our products were one of the few surviving structures during black Friday.

Contact: James Reeves
Address: 355 Bungaree - Wallace rd. Bungaree Vic. 3352
Telephone:  03 5334 0600
Email: paul@realcrete.com.au
WWW: www.realcrete.com.au

Fence Line Solutions

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9 years 6 months
Submitted by admin on Sat, 03/10/2018 - 16:41

Fence Line Solutions offers a range of fencing products and tools designed to make fencing faster and easier.

Contact: Sharon Barrett
Address: PO Box 301, Wandiligong, VIC 3744
Telephone: (03) 5755 1334 or 0427 575 555
Email: psb2@westnet.com.au
WWW: http://www.fencelinesolutions.com.au

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