|This Marsfield job 1st needed a new sheet steel privacy fence to hide a non-compliant timber paling fence. I had to lift some deck boards to allow digging new post holes through the structure ...||then we installed an array of different height alum slat panels on stepped side fence (concrete besser-block) to raise its effective height to >1.8m & installed in a way to not create a climb-down issue for compliance ...||the clients now have more privacy & an attractive pool area that is low maintenance. Refer to their testimonial to see how I relieved their stress dealing with the council order.||This Arcadia job was a combination glass (by First Class Glass) & alum pool fence (by us). The magic views from home across pool to valleys beyond were framed by the Monument coloured alum pool fence.|
|Partnered with my First Class Glass glazier mates on combination glass/alum project ...||where I installed aluminium pool fence & gate at end of pool ...||also a large alum slat privacy panel at end of patio. 2nd stage work was to install 3 gates in same alum slat panels to utility rooms under the patio.||We replaced a very rotten timber slat balustrade on two townhouse upstairs patios in Pennant Hills ...|
|In Galston we raised the side boundary fence (that was too low) by adding a layer of palings to their pool side,||... then replaced a rusted steel filter box (that was climbable)||... with a tall Western Red Cedar cladded filter shed (custom made kit order).||... we installed Jasper (colour) tubular aluminium vertical slat balustrades ...|
|We reduced the size of pool area at this Westleigh home, with a combination monument colour tubular aluminium & frameless glass pool fence.||... I also installed a sheet steel filter-box.||This pool fence in Ryde was climbable from a concrete block garden wall outside it - so I extended posts then installed a black alum frame above it & clad it with a clear polycarbonate shield. This is the least noticeable option for a tubular pool fence height extension.||
... fixed to large section aluminium posts fixed to their timber patio posts & beams.
No more painting or timber maintenance!
|In this North Epping project we replaced both side boundary fence (lapped & capped timber paling) ...||
& internal pool fence (charcoal
|... & neighbours side gate.||This gate & fence are intended to keep a young child away from the dangers of the backyard.|
|Like the Berowra job below, this St-Ives pool filter box on boundary fence could be climbed down onto, so we built a pergola over it after we raised the fence to compliant height.||My Berowra client needed dual gates to cover a very large span - so I installed these tall aluminium slat gates hung off large section steel posts (all powder-coated Woodland Grey)||... I also replaced an old heavy timber gate nearby||This near new paling boundary fence in Turramurra was not high enough due to a sleeper installed along base - so I raised the fence with a slat & installed a new rear tubular alum pool fence to isolate problems with rear boundary fence & filter box|
|This rusted & under-height steel fence in St-Ives was supporting a vigorous growing vine very close to the pool ...||so our team removed the vine & pool fence, then installed a new tubular alum fence to match other existing pool fence||we had some tricky rocks to navigate ...||then cut through a garden area to isolate the boundary fence that had many compliance issues.|
|As stage 2 job (see 4 rows below) I installed a matching white alum slat gate to rear of carport.||Every section of this Wahroonga pool barrier was non-compliant, so we replaced the side boundary with capped butted paling fence, ...||then installed a charcoal alum pool fence to isolate much of the other yard & house areas.||The pool filter box at base of staircase was a tricky challenge to solve but a tall raked tubular panel & clear polycarbonate shield worked well for our happy client (see Andronicus testimonial)|
|This side boundary fence was not high enough & had climbable (non-compliant) lattice at top ...||so we removed the lattice panels (over 25m) then installed 2 slats of sawn treated pine to follow slope of fence & ensure no more than 10mm gaps||This old brushwood fence was deemed non-compliant by council. As it bordered the driveway the client was stressed,||... so I replaced it with a butted timber paling fence after confirming with council their requirements for this site.|
|This Mt Colah home had a very large pool area with a non-compliant pool fence ...||So the owner Di & I re-designed the area to reduce by isolating problematic boundary fence & inner fence issues - I even re-used 3 curved panels to save her $$$.||This Terry Hills job was challenging with every raked panel a different angle - but we got it right to follow the contours & ensure gaps under were compliant.||My fence is behind the pool area in this beautiful home - obviously hard to see amongst the garden.|
|These deck mounted pool fence posts failed the strength test, so we reinforced them with short black steel posts concreted in ground next to deck & fitted flat bar stays in between ...||... now a very solid & safe pool deck (without need to rip-out & replace the fence & deck). Outcome was a very happy client!||Here in Normanhurst our team did combination of glass & aluminium pool fence. I also raised the side fence with a treated timber slat.||This Roseville rumpus room sliding door led out to the pool area, so we installed a tubular pool fence & gate alcove. Now the kids in street cannot go through garage & rumpus to the pool area.|
|This was an extra tall paling fence with paling heights tapering from 2.4m to 2.0m due to ground slope under coping.||This was an interesting shield design to stop climbing along outside edge of deck boards & onto the pool fence.||These white aluminium slat screens on a Westleigh carport really transformed both inside ...||and outside perspectives. The beauty of powder-coated alum, is no painting upon install or future as with timber slats!|
|This was an interesting job to design & build a chunky picket fence as side boundary in Killara ...||The clients brief was "I want something different to the usual sawn paling fence - but want to keep the rabbits out".||The sleeper retaining wall was capped for a neat finish & to keep those rabbits out.||This Killara rental property had badly rusted steel posts & gate - so we completely replaced the pool fence with black aluminium.|
|We had a massive pool area to install black tubular aluminium fence & gates, all sloped & angles, to replace non-compliant ARC steel wire fencing.||We also installed charcoal aluminium slat screens along 15m side fence ...||to effectively raise the height to over 1.8m of a timber paling fence that sloped from 1.8m down to only 1m.||You'll find the client Sue's testimonial on the relevant web page - in short she is very happy!|
|The pool in this backyard in Wahroonga takes prominence where owners never had to isolate it - until now with the plan to sell ...||so I had to get creative about where to run the internal fencing ...||as well as replaced an old ARC side boundary fence with new timber fence.||The owners are very happy with the outlook & have less to worry about when grand-children visit.|
|These Turramurra clients bought a home with no pool fence & they had a toddler & new baby born day of move-in||... so we urgently installed this charcoal aluminium pool-fence to give them peace of mind !||
This West Pennant Hills glass fence was non-compliant with large gaps underneath & next to post - so I fixed clear polycarbonate shields which are hard to see but strong !
This Wahroonga steel pool fence was non-compliant with gaps just 5mm over standard - so I fixed aluminium angles to inside posts which are hard to see but strong - the gaps now comply !
|This Carlingford pool fence made from Oxworks black tubular aluminium was a large & tricky job !||we had to fully enclose the pool - it was sloped at either end ...||& 2 sides were curved ...||plus had to deal with step-ups to ensure No Climb Zone & gap rules were not breached.|
|This was a challenging job to replace a rusted sheet steel filter box with a "The Filter Box Company" flat-pack DIY product ...||that was big enough to fit the equipment but not too high to be within the 900mm No Climb Zone arc drawn from top of nearby side boundary fence + outside the 500mm wide exclusion zone below.||Compliance was a key requirement along with a neat result. I collaborated with Tongarra Pools who supplied the box & did filter equipment upgrade during the project.||After cutting out a trench in pavers & setting treated timber plinth flush with pavers (to keep height down) - I filled the base with blue metal.|
|This new pool in Hornsby (by Crystal Pools) was part of a complete backyard renovation ...||
and WOW what a marvelous transformation heh!
|We installed charcoal tubular aluminium fencing & 2 gates & a custom raked retaining wall panel.||I also gave advice prior to guide landscapers about setbacks for the sandstone retaining wall outside pool fence for compliance.|
|This back path picket gate needed to be robust to keep large dogs in.||The raked in-fill panel needed to follow contour of the retained garden.||Flange mounted pool ladder|
|I custom built 18 Merbau timber posts for the new tubular aluminium pool fence ...||... to blend the new pool area with clients lovely Merbau house deck that overlooks the pool. (stay tuned for updated photos once it is all oiled)||My own pool filter system is now enclosed in treated pine sleeper slats. It is extremely quiet, obviously protected from weather, & front panel easily removes to allow access to equipment.||Even my own boundary fence needed replacing - we opted for galvanized steel posts for longer life.|
|I enclosed this front yard with Oxworks Cooktown tubular panels & gates ...||we thought the Charcoal looked a bit classier & more subtle than Black ...||these raked panels & gate up the driveway worked out perfect ...||the clients loved the result especially their dog & young child who have new freedom!|
|This filter box inside pool area was deemed climbable from top of old fence, so I designed this pergola ...||then replaced side fence to compliant 1.8m height ...||then built the pergola higher to negate a childs ability to climb down!||This new grab rail allows my aging client with bad knees to keep on swimming to keep him young!|
|This 1.2m high fence had to be raised to 1.8m on 2 boundary lines, so extended the black steel posts ...||then lifted the tubular panels 600mm ...||then filled gaps under with big treated pine slats ...||... the result looks great & now complies!|
|Raised this pool boundary fence by 900mm with dressed slats||Raised this pool boundary fence by 900mm with dressed slats||Raised this pool boundary fence by 900mm with dressed slats||Post extension carpentry is critical for strength, plumb & straightness|
|Before 1 - Boundary fence was not 1.8m high & lattice was broken||Before 2 - Boundary fence was not 1.8m high & lattice was broken||After 1 - Boundary fence was raised to 1.8m high with treated pine slats||After 2 - Boundary fence was raised to 1.8m high with treated pine slats|
|Isolate pool from rest of yard-1||Isolate pool from rest of yard-2||Isolate pool from rest of yard-3||Isolate pool from rest of yard-4|
|New Pool Fence & Gate to Isolate House Door||Pool Fencing Down to Bush Ground||Custom timber frame fence built over sloped rockery, with clear polycarbonate infills||Custom timber frame fence built over sloped rockery, with clear polycarbonate infills|
|Fence Height Extensions||Steel Privacy Fencing||Custom timber frame fence built over sloped rockery, with clear polycarbonate infills|
|Ornamental Fences & Gates||Staircase balustrading & Under-House Picket Panels||Gramline Smart Slat privacy screen||Gramline Smart Slat privacy screen fence extension|
|Picket Gates||Picket Fences|
|Repair/Replace Decking||The 100mm 'Tin Can Gap Test'|