This is a traditional Australian back yard fence used for security, neighbor friendliness and to maintain privacy at home. We have two types of hardifence available in Aramac stores: hardifence easylock and panelock system. The structural benefits of hardifence are strength and durability. The fence has a number of advantages which include:
The fencing material is usually gray in colour but you can paint it to suit your preferred colour or match the outdoor structures or aesthetic requirements. The fence consists of sheets that are partially buried into the ground.
Hardifence is usually built on sandy soil areas that are sloped or flat. The top part of the fence sheets has a metal capping. The sheets underlap on one edge and on the other edge it overlaps to allow seamless interlocking of sheets together. The fencing provides an affordable fence solution which is easy to install and freestanding providing a consistent look on either side. Hardifence maintenance involves washing the fence panels to make sure it does not retain any soil.
The buried sheets provide a barrier that prevents wild animals digging to enter the fenced compound. Contractors in Aramac inform their clients to fill the trench with sandy loams, rounded gravel or sand. They advise against using soil, clay or concrete to avoid staining and ensure long term durability. The sheets are resistant to moisture or rotting, termites attack and fire. The sheets well suit in places where non-combustible materials are emphasized in accordance with C1. 12 of the building code of Aramac.
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