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Colorbond® fencing is one of the most effective ways to establish a secure border between you and your neighbours. It can help not just increase the level of privacy in your outdoor space, but also help reduce traffic noise, sunlight glare, and also provide some level of shade for certain plants and vegetation.
More importantly, Colorbond® fencing is very easy to care for and lasts a long time (anywhere from 20 to 25 years or more), as there is no need to repaint, oil, or varnish the fence keep it in pristine shape. Thus, you save time and hassle on maintenance, so you can spend more time on the weekends doing what you love most.
If you are thinking of installing a new Colorbond® fence in your property, you may be wondering how long they last for. Good news! Colorbond® fencing has been tested in Australia’s harshest conditions for over 50 years, and is covered by a 10 year BlueScope steel warranty.
This gives you the assurance that, as long as you look after your Colorbond® fence, you can expect it to last for a long time. And in the unlikely event of product failure,you will be fully covered as well.
Best of all? When your Colorbond® fence is installed by Dunn & Farrugia, you’re also covered by our exclusive workmanship guarantee.
If you experience any issue with your Colorbond® fence, within the period of your workmanship guarantee, we will respond quickly and effectively to resolve it, until you are fully satisfied with the quality of your product.
As you can see, with the combined benefits of a 10 year BlueScope steel warranty and a workmanship guarantee, you can expect to enjoy your Colorbond® fence for many years to come. What more could you ask for?
Aside from your manufacturer warranty and workmanship guarantee, there are many other reasons why Colorbond® fencing has a long lifespan.
The secret lies in the quality of the materials and construction itself, all of which are designed to make the fence strong, resistant to the harsh elements – including termites, fire, and wind (it has a wind gust loading of 216km/h – and easy to care for.
Firstly, Colorbond® fencing is made up of several layers. These include a structural steel core base which is made to meet Australian Standard 1397, producing a high quality grade and finish to your steel. The steel base is also coated with Activate™ technology, BlueScope steel’s industry-leading metallic coating for enhanced anti-corrosion.
Then, a thin pre-treatment layer is applied to enhance the adhesion of further coatings, followed by a polyester primer baked on to the surface.
Lastly, a topcoat of specially developed exterior grade lead-free paint (compliant with Australian Standard AS 2728) is baked on for enhanced resistance to chipping, peeling and cracking, which helps the finish retain its good looks for longer.
Together, these vital elements help give Colorbond® fencing the strength, durability, and resilience it needs to last in the unique Australian climate. And the benefit for you is? You can spend less time on exhaustive maintenance, and more time enjoying life’s simple pleasures.
To request a free, no-obligation for Colorbond® fencing in your local area, contact Dunn & Farrugia today.
When you submit your request, you’ll be asked to share a few relevant details about your project, including your name and contact details. In the provided text box, you’ll have space to describe the nature of your project, such as the type of fence you’re after, where you wish to install it, and more.
From there, a friendly customer support team member will get straight back to you, and arrange your free onsite site inspection.
On the day of your site inspection, your builder will take the time to review your site, listen to your ideas, and share their expert feedback. They’ll also measure your proposed installation zone, to ensure that the materials you order are fit to meet the unique dimensions of your space.
Last, but not least, your builder will guide you through the installation process – even helping you submit a request for local council approval, if needed – until you are satisfied with the final outcome.