• The New Zealand Fencing Regulations Explained

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    The New Zealand Fencing Regulations Explained
    Whatever you’re building a fence for, it’s important to know what the rules and regulations are in New Zealand. Fencing regulations exist to make things safe and fair - but it can be frustrating if you act in hindsight, so it pays to plan with them in mind. This handy guide will cover all the basics, and let you know if you’re on the...
  • Gates 101: Choosing the Perfect Style for You

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    Gates 101: Choosing the Perfect Style for You
    When it comes to your home, your fence and gate are important in creating a great first impression. In this blog, we recommend the best styles for your home.
  • What are the best options to power my gate motor?

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    What are the best options to power my gate motor?
    Most people would love the convenience and security of having an automated gate. But the cost of getting power from your house to the end of the drive can be high. Here we look at some of the pros and cons of the three power options.
  • Understanding the School Fencing Guidelines

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    Understanding the School Fencing Guidelines
    Understanding the Education Department's school fencing guidelines is super important if you want to take on that sort of work. Read more here.
  • Can I automate my existing gate?

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    Can I automate my existing gate?
    Some manual gates can be automated but many will be more work and cost to bring them up to scratch.  It is often better and cheaper to start from scratch with a custom made gate but lets look at some of the considerations.
  • Pool Fencing Regulations

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    Pool Fencing Regulations
    Rules around pool fencing are there to keep small children safe and away from water where they can drown if left unattended. Learn more about New Zealand's pool fencing regulations here.
  • What type of gate do you need?

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    What type of gate do you need?
    A sliding gate doesn't take up any driveway space but you need side room for the gate to open, if you have no side room for a sliding gate to open then a double swing gate is a good option but it takes up driveway space as it swings open. Learn about all the different driveway gate designs here.
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