Do you have fencing questions that you need answered? We’ve got you covered!
The team at Everlast Services has decades of experience in building high-quality, affordable and long-lasting fences of all shapes and sizes. The reputation we have built over the years is a testament to our workmanship and commitment to consistently first-rate results.
Here we’ve compiled some of the frequently asked fencing questions we receive, along with our expert answers.
What kind of fences Everlast Services build?
At Everlast Services, we provide an extensive array of options for your fencing needs including aluminium slats fencing, aluminium art décor fencing, steel fencing, Colorbond fencing, industrial and commercial fencing, and chain wire fencing.
We have a range of fencing accessories on offer too, such as hinges, locks, screws, caps, nuts, bolts, nails, Australian-made spear heads, swinging gates, sliding driveway gate motors and mailboxes in all shapes and sizes.
Remember, no job is too big for our team! We are willing to take on projects of any size, be it commercial or private fencing.
Does Everlast Services provide also raw fencing materials only?
Yes. If all you need are materials, Everlast Services are the perfect one-stop-shop for a variety of locally made fencing supplies.
When it comes to steel materials, we manufacture our steel at Everlast Service’s own factory in Hoppers Crossing. This means we can oversee the production of our steel and be sure of its durability and high quality. By manufacturing and selling steel supplies directly to you, we cut out the middleman and deliver affordable prices.
We also have built strong relationships with other Australian manufacturers over our 20 years in operation. This means that we can pass on great deals on all kinds of fencing supplies to our customers. You can view our full fencing supplies gallery here.
No matter what fencing supplies you purchase from us, you will always be supporting the local economy and getting a great deal at the same time.
What do I need to consider before building my own fence?
If you are planning to build your own fence, there are some key considerations to take into account before you begin. You will need to decide on the purpose of the fence. Is it merely to be a decorative addition to your yard? Or must it be enough of a barrier to stop your dog or your neighbour’s dog escaping? What material is best suited to its purpose? Are you aware of all the rules and regulations your fence must abide by?
As long as you’ve given thought to these things before you start, you are on track to building your perfect fence.
However, building a fence yourself without the right tools and a bit of experience is not easy. In these circumstances, it may be best to leave it to the Everlast Services professionals to do the dirty work.
What price can I expect to pay for my new fence from Everlast Services?
The quote you receive for your fencing job depends on the amount and kind of material required, the size of the fence and the terrain we build it on. This makes it difficult to provide an estimate for the average fencing job.
Instead, we offer obligation-free quotes via an online enquiry form. We can even improve the accuracy of your quote via a video call or in-person meeting with the helpful Everlast team.
As a family-owned and community-minded local business, we are committed to making our services and supplies affordable and accessible. To help our customers, we offer payment plans rather than demanding an upfront payment.
Does Everlast Services build gates as well as fences?
Regardless of whether appearance or security is your main concern, Everlast Services is the team for you. We have extensive experience in installing gates for private and commercial properties that ensure superior security and privacy.
On the other hand, we are committed to ensuring the appearance of your gate is exactly as you envisioned it. That’s why we accept custom designs for every kind of gate we build.
What are the laws around dividing fences?
Discussing a new dividing fence considerately and respectfully with your neighbours is just as important as an understanding of the law when trying to avoid a fencing dispute. Nonetheless, it doesn’t hurt to brush up on the law and your rights.
In most Australian states, adjoining neighbours must share the cost of a dividing wall. However, this is only in the circumstances that there is no fence or the current fence is deemed inadequate.
One exception to this rule is when one neighbour wants to erect a better quality fence than the standard requirement. In this case, the neighbour wanting a better fence must pay the additional costs.
An additional exception occurs in the event that one neighbour caused damage to the dividing fence. Under such circumstances this neighbour must pay the entire cost to restore it.
If your fencing related question has been left unanswered, get in touch with the team at Everlast Services today and we’ll be happy to help with any enquiries. We provide free, no-obligation quotes for fencing jobs of all sizes and scales.