Whether you are an owner of a small cottage or a owner of a large estate, fencing your boundaries is important to keep away robbers and trespassers. In order to protect your property you need to set the boundaries, and install a fence. The fences come in an array of choices, the most common choice being steel fences.Even though steel fences are the traditional and conventional method of fencing, PVC fencing has taken over, in popularity, given its flexibility and affordability. PVC fencing usually comes in various designs.
The chain link is most common, which is a wire that is coated with PVC, and therefore its corrosion and weather resistant.In rural setting, the most popular choice of fencing is steel. Traditionally wood was the popular choice for fencing in farms and ranches, and early fence builders, used hardwood trees, which has longevity, often lasting for hundreds of years. Today, this type of wood is generally unavailable.
Barbed wire took over, wooden fences, after it was invented during the mid 80’s, but it caused injuries to farm animals, horses specifically, who had to be euthanized, if they were severely injured. After synthetic PVC fences were developed they replaced barb wire, as the most popular fencing, for farms. PVC fences are flexible and very safe, and therefore provide safety to animals. As PVC fencing also flexes upon impact this greatly reduces livestock injury.
They last for long, and given their longevity, and affordability, it is the perfect choice for rural fencing. Rural fencing suppliers, supply three types of fencing, which are timber post and rail fencing, straight wire fencing and woven wire fencing. The straight wire fencing and woven wire fencing are made of wire that is coated with PVC.
PVC fencing supplies can be transported to rural areas in Australia, upon order. The order can be easily done online. The cost of rural fencing depends on three things; the materials, installation of the fence and topography. The PVC fencing varies in style, and is designed for specific purposes. If you own a farm or a ranch, your supplier will have different fencing designed for housing cattle, livestock like chicken and pigs and for small feral animals.
Investing on good fencing that requires less frequent maintenance will benefit you in the long run. You can DIY or have it installed by the suppliers itself, the choice is yours. The cost of fences varies according to the locality; therefore always make sure, you get the quote from your supplier before you place your order. The fences will help protect the livestock in the farm, while also protecting your property from robbers and trespassers.