In the demands of competitive bidding, it is possible that a Sydney brush fencing contract will give a low quote to acquire the job and then cut corners to deliver a bad quality outcome.
The video gives you three areas to focus on for your brush fencing job.
A brushwood fence needs support at the bottom to stop the brushwood material sliding out over time. If it is not properly supported the material slides out in addition to the fencing height drops.
Most suppliers will apply treated wood slabs about 100mm wide as a base for the brushwood where the fencing comes in contact with the ground. People who are taking short cuts may not use a wooden base at all or use a narrower base to save money.
The base also needs to be built in a way that avoids your brush fencing coming into constant contact with damp earth or garden beds. Plus it need not be used for retaining purposes. suppliers who are taking short cuts may not prepare the ground properly or remove weeds or grass out of the base area.
Contractors, who are cutting costs in addition to corners can also reduce the amount of material in addition to time they put into a hand packed fence. They do this by making the fencing thinner than less. You should expect your fence to be at least 50 mm wide plus you need not be on see daylight through it.
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