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Express yourself with colour

Of all the elements of design, colour is the most powerful and personal. Colours are, by nature, an extension of your personality. COLORBOND® steel makes it easy to express yourself with colour.

With a variety of colours to choose from it’s easy to match, complement and coordinate your fence with the colours of your home.

Each colour has been inspired by Australia’s own magnificent backyard.

So whether you want colours that are subtle or bold, light or dark, cool or warm, you’ll find colours that let you blend the natural charm of your garden with your home.

We understand you want to choose a fence that is easy to maintain, so you’re free to enjoy your weekends.

Over fifty years of innovation and performance-monitoring across exposure sites in some of Australia’s harshest conditions ensures that there’s no need to be spending your time painting, oiling or replacing palings.

Fences in Australia must be able to stand the test of time.

COLORBOND® steel won’t rot. It won’t be eaten by termites. When installed correctly, it won’t have any vertical gaps, visible footholds or loose palings and COLORBOND® steel is backed by a warranty* of up to 10 years from BlueScope for eligible applicants.

COLORBOND® steel is made to be compliant with all the relevant Australian Standards, so your decision to choose COLORBOND® steel will give you peace of mind that you’ve chosen a quality material to last for years to come.

For more information, visit COLORBOND.COM/FENCING or call 1800 022 999.

COLORBOND®, BlueScope & the BlueScope brand mark are registered trademarks of BlueScope Steel Limited. © 2019 BlueScope Steel Limited. ABN 16 000 011 058. All rights reserved.

*Warranty subject to exclusions, application and eligibility criteria.

For full terms and conditions and to determine the eligibility of your fence for the warranty visit:bluescopesteel.com.au/warranties or call BlueScope on 1800 702 764.

This article was first published in The Fence magazine.

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