By: Prospect Contractors based in Adelaide, South Australia.
Prospect Contractors was founded over 20 years ago by Paul Mysiszczew, since then we have earned a reputation as leaders in the Gabion installation industry, having been involved in a number of major projects nationwide.
The front fence is sometimes overlooked when considering ways to improve your home.
A fence can be an important aspect to adding kerb appeal and value to your home.
A Gabion Rockweld fence is becoming a popular choice for not only adding value to your home, but can also have many other benefits!
Rockweld Gabions are made from rigid lightweight, galvanised steel mesh, which can be filled with rock, stone or pebbles.
The rock can be ‘tipped-in’ creating a natural, textured finish or hand faced where the rock is arranged by hand creating a flat, uniform appearance.
A Rockweld fence can add privacy and security to your home, as well as help reduce noise from nearby traffic.
We have installed many Rockweld fences to provide soundproofing to local homes, which are becoming a popular choice around Adelaide.
Rockweld is attractive on both sides of the fence and can create a beautiful feature wall when viewed from inside the home.
It has the added benefit of being graffiti resistant and is fire proof, protecting your home further.
Rockweld is also very strong and can provide a barrier and a level of protection from the unfortunate possibility of a car entering your property the wrong way!
Rockweld can be a cost effective choice when comparing the price of many other types of fencing and walls, such as brick walls and brush fencing.
With the many added benefits, Rockweld can be real value for money!
Keep reading for some of the top gabion fence ideas for residential properties.
Prospect Contractors have collated this great slide-show of some of their recent and popular Rockweld Gabion fence projects for inspiration.
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This article was first published in The Fence magazine.