When a rotting, uneven and tired looking front fence spoils the street appeal of a house, replacing it with another wooden fence is a common solution. However, the owners of this property decided that they wanted their new fence to look its best for longer than a few short years. They didn’t want to worry about painting their fence, replacing rotting or warped sections or for nails and screws to work loose within a few short years.

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After completing some research into fences, they found that for around the same cost as a wooden fence, they could instead install a Polvin fence that will never need painting, will not rot, warp or splinter.

Once their preferred style of fence and gates were selected, parts were manufactured in Polvin’s Australian warehouse. This Polvin fence was installed by a professional installer, however, Polvin fences can easily be installed by a DIY’er.

Installation is easy. Polvin fences simply click and slot together, so there is no need for nails, screws or wires. Materials are cut to size in Polvin’s Australian factory – reducing the time spent cutting materials onsite, minimising waste and clean up time.

Best of all, this Polvin fence will look as good in 50 years as it does today – without ever needing a coat of paint!

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