How to make a better first impression.

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How to make a better first impression.

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.

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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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