Your new Fence Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

Digging the post holes

  • Each post to be set into a concrete footing requires the hole to be at least 1/3 the height of the post height above the ground in its depth x 200mm in diameter.
  • If the required fence post height is 1800mm above the ground the depth of the hole is 600mm minimum.

Installing the Posts

  • Insert the first post into the first post hole which has been dug out to the required depth for the 1200mm or 1800mm high fence.
  • Use the 3 way spirit level provided to establish vertical. Support post with temporary braces or have someone hold the post in place while you pour the dry concrete mix carefully into the hole 150mm deep, then add water before the next 150mm depth of concrete and water, repeating until the hole is filled. Re-check the post hasn’t moved.
  • Slope the top of the concrete away from the post to shed water.
  • If attaching the fence to an existing wall/structure fix the slat channel using the masonry screws provided. Pre-drill 4mm diameter holes into the the slat channel at 400mm maximum centres.
    Position the slat channel vertically against the wall using a spirit level and trace the hole positions onto the wall.
    Drill the holes into the using a 4mm diameter masonry drill bit provided or a standard HSS drill bit as required.
  • Insert the bottom slat between the posts to determine the exact location of the next post.
  • Repeat the above steps until the last post is installed. Use a spirit level to check that each new post is level with the previous post prior to adding concrete.
  • It is preferable to allow the concrete to cure overnight before installing the slats.

Installing the Slats

  • Insert the required number of slats and spacers in the first panel.
  • Raise the top slat to line exactly with the top of the first post and fix into position through the Post slat channel, using an 8g x 13mm self drilling screw provided.
  • Insert the plastic spacers into the posts slat channels below the top slat.
  • Raise the next slat firmly up against the spacer and top slat before fixing into slat channels at both ends of the slat.
  • Repeat for all the remaining slats in the panel before starting this procedure on the next panel.
  • If the fence panel is wider than 1400mm, cut stiffener to suit fence overall top to bottom slat distance.
  • Install the stiffener on the screw fixing side of the Post and Slat, centered on the length of each slat. Fix into place with the 8g x 13mm self drilling screws provided.
  • Snap on the fixing cover strips over the post slat channels and stiffener, making sure they align with the tops of each. Cut stiffener cover to match stiffener length.
  • After completing the final panel insert all black plastic caps provided into each post top, post slat channel and stiffener.
  • Clean off any unwanted concrete splatters, dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Fence in good condition.

Corners and Fixing Covers

  • Fixing Covers may be on either side of the fence depending on your preference. 90° Corner Posts however have the Fixing Covers on the inside corner.
  • Prior to starting your fence project, spend time planning which side you would like to see the fixing covers.
  • If using the 45° Slat Channel to create a 135° corner in the fence line, where possible make sure the Fixing Cover is always on the same side as the rest of the fence.
  • The 90° Corner Posts has the Fixing Cover on the inside corner, which may determine which side the Fixing Cover is on for the rest of the fence.
  • If there is more than one 90° corner post facing in opposite directions, the Fixing Covers will be on opposite sides of the fence.

Your new Gate Kit is complete with all parts, hardware, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

  • The Gate Kit hinges provided are for hanging the Gate onto a gate post or plate fixed to an existing structure.
  • The overall size of the Gate can be modified or ordered pre-cut to suit an existing opening or installed as is.

Instructions:

  • Lay the two Gate Frame End Posts onto a flat surface on the ground, use the packing or a drop sheet to protect the 'Interpon' finish,  and insert the required number of Slats into the Frame End Post channels.
  • Move the top Slat to line with the top of the two Frame End Posts and push the posts together against
    the slats.
  • Use a framing square or steel square to check the top corners of the Gate are at 90°. Alternatively measure the diagonal corners and make sure they are equal measurement.
  • Fix the top Slat into position through the Post Channel into each end of the Slat, with of the 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screws supplied. Re-check the Gate is 90°.
  • Insert an additional two Self Drilling screw in each end of the top Slat to strengthen the 90° corner.
  • Insert a black plastic Spacer into the Post channel below each end of the fixed Slat and slide the next Slat up firmly against the Spacer and fix into position at each end with one 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screw.
  • Repeat the above step until all slats are fixed into position.
  • Insert an additional two Self Drilling screw at each end of the bottom Slat through the Post channel to strengthen the 90° corners.
  • Position the Cover Strips to line up with the tops of the Post Slat Channels and firmly snap on to conceal the Self Drilling Screws.
  • Install the Hinges and Latch provided by follow the manufacturer's installation instructions.
  • Insert the black plastic Caps into the visible open ends of the Cover Strips and Gate Frame Posts.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Gate in good condition.

Your new Infill Panel Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

Instructions:

  • The Infill Panel Kit will be built into a pre-existing wall opening and the size of the Infill panel may need to be cut on site or ordered pre-cut to suit the opening as required.
  • The Slat Channels, Stiffeners and Cover Strips can be cut to suit the full height of the openings or the Slat Panel and positioned centrally to the height of the opening.
  • Once you have decided on the panel height mark the Slat Channel positions in the opening using a spirit level to check the vertical and making sure the tops of the two Slat Channels are level.
  • Mark hole positions in the Slat Channels trying to avoid mortar joints. Pre-drill 4mm diameter holes at approximately 300mm centres in the slat channels for fixing to the existing structure.
  • Trace the hole positions from the pre-drilled Slat Channels onto the existing structure. Use the included 4mm diameter masonry drill bit if drilling into a masonry wall, check the holes are drilled to the required depth.
  • Fix the Slat Channels into position.
  • Insert the required number of Slats into the slat channels.
  • Raise the top slat to line with the top of the Slat Channel and fix into position through the Slat Channel into each end of the Slat, using one of the 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screws supplied.
  • Insert the plastic Spacers into the Slat Channels and raise the next Slat into position holding firmly against the Spacers before fixing into Slat Channels.
  • Repeat previous step until all Slats are fixed into the Slat Channels.
  • A Stiffener will be required if the Slats are over 1400mm long.
  • Mark the Stiffener position vertically and centrally over the slats. Use one 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screw supplied through the Stiffener into each Slat until all Slats are fixed.
  • Position the Cover Strips to line up with the tops of the Slat Channels and Stiffener and firmly snap on to conceal the Self Drilling Screws.
  • Insert the black plastic Caps into the tops of the Cover Strips and Stiffener.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Infill Panel in good condition.

Your new Screen Panel Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

Instructions:

  • The Screen Panel Kit will be built over a pre-existing wall opening. The overall size of the Screen Panel can be modified on site to suit the opening, ordered pre-cut or installed as is.
  • Lay the two Screen Frame End Posts onto a flat surface on the ground, use the packing or a drop sheet to protect the 'Interpon' finish, and insert the required number of Slats into the Frame End Post channels.
  • Move the bottom Slat to line with the bottom of the two Frame End Posts and push the posts together against
    the slats.
  • Use a framing square or steel square to check the bottom corners of the Panel are at 90°. Alternatively measure the diagonal corners and make sure they are equal measurement.
  • Fix the bottom Slat into position through the Post Channel into each end of the Slat, with of the 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screws supplied. Re-check the Panel is 90°.
  • Use a second Self Drilling screw in each end of the bottom Slat to strengthen the 90° corner.
  • Insert a black plastic Spacer into the Post channel above each end of the fixed Slat and slide the next Slat down firmly against the Spacer and fix into position at each end with one 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screw.
  • Repeat the above step until all slats are fixed into position.
  • Fix a second 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Screw at each end of the top Slat through the Post channel to further strengthen the 90° corners.
  • A Stiffener will be required if the Slats are over 1400mm long.
  • Mark the Stiffener position vertically and centrally over the slats. Use one 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screw supplied through the Stiffener into each Slat until all Slats are fixed.
  • Position the Cover Strips to line up with the tops of the Post Slat Channels and Stiffener and firmly snap on to conceal the Self Drilling Screws.
  • Insert the black plastic Caps into the visible open ends of the Cover Strips and Stiffener.
  • Avoid fixing the Wall Brackets into the top course or mortar joints of the brick wall.
  • Measure the full brick positions approximately 150mm from the top and bottom of the panel.
  • Fix the Wall Brackets to the back of the Screen Panel, with two - 10g x 16mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screws supplied.
  • Lift the panel into position with the help of an assistant. Trace the Wall Bracket to wall hole positions for each Wall Bracket. Remove the Screen panel and drill the 4 holes into the wall using the 8mm Ø Masonry Drill Bit provided.
  • Fix the Screen panel to the wall using the 60mm x 8mm Ø Galvanised Blue Tip Masonry Bolts provided.Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Screen Panel in good condition.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Screen Panel in good condition.

Your new Air Conditioner Enclosure Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

Instructions:

  • The new Air Conditioner Enclosure Kit has a front panel (x1) and side panels (x2).
  • Start assembly with the 2x side panels.
  • Check width of opening and cut slats if required to suit.
  • Cut the end & corner frame post lengths down to suit number of slats and gaps spacings. Refer to the 'Slat & Gap Design Guide for Gates and Screen Panels' to determine the frame post lengths.
  • Lay the one side panel Frame End Posts and Corner Post onto a flat surface on the ground, use the packing or a drop sheet to protect the 'Interpon' finish, with the fixing channel side facing and up taking care not to damage the finish.
  • Insert the top Slat into the Frame End Post and Corner Post channels.
  • Move the top Slat to line with the top of the Frame End Post and Corner Posts and push the posts together
    against the slats.
  • Use a framing square or steel square to check the top corners of the side panel are at 90°. Alternatively measure the diagonal corners and make sure they are equal measurement.
  • Fix the top Slat into position through the Post Channel into each end of the Slat, with of the 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screws supplied. Re-check the side panel is 90°.
  • Insert an additional Self Drilling screw in each end of the top Slat to strengthen the 90° corner.
  • Insert a black plastic Spacer into the Post channel below each end of the fixed Slat and slide the next Slat up firmly against the Spacer.
  • Repeat the above step until all slats are fixed into position.
  • Fix all slats into position at each end with one 8g x 13mm Self Drilling Hex Head Screw.
  • Insert an additional two Self Drilling screw at each end of the bottom Slat through the Post channel to further strengthen the 90° corners.
  • Repeat step 4 to 11 for the other side panel making sure to keep the Corner Framing Posts next to each other so the panels are mirrored.
  • Position the Cover Strips to line up with the tops of the Post Slat Channels and firmly snap on to conceal the Self Drilling Screws.
  • Stand the side panels up on the front face of the Corner Framing Posts taking care not to damage the finish, insert the required number of front panel Slats into the Corner Frame Post channels.
  • Repeat steps 5 to 12 and 14 for the front Panel.
  • Attach the 100mm x 100mm post base plates to the base of the 4x Frame Posts with 4x Metal Screws (10g x 40mm) through the countersunk Base Plate holes into the corner flutes inside each post.
  • The Base Plates may be bolted down onto any existing paving using the masonry anchors provided to secure the Enclosure from any movement if required. (Optional)
  • Insert the black plastic caps into the tops of the frame posts and frame slat channels.
  • Stand the Enclosure on the Base Plates and clean off any dust and dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new air conditioner Enclosure Panel in good condition.

Your new Stackable Bench Seat Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, check your parts list for all included items.

Prepare a suitable work area using the packing or a drop sheet to protect the Interpon and powder-coated finishes.

Instructions: 

  • The Seat plank is supplied complete with end caps (x2) fitted and holes pre-drilled to underside of planks for bolts to attach to the leg fixing plates. The legs are supplied with plastic foot inserts installed.
  • Use nuts bolts and washers provided to attach the leg fixing plate to the underside of the seat plank through the pre-drilled holes.
  • Snap the Seat Plank firmly onto the Leg fixing plate.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Stackable Bench Seat in good condition.

Your new Stackable Bench Seat with Back Rest Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, check your parts list for all included items.

Prepare a suitable work area using the packing or a drop sheet to protect the Interpon and powder-coated finishes.

Instructions:

  • The Seat and Back Rest planks will be complete with end caps (x2 each) fitted and holes pre-drilled to underside of planks for bolts to attach to the leg fixing plates. The legs are supplied with plastic foot inserts installed.
  • Use nuts bolts and washers provided to attach the Leg fixing plate to the underside of the Seat Plank through the pre-drilled holes.
  • Snap the Seat Plank firmly onto the Leg fixing plate.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Stand the seat on its Legs and secure the Back Rest Plank to the Leg back rest fixing plates using the nuts, bolts and washers.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Stackable Bench Seat in good condition.

Your new Add-A-Seat Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, check your parts list for all included items.

Prepare a suitable work area using the packing or a drop sheet to protect the Interpon and powder-coated finishes.

Instructions:

  • The Seat plank will be complete with end caps (x2) fitted and holes pre-drilled to underside of planks for bolts to attach to the leg fixing plates. The legs are supplied with plastic foot inserts installed.
  • Use nuts bolts and washers provided to attach the Leg fixing plate to the underside of the Seat Plank through the pre-drilled holes.
  • Snap the Seat Plank firmly onto the Leg fixing plate.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Remove the bottom plastic tube inserts (x4) from the Table Legs.
  • Turn the Add-A-Seat upright onto its Legs and slide the Leg inserts into the bottom of the table Leg tubes.
  • Raise the Table and Add-A-Seat and line up the holes (x2) on the underside of the Table Leg and Add-A-Seat insert.
  • Insert the machine grub screws (x2) into the two holes and tighten.

Your new Table Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, check your parts list for all included items.

Prepare a suitable work area using the packing or a drop sheet to protect the Interpon and powder-coated finishes.

Instructions:

  • The Table Planks (x4) will be complete with end caps (x2 each) fitted and holes pre-drilled to underside of planks for bolts to attach to the leg fixing plates. The legs are supplied with plastic foot inserts installed.
  • Use nuts bolts and washers provided to attach the leg fixing plates to the underside of the Table Planks through the pre-drilled holes.
  • Snap each Table Plank firmly onto the Leg fixing plate.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new table in good condition.

Your new Table Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, check your parts list for all included items.

Prepare a suitable work area using the packing or a drop sheet to protect the Interpon and powder-coated finishes.

Instructions:

  • The Table Planks (x3) will be complete with end caps (x2 each) fitted and holes pre-drilled to underside of planks for bolts to attach to the leg fixing plates. The legs are supplied with plastic foot inserts installed.
  • Use nuts bolts and washers provided to attach the Leg fixing plates to the underside of the Table Planks through the pre-drilled holes.
  • Snap each Table Plank firmly onto the Leg fixing plate.
  • Tighten nuts and bolts (x4) to each Leg fixing plate.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new table in good condition.

Your new Fence Kit is complete with all parts, fixings, drill bits and magnetic Nutsetter bit. Check your parts list for all included items.

Note:

For Fences which do not have a 45° or 90° corner return section after each 2.4m long panel and are either a single freestanding panel or straight run, it is not recommended to use the 'Bolt Down Plate' if fixing into loose paving bricks which are not laid on and bonded to a concrete footing or sub-slab.

Loose paving bricks laid on a sand bed should be removed to allow for Posts to be embedded in a concrete footing. Refer to 'Instructions for Building Your New Fence with Posts in Concrete Footings'.

Installing the posts

  • Screw the base plates into the bottom of each post corner flute using four Metal Screws 10g x 40mm in each plate. Ensuring the rounded edge of the base plate is up.
  • Position the first post and trace the 4 x hole positions onto the paving surface.
  • Use the 8mm diameter masonry drill bit provided to drill the 4 holes x 60mm deep.
  • Bolt the post down using the masonry bolts provided. Tighten only one bolt initially.
  • If attaching the fence to an existing wall/structure fix the slat channel using the masonry screws provided.
  • Pre-drill 4mm diameter holes into the slat channel at 400mm maximum centres.
  • Position the slat channel vertically against the wall using a spirit level and trace the hole positions onto the wall.
  • Drill the holes into the using the 4mm diameter masonry drill bit provided or a standard HSS drill bit as required.
  • Use the 10g x 32mm Masonry Screws provided to fix the slat channel to the wall.
  • Using a slat to locate the next post position trace the 4 hole positions onto the paving surface. Drill the holes and bolt down the post as above.
  • Finish installing the remaining posts.

Installing the slats

  • Insert the required number of slats and spacers in the first panel.
  • Raise the top slat to line exactly with the top of the posts and hold in position while fixing into position through the post slat channel using the 8g x 13mm self drilling screws provided.
  • Insert the plastic spacers into the posts slat channels below the top slat.
  • Raise the next slat firmly up against the spacer and top slat before fixing into slat channels at both ends of the slat.
  • Repeat for all the remaining slats in the panel before starting this procedure on the next panel.
  • Tighten all the masonry anchors to each base plate.
  • If the fence panel is wider than 1400mm, cut stiffener to suit fence overall top to bottom slat distance. Install the stiffener to the screw fixing side and centered on the length of each slat. Fix to each slat with one 8g x 13mm self drilling screw.
  • Snap on the fixing cover strips over the post slat channels and stiffener, making sure they align with the tops of each. Cut stiffener cover to match stiffener length.
  • After completing the final panel insert all black plastic caps provided into each post top, post slat channel and stiffener.
  • Clean off any dust & dirt and follow regular care instructions to maintain your new Fence/Enclosure in good condition.

Corners and Fixing Covers

  • Fixing Covers may be on either side of the fence depending on your preference. 90° Corner Posts however have the Fixing Covers on the inside corner.
  • Prior to starting your fence project, spend time planning which side you would like to see the fixing covers.
  • If using the 45° Slat Channel to create a 135° corner in the fence line, where possible make sure the Fixing Cover is always on the same side as the rest of the fence.
  • The 90° Corner Posts has the Fixing Cover on the inside corner, which may determine which side the Fixing Cover is on for the rest of the fence.
  • If there is more than one 90° corner post facing in opposite directions, the Fixing Covers will be on opposite sides of the fence.

Do you need local council approval?

  • Generally if your fence is going to be on your property boundary you will need approval from your local council. However regulations vary in each Council so always check with your local council before starting anything.

Are there any underground services in the way?

  • Before digging any holes for your new fence call Dial Before You Dig 1100 for information on location of underground services and if it's privately installed reticulation, use a 6mm diameter steel rod at least 600mm long to prod the ground for pipes.

Site preparation

  • The job is easier if there are no obstructions to contend with while you are trying to build your fence. Clear away vegetation and overhanging trees which may get in the way.
  • Make sure the ground is generally level making sure the botton slat of the fence is above the ground from start to finish.
  • If the ground is sandy and prone to caving in, soak the sand with water before digging.

Setting out the post positions before digging

  • To maintain a straight line for fence more than 2 panels long use a string line tied to stakes slightly before and after the start and end of the fence.
  • If the fence has a 90° or 45° corner use separate string lines for each straight length of fence.
  • Lay the posts out on the ground using one slat loosely inserted into the post's slat channel and at 90° to each post to measure the post hole spacings.

Our products use the Interpon STF series of advanced durability powder coatings specifically formulated to meet Australian Standards. These coatings will not go powdery or discolour with age and exposure to the natural elements when maintained in accordance with manufacturer’s recommendations.

Yes, subject to the recommended care instructions being maintained the Interpon coating is guaranteed not to fade for 10 years.

Similarly subject to the recommended care instructions being maintained there is a lifetime guarantee on the aluminium base material.

Yes, all DiYAS products are intended for the novice to average handyman. We provide simple instructions to help you through each stage of your project to completion, which you will be proud to show off to everyone.

Yes, we have a wide array of parts and are happy to help you with your project including custom cutting if required.

The depth of the footing should be at least 1/3 the height of the fence post above the ground x 200mm diameter. E.g. An 1800mm high fence post footing should have a 600mm deep x 200mm diameter footing.

Yes, the standard fence post is 2400mm long and can be cut down to any height for fixing on top of a level existing paved surface using the optional colour matched base plate fixing method.
All screws and masonry anchor bolts are included. Specify the base plate fixing option when selecting the options with your fencing order.

Yes, your fence can easily be attached to an existing wall or structure using our wall fixing channel.
Specify that you wish to start or end your fence by fixing it to an existing wall or structure and we will provide you with the wall fixing channel complete with screw fixings to suit.

Yes, your new DiY kits are supplied with all fixings required to complete the job. We even include the driver and drill bits so there's no need to race down to your local hardware store.

The aluminium wood grain finish is virtually maintenance free and resists fading, doesn't rot, warp or discolour.

Your powder coated products can continue to look great for a long time – with a few easy tips on caring and maintaining them.

  • After installation, clean your fence to remove any cement, dust and dirt before they become set on the surface.
  • A  simple regular clean will minimize the effects of weathering and will remove dirt, grime and other build-up, which is detrimental to all powder coatings. Normal cleaning frequency should be at a minimum of six monthly intervals.

No, all slat screw fixing are concealed with a matching snap on cover strip which provides a beautiful wood look seamless finish.

Our standard maximum slat length is 2400mm.
Stiffeners are required for slats over 1400mm long.

The standard 1800mm high fence with our 65mm slats and 65mm gap inserts is 45mm.
An 1800mm high fence with our 65mm slats and 25mm gap inserts is 25mm.
An 1800mm high fence with our 65mm slats and 10mm gap inserts is 10mm.
An 1800mm high fence with our 65mm slats with 0mm gaps is 45mm.

The standard slat length is 2400mm and each post is 44mm.
A standard free standing panel includes 2 Posts plus Slats and is an overall length of 2488mm.
A standard panel in a continuous fence includes a series of panels with 1 Post plus Slats, each panel is an overall length of 2444mm.
A standard panel fixed to an existing structure in a continuous fence includes 1 Slat Channel plus Slats which is an overall length of 2402mm.

The key benefit of Interpon STF is to remove the constraints of wood:
• Weight considerations of timber
• Environmentally friendly – no solvent emissions
• Consistent quality across and between the different parts
• Virtually maintenance free
• Ideal in coastal environments offering low aftercare requirements
• Excellent alternative to wood in bushfire prone regions
• No costly re-staining required
• Won't rot, warp, shrink or fade
• Supported by a 10 year performance warranty

The website is designed to keep the selection and buying process simple, quick and easy.
The Home page has a 'How to buy' link which will take you to a step by step process from selecting the product you need, choosing the variable options e.g. height, colour, etc through to the checkout for purchase.

There are four main components to any fence - the End Posts, Mid Posts, Corner Posts and Slats (which fill the panels between the posts). The fencing diagram shows each setting and includes images and names for every kit to help identify what you need when ordering. Check out the fencing diagram and more.

Let’s start:

  1. Firstly decide on the length and height of your fence and the gaps you would like to have between the slats.
  2. Next, decide if your fence will be attached to an existing structure at one or both ends. If it is attached to an existing structure you will need to use a Slat Channel in lieu of an End Post to fix to the existing structure.
  3. To calculate the number of Slat panels between the posts - divide the total fence length by 2.444m and round up to the next whole number. This will give you the number of Slat Panels.
  4. To calculate the number of Mid Post Kits - use the total number of Slat Kits minus 1 and this will be the total number of Mid Post Kits.
  5. To calculate the number of End Post Kits - Order 2 End Post Kits per total uninterrupted length of fence. If the fence is attached to an existing structure replace the End Post Kit with a Slat Channel Kit.
  6. If there is a 90° Corner in the fence order a 90° Corner Post Kit which will replace 1 of the previously calculated Mid Post Kits.
  7. If the fence deviates from a straight line by 45°, order a 45° Slat Channel Kit plus 1 End Post Kit which will replace 1 of the Mid Post Kits.
  8. Base Plate Kits - if any of the posts are to be bolted down to paving or hardstand, remember to order 1 x Base Plate Kit per bolted down Post Kit.
  9. The post height should be measured and cut down to suit on site prior to attaching the Base Plate Kit.
  10. All posts are 2.4m long, which allows for 600mm (or 1/3) of the post below the ground set into the concrete footing.

The fencing and screening products are aluminium finished with an Interpon wood grain finish.

The outdoor furniture products are aluminium finished with either a clear anodized finish or an Interpon wood grain finish.

From the time we receive your order it will be dispatched within 48 hours.