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GOLIATHBuilding & Constructions Pty Ltd is recognised by the Queensland Building & Construction Commision as holding the licence classes and grades for: Carpentry (Trade Contract Licence). Licence No. 15008052. Issued. 25th January 2016.

Timber Fencing Brisbane

Timber Fencing still continues to be the most popular solution for residential fencing in Brisbane. At Goliath Building & Constructions our teams primarily install a wide range of timber fencing styles to Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Springfield Lakes and Northern Gold customers. 

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FENCE TYPES:

 

Butted Fences; A standard butted timber fence is the most common and affordable option where the palings are placed as close together as possible. The palings may shrink slightly after some time and create a small gap. 

Lapped & Capped Fence: This is basically a lapped timber fence finish with a capping rail installed to the top. Capping rail can give the fence a cleaner finish and a little extra height. 

Good Neighbour Fence;  A good neighbour timber fence is a decorative or feature style of fence where the palings are spaced on either side of the fence. 

Solid Timber Fence (Lapped); A lapped timber fence has no gaps as the palings are lapped over each other. This will provide more privacy and better noise protection to your garden. 

Colonial Fences; Unlike standard fence designs colonial fences are truly one of a kind as they are designed to match your home style and often include unique curved or shaped (picket) tops and federation capping to posts for an elegant and attractive finish. 

- Horizontal Merbau Fencing; A similar result to a privacy screen, horizontal Merbau fencing is an expensive style of fence due to the cost of Merbau. However, it is still a popular choice for those who want a high end decorative finish. When maintained regularly the Merbau will last for long periods of time. 

Horizontal Merbau Fencing; A similar result to a privacy screen, horizontal Merbau fencing is an expensive style of fence due to the cost of Merbau. However, it is still a popular choice for those who want a high end decorative finish. When maintained regularly the Merbau will last for long periods of time.