Below is a list of the top and leading Fencing Contractors in Gold Coast. To help you find the best Fencing Contractors located near you in Gold Coast, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Gold Coast’s Best Fencing Contractors:
The top rated Fencing Contractors in Gold Coast are:
- Pride Fencescapes
- Ashley’s Fencing
- Ready Fence
Pride Fencescapes is a quality provider of timber or colorbond fencing and retaining walls on the gold coast. With over 20 years of experience building timber, colorbond aluminium fences, retaining walls, pool fences and gates and a strong dedication to the field, customers can expect a fast and honest service from Chris and the team for their customers’ Gold Coast fencing needs.
Their business is family run and they pride themselves on the service that they offer to their customers. They always make sure that the materials they use are purchased from trusted suppliers so customers can rest assured knowing that they are durable, high in quality and most of all aesthetically appealing to their garden or yard.
Fencing, Retaining Walls, Landscaping
Address: Helensvale, QLD 4212
Phone: 0401 197 535
“We called Pride fencscapes for a quote on our retaining wall and fencing that was collapsing. Chris quoted the next day and his quote was far cheaper then the others. His work is fantastic and we very happy with the outcome. He went above and beyond. Thank you for the outstanding work and little extras you did. Left everything neat and tidy too. Wil. Definitely recommend them. Thanks again.” – Beverley Curmi
Ashley’s Fencing is a small business working on the basis of quality jobs and not quantity. When customers phone Ashley’s Fencing they talk and deal directly with Ashley. From there customers can arrange a suitable time to conduct a quote to discuss the requirements and any questions customers may have.
Ashley’s Fencing believes in a fair price for a quality end product. They will admit they are not the cheapest out there and unfortunately there are companies out there quoting very cheaply and cutting corners to keep profit up. Ashley’s Fencing does not work on this basis. They believe quality and stability should not be compromised based on a cheap price.
Timber Fencing, Fencing, Pool Fencing, Residential Fencing, Retaining Walls, Privacy Screens
Address: Helensvale Town Center, QLD 4212
Phone: 0416 890 070
“Ashley’s Fencing was hired for a job I needed to be completed quickly, the installer was professional and diligent. Would recommend Ashley’s Fencing to anyone!” – Paul Leahy
Ready Fence believes that sustainable competitive advantage comes from the ability of the business to more appropriately satisfy the demands of clients and potential clients with personalised service.
Ready Co Pty Ltd was from 1997 to 2018 the Franchisor, which was responsible for training, support and the development of Ready Fence throughout Australia and New Zealand. In 2018 Ready Group Industries Pty Ltd has taken over the Franchisor with the focus on building a national brand. The group plans to continue to strengthen and expand its position throughout these countries.
With broad range of high quality temporary fencing solutions Ready Fence products and services include a proven business format together with operational systems and procedures. This structure has been developed and the company’s continually improving track record of success now provides an excellent basis for further growth.
Temporary Fence, Crowd Control Barriers, Temporary Pool Fence, Printed Shade Cloth & Banner Mesh, Edge Protection, Ready Kerb Concrete Barrier Mesh Panels, Armorzone Water Barrier Mesh Panels
Address: 26 Random Way, Gold Coast QLD 4213
Phone: 0417 633 673
“Fantastic! Highly recommend Ready Fence on the Gold Coast. I called Graham and we worked everything out on the phone straightaway. With such a good price we went ahead and our fence was up the next day and lasted the duration of the building of our house. Very pleased with overall communication and performance.” – J. Taylor
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