Fencing

YOUR ONE STOP SHOP FOR FENCING

At Hales, we stock an extensive selection of Fencing materials for every size of fencing project. Whether you need Fencing equipment for your farm or garden, or if you are after highways fencing with a 30 years desired life treatment, we have you covered! Our large selection of Fencing supplies includes Fence Panels, Wooden Posts and Rails, Highways Fencing, Wire Netting, Stock Fencing and Nails/Staples.


FENCE PANELS


TRELLIS PANELS


DECORATIVE PANELS


WOODEN POST & RAIL


CONCRETE


DURAPOST


WIRE & STOCK NETTING

PRESSURE TREATED AS STANDARD

All our timber products are pressure treated as standard in order to ensure they have a long and low maintenance service life and are fully protected against wood decay and insect attack. 

At Hales, we stock both green and brown treated timber. However, it’s important to know the difference and which Is most suitable for your gardening project. Green timber has a naturally pale, wooden colour that blends perfectly with outdoor environments with a slight green tint caused by the pressure-treating process. Brown timber is a darker colour which goes through the same pressure treated process as green but an additional dye is added to the treatment to provide a chestnut brown wood appearance.

Ultimately, the choose between these two colours depends on personal preference. We stock a wide range of green timber as this is the most popular option and a more limited selection of brown timber. However, you can order any of our timber to be treated brown and we will get this done ready to collect the very next day. 

If you want more information on our timber treatment process click here

IS NOISE AN ISSUE?

If noise is an issue our Noise Stop Acoustic Panels are a cost effective method of reducing noise nuisance, a growing problem in our densely populated modern world.

 These panels not only look great but provide the very best solution to tackle excessive and unwanted noise across many applications. 

Our Acoustic fencing works by creating an adequate barrier to disturb and repel any unwanted sound. This can have an extreme effect, noticeably reducing noise levels and minimising any previous disruption.