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    Default Brushwood fence

    Hi,
    I'm looking for some advice...one side of my property has a walkway and i'm looking to replace the existing delapitated pine fence with brushwood. It will need to be at least 1.8m height to deter nosey dog-walkers. It will be against the full length of the property, more than 20m. Since the walkway belongs to the council, i think i will have to fund the whole project


    Colourbond will make me feel trapped inside a tin box and possibly attract up and coming artists, and therefore thought brushwood would be better.

    Before i run off and get quotes, is there stuff i need to be aware against getting brushwood? Would appreciate any advice.

    Thanks
    Nelum

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    I have friends in Adelaide who had trouble with vandals setting the fence on fire, twice.

    Good luck.
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    Yes vandals can be a problem setting fire, some time ago it was a big rage to set fire to a brush fence.
    You can now purchase a brush panel approx 50mm thick that has been coated with a fire retardent depending on what style brush fence you are after.
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