Fencing in Wangan, QLD

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Peter Garget

Gray St Wangan QLD 4871 0.7 km away

Craws Farm Services

71 Booth Rd Mena Creek QLD 4871 11.4 km away

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is a 'notice to fence?'
    A notice to fence is a formal document outlining your proposal to either construct or repair a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    What should I do if the fence needs urgent repair?
    If it’s urgent due to fire, flood, or damage you can proceed with the repair without giving notice and without their permission.
  • FAQ
    Do I need to erect a pool fence before I can fill my pool?
    Yes. You cannot by law fill your pool until a pool fence has been erected and certified by a qualified Certifier or your Local Council.
  • FAQ
    What do I do if someone is damaging my dividing fence?
    You can get a Magistrates’ Court order to stop someone from unreasonably damaging a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    Who is responsible for a dividing fence?
    Generally neighbours must contribute equally to building and maintaining a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    What is the minimum height of pool fencing?
    The minimum height for any pool fence is 1200mm from any ground surface.
  • FAQ
    Why is a retaining wall not considered a fence?
    Retaining walls serve a different purpose than fences. They are engineered to support built up or excavated earth.
  • FAQ
    Aluminium or steel fencing?
    Aluminium is advised if your fence is in a harsh environment. Steel is more suitable for high traffic areas such as schools, day care centres, etc.
  • FAQ
    Who owns a dividing fence?
    A dividing fence is owned equally by the adjoining neighbours if it is built on the common boundary line.
  • FAQ
    What is a dividing fence?
    A dividing fence is a barrier or perimeter that separates two pieces of land/properties, etc.

Cairns Fencing

Cassowary Coast QLD

Gadd Allan

72 Illich St Kurrimine Beach QLD 4871 24.6 km away

Barrabindi Fencing

PO Box 355 Babinda QLD 4861 27.4 km away

Blagkor

128 Kruckow Rd Babinda QLD 4861 29.5 km away

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is a dividing fence?
    A dividing fence is a barrier or perimeter that separates two pieces of land/properties, etc.
  • FAQ
    Who owns a dividing fence?
    A dividing fence is owned equally by the adjoining neighbours if it is built on the common boundary line.
  • FAQ
    Aluminium or steel fencing?
    Aluminium is advised if your fence is in a harsh environment. Steel is more suitable for high traffic areas such as schools, day care centres, etc.
  • FAQ
    Why is a retaining wall not considered a fence?
    Retaining walls serve a different purpose than fences. They are engineered to support built up or excavated earth.
  • FAQ
    What is the minimum height of pool fencing?
    The minimum height for any pool fence is 1200mm from any ground surface.
  • FAQ
    Who is responsible for a dividing fence?
    Generally neighbours must contribute equally to building and maintaining a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    What do I do if someone is damaging my dividing fence?
    You can get a Magistrates’ Court order to stop someone from unreasonably damaging a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    Do I need to erect a pool fence before I can fill my pool?
    Yes. You cannot by law fill your pool until a pool fence has been erected and certified by a qualified Certifier or your Local Council.
  • FAQ
    What should I do if the fence needs urgent repair?
    If it’s urgent due to fire, flood, or damage you can proceed with the repair without giving notice and without their permission.
  • FAQ
    What is a 'notice to fence?'
    A notice to fence is a formal document outlining your proposal to either construct or repair a dividing fence.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • FAQ
    What is a 'notice to fence?'
    A notice to fence is a formal document outlining your proposal to either construct or repair a dividing fence.
  • FAQ
    What should I do if the fence needs urgent repair?
    If it’s urgent due to fire, flood, or damage you can proceed with the repair without giving notice and without their permission.
  • FAQ
    Do I need to erect a pool fence before I can fill my pool?
    Yes. You cannot by law fill your pool until a pool fence has been erected and certified by a qualified Certifier or your Local Council.
  • FAQ
    What do I do if someone is damaging my dividing fence?
    You can get a Magistrates’ Court order to stop someone from unreasonably damaging a dividing fence.