Colorbond Fencing Styles

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Colorbond Fencing Styles
Colorbond produces steel fencing in many different colours and styles. (fencing barriers image by Marilyn barbone from Fotolia.com)

Colorbond is an Australian building company that has been producing steel fencing since 1966. By switching to steel from corrugated iron, Colorbond reinvented the building industry. Over time the company expanded to provide 14 different colour options for their fencing. Colorbond provides three different fencing styles: Traditional, Lattice Fencing and Gated Fencing.

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Traditional Fencing

Colorbond's most basic style is called Traditional Fencing. This style includes Colorbond's corrugated steel fencing pattern and is available with all 14 colour options. Traditional Fencing is Colorbond's most commonly sold type of fencing.

Lattice Fencing

Colorbond fencing also comes with the style option of lattice. This style includes all the same colour options as the traditional fencing, with the addition of a lattice pattern placed on top of traditional fencing. The lattice pattern, however, only comes in white. The lattice adds another 12 inches of fencing height, which can provide additional security and privacy.

Gated Fencing

Colorbond also provides a style of fencing that includes a gate. This style comes with all 14 colour options, and uses the traditional fencing pattern. The only difference is the addition of a gate to provide easier access. The gate can be painted to match the colour of the fencing, and it can be locked to assure security.

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