DHIY Australia

Heavy-Duty Horse & Ranch Fence 3 Rails Styles

By DHIY Australia

AUD$30.00

Per Meter ( 2.44m per section)

 

What is included

  •  1   x Post (150mmx150mm)
  •  3   x Rails
  •  1   x Post cap
  •  Additional parts can be purchased separately

 

Affordable FREIGHT Australia Wide 

PVC 3 rails fence or vinyl horse fence. Post are pre-cut for rails to click in. Need to screw individual picket to top and bottom rails. 

Benefits


 

Does not absorb moisture. Won't blister or peel.

Anti-termite. Will not be destroy by termites.  

No painting or staining. Saves your time and money

Non-toxic. As compared to some of the other fencing materials.

Light Weight. Simple and lightweight to install by anyone.

pvc fence never mould

No rusting, rotting or getting decomposed

Easy to clean, low maintenance, stay new year after year

5 times the tensile strength of comparable wood

Easy to Install. Simple and lightweight to install by anyone

UV Resistant. Won't change colour over time

Comparison


 

 
Vinyl / PVC
Wood
Iron
Warranty
Lifetime
None
None
Projected Life
Yours Plus!
5-7 Years
5-10 Years
Maintenance Free
Yes
No
No
Anti Rust
Yes
No
No
Fungus & Dry Rot Free
Yes
No
No
Free of Harmful Chemicals
(Arsenic, Lead, Creosote)
Yes
No
No
Needs Painting
Never
Regularly
Regularly
Colour Stable
Yes
No
No
Price
Saves Replacement
Short Term Solution
Costs More

 

Gallery - Vinyl / PVC 3 Rails Horse fence


 

 

Vinyl / PVC Horse Fence Installation Guide


 

Vinyl / PVC 3 Rails Ranch Fence

1. Getting Started
• Be sure to check underground prior to digging
• Assemble gates (if necessary) and decide where they will be located
• Stake out the fence line
• Space and mark post hole locations for sections (spacer bar/template may be useful)
• Start at gate end post and work outward to determine proper fence height relative to ground

2. Dig Holes
• Dig holes 60cm - 70cm deep or to frost line
- hole size for 125mm x 125mm posts = 250mm
- hole size for 150mm x 150mm posts = 300mm
• Clean holes and check for straight walls

3. Install First Post
• Insert post in hole
• Determine rough height
• Concrete is not required, it is optional for Jorse and Ranch fence. Use Pea Gravel for drainage and/or fill dirt to level posts.
• Level and square post

4. Install Second Post
• Insert second post in hole
• Insert rails in post
• Use Pea Gravel for drainage and/or fill dirt to level posts.
• Assembly may be continued by installing all bottom rails first, or one section at a time

5. Support and Secure
• Level and square fence
• To lower a post, place a wood block from corner to corner on the post and carefully tap with a mallet
• Never strike the PVC post without a wood support

6. Hang Gate/Install Hardware
• Position gate between posts
• Allow 15mm gap for hinge, latch and gate swing
• Block up gate to square with fence; rails should be level
• Gate hardware must be mounted to two sides of the steel inserted post

7. Solidify Gate Posts
• It is critical that gate hinge and latch posts are solid to ensure proper gate functionality using aluminum gate post insert
• Slide aluminum gate insert inside hinge, latch or end posts with open end facing routed hole
• Drive a screw through the vinyl into the aluminum insert at the bottom of the post to hold in place
• Insert post into ground
• Fill hole with concrete around outside of post

8. Install Caps
• Install post caps
• Caps may be secured with glue, silicone adhesive or screws

PVC horse and ranch fence installation diagram

heavy duty horse and ranch pvc fence

 

 

Aluminium insert for gate hinge

vinyl post aluminium insert for gate

 

Parts & Accessories 


 

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