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How to Order Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing? 

When it comes to creating a secure and stylish perimeter for your property, Premium Steel Post and Rail fencing offer a beautiful, strong and safe solution. Whether you’re an acreage property owner looking to build a signature property or a commercial stud owner aiming to enhance the security of your premises, ordering the right type and amount of fencing materials is crucial. 

 

If you’re taking charge of the fencing process yourself, thoroughly reviewed Buckley Steel Post and Rail fencing, and planned your fencing layout, the next step is to place an order for the fencing materials based on the design and requirement. If there are any gaps here, it might lead to the wrong delivery of the material and consequent delay in installation as well as your overall fencing project. 

 

At Stock & Noble, we provide the finest fencing solutions to high-end property owners across Australia and New Zealand. We help our clients every step of the way to build beautiful properties and understand the importance of placing the right order. The ordering is a simple process but complete clarity in terms of design, details and vision can ensure the final fencing can meet and exceed your expectations. 

 

This guide will walk you through the steps to make sure you get your Premium steel post and rail fencing right. We’ll delve into the details of the process, from planning to installation, providing you with valuable insights to make your fencing project a success. 

 

It’s important to highlight that the ordering process we’re discussing for Premium Steel Post and Rail fencing can be equally valuable for individuals placing orders for morticed timber post and rail fencing. 

Step 1: Utilise the Map My Fence Tool 

Before you start ordering materials, it’s essential to have a clear plan in mind. Thanks to modern technology, interactive tools like “Map My Fence” can help you visualise your fencing design accurately. 

Once you’ve sketched out your ideal layout, submit it for a quote. This preliminary step is critical in ensuring you have a solid starting point for your fencing project. 

If you wish, you can also check out other tools to help you create an accurate fencing plan. 

 

MAP MY FENCE

 

Step 2: Determine Your Material Needs 

Now that you have a quote and a clear design in hand, it’s time to finalise your list of materials for the Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing. 

Here’s a breakdown of the types of posts you’ll need: 

End Posts: These are your starting and ending points for the fence line. They have holes or mortices on one side and are positioned at the beginning and end of your fence lines.  They are also used either side of a gateway. 

 

Corner Posts: For each 90-degree turn in your fence line, you’ll need a corner post with pre-cut mortices or slots. These posts are essential to maintain the stability and alignment of your fencing. 

 

T Posts: If your fencing design includes internal fence lines branching out from the boundary fence, T posts will be required at those junctions to provide support. 

 

4-Way Posts: Internal fences that intersect at a single point will need 4-way posts to ensure stability and structural integrity. 

 

Line Posts: 

Line posts are a smart design with slots or mortices on two sides of the post, positioned directly opposite each other. These posts are also commonly referred to as intermediate posts. 

 

Step 3: Calculate Line Posts 

Line posts, also known as intermediate posts, play a vital role in maintaining the integrity of your fence between the end, corner, and specialized posts. To calculate the number of line posts needed: 

 

Calculate the total linear meterage of your project. 

Divide the linear meterage by 2.94 meters (centre-to-centre spacing). 

This calculation will give you an estimate of the total posts required. 

 

Remember, if you have gates within a fence run, add an extra post at the end of each fence run. For instance, a 100-meter fence would require 34 posts. After adding the 2 extra end posts, you’ll need 36 posts in total. Deduct the end posts (4) from this total to find out how many line posts you need. In this case, it’s 32-line posts. 

 

The simple sketches below would further clarify the calculation of the required posts. 

Fencing design calculation

 

Fence Post calculator   

Step 4: Choose Your Approach to Order Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing 

You have two options to proceed: 

Send in your design, and the experts will do the material take-off for you, ensuring precise quantities of each type of post. 

Calculate the material quantities yourself, and receive an invoice reflecting your calculated needs. 

It’s often beneficial to have another pair of eyes review your plan. Feel free to share a copy of your design, along with the material quantities, with our team for confirmation. We’re here to provide that extra assurance and support in making your project a success. 

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Step 5: Review the Invoice for Fencing Material 

Once you receive the invoice based on your chosen approach, review it against your plan to ensure accuracy. 

 

Step 6: Material Delivery and Installation 

Upon confirming and paying the invoice, your fencing materials will be shipped to you. You can choose to have them professionally installed or take on the installation yourself, using your carefully crafted plan. 

 

You can dig deeper into the installation of Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing. 

 

Ready to Order Your Premium Steel Post and Rail Fencing? 

You want to build a fence using the finest steel post and rail and wanted to know the details of placing the right order. By following the steps outlined in this guide, you can confidently place your order, secure in the knowledge that you have the right materials for the job. 

 

Remember, understanding the Buckley system and how it all comes together is the key to a smooth fencing experience. So, take the time to plan, calculate, and execute, and soon you’ll have a beautifully installed post and rail fence enhancing the aesthetics and security of your property. 

 

Ordering and installing premium steel post and rail fencing may seem daunting at first, but with the right approach and accurate planning, you can achieve outstanding results. Once the order is placed, check these 4 things to make sure your fencing project runs smoothly and successfully. 

 

For further assistance and personalised guidance, don’t hesitate to speak to our experts. They are available to guide you at every step of your fencing journey, from discussing your vision in detail to helping you choose the right fencing solution and ensuring you place the correct order, and your installation goes swiftly and smoothly. We are committed to helping you create a safe and beautiful property just the way you imagined.  

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