Quality Timber offers one of the largest ranges of fencing supplies Ipswich.

If you have been searching for a reliable company who offer quality Ipswich fencing supplies then visit our timber fencing yard.

You’ll find everything you need to complete your fencing project.

Quality Timber Fence Supplies Ipswich

You can rely on Quality Timber to stock everything you need if you are looking for fence supplies Ipswich.

Come and visit us at our timber fencing yard for all your Ipswich fencing supplies at: 33 – 35 Frank Heck Close, Beenleigh, Brisbane QLD 4207.

If you have any questions our friendly team at our timber fence yard are available on 07 3287 1733.




What timber should I use for fencing on my Ipswich property?

The most common timber that is used for fences are hardwood posts, pine rails, and pine palings. If unsure of what type of fencing to use for your project, be sure to get in touch with one of our team members and we’ll be able to help out!

What is the cheapest type of fencing?

Timber fencing is the cheapest. For larger blocks or properties, pine logs with dog wire is the most economical. For quality timber fencing at an affordable price, check out our range or give us a call!

How far apart should fence posts be?

To get the best results for your fence, we recommend the posts should be between 2.3m and 2.4m apart.

What is the strongest wood for a fence?

The strongest wood for fencing is hardwood. Hardwood posts are best suited to our Queensland climate. So whether you’re after fence supplies in Ipswich, Brisbane or the Gold Coast, hardwood is usually recommended.

Most quality fencing contractors use pine rails and pine palings due to the cost and availability of hardwood.

What is the easiest fence to install?

The easiest privacy style fence to install on a standard house block (in the Ipswich area) would be a 1800mm high timber fence. It’s important to make sure you choose a quality timber supplier, as if the timber is even slightly warped then the job can become a lot harder to do. 

We offer quality timber fencing materials, and we can also recommend reputable fencing contractors that will come out to you and complete the job with no fuss.

What is a shadow box fence?

Another name for a shadow box fence is a good neighbour fence. This is where the fence palings are 50mm apart and are placed on both sides of the rail. 

The palings will be offset to each other on either side of the rail, so when you stand directly in front of the fence you cannot see through to your neighbour. You can also put a capping rail on top of this style of fence to dress it up.

How deep does a fence post need to be?

A fence post’s needs to be a minimum of 600mm deep into solid ground.

Should fence posts be set in concrete?

To get the best results, it’s ideal for fence posts to be set in concrete. It’s possible to ram earth around the posts but this can be very time consuming. Also if this step is not done right with the proper consistency, the posts will move easily causing your fence to lean or even fall over.

How do I keep my fence post from rotting?

If you have bought quality fencing material which is properly treated to H4 standard, you should get a minimum of 10-15 years out of your timber post. 

By putting drainage gravel at the bottom of your post hole this can also prevent rotting as the post won’t be sitting directly on wet ground. 

If you have any questions about what type of timber would best suit your Ipswich property or need help regarding installation give us a call!

Fencing Suppliers Brisbane & Gold Coast If you have any questions our friendly team at our timber yard are available on 07 3287 1733.

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