Gabion fencing

Whether facing challenging environmental conditions, providing security, or enhancing aesthetic appeal, Gabion fencing excels in offering a formidable barrier.

What is a Gabion fencing?

A gabion, also known as a stone basket, is a structure consisting of a cage made of steel wires that are welded together and connected with posts, also called profiles. Gabions are often made from hot-dip galvanised twin wire mesh fence panels, making them resistant to various weather conditions. The cage is filled with sturdy and heavy material, usually stones, resulting in a very strong and durable construction.

Gabion Fence

Gabions are often used as fences. These fences offer a lot of privacy because they are filled with natural materials such as stones or wood. The most common filling for gabions is natural stone chunks. The use of natural materials makes gabions suitable for various architectural styles and contributes to a natural look in the garden.

Advantages of Gabions

  • Maintenance-Free: Gabions require little to no maintenance.
  • Durable: The use of natural materials makes gabions a sustainable investment.
  • Weather-Resistant: The thermal galvanisation of the steel ensures that the cage is resistant to various weather conditions such as sun and rain.
  • Rust-Resistant: The galvanisation prevents rust formation.
  • Unique Appearance: Gabions give a unique and natural look to the garden.

Other Types of Fences

In addition to gabion fences, Fenceonline also offers other types of fences, such as:

Installing Gabions

Fenceonline can handle the installation of gabions for you. This includes securely setting the gabion posts (profiles) in concrete. The filling of the gabion is usually not done by Fenceonline but can be done manually or with the help of a crane. It is important to fill the gabion evenly and carefully to prevent settling or instability.

Service from Fenceonline

Fenceonline makes it easy to have your gabion delivered to your home, and it can be installed by yourself. If you prefer to have the gabion installed, that is also possible. For questions or more information about gabions, you can contact the advisors at Fenceonline. They are happy to assist you.

Feel free to contact Fenceonline for more information or to schedule an appointment for the installation of your gabion.