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What is a Modular Wall?

A Modular Wall is a free-standing outdoor wall system, commonly used for high end residential fencing, acoustic barriers and retaining walls. There are many different panel and post types to suit the different and wide-ranging applications.
It is comprised of different parts, or modules, that slot together to form a solid, durable structure.

The main modules include posts and panels, with extra modules to customise the aesthetic, including things like post tops, wall capping and expressed joining profiles.

In fact, we invented the product and category in 2003, when our founder, Nick Holden appeared on the ABC’s New Inventors program! Watch the video on our About Us page for the full story.

 

What is a Modular Wall made of?

Although we have many different wall panels and post types, they all share a common family of raw material types.

Our AcoustiMax wall panels (which are the panels found in SlimWall, TrendWall, VogueWall and EstateWall) have fibre cement outer skins, laminated to a lightweight EPS core.

Our posts are manufactured from galvanised, high tensile steel or aluminium, that are further protected by pre-applied primers.

 

Where are Modular Walls made?

We are a proud Australian manufacturer that designs, manufactures and engineers our products and machinery locally, under strict ISO9001 quality control measures, design specifically for Australian conditions and climates.

 

Where are your Modular Walls available?

Nationwide! We manufacture and supply all products from our manufacturing facility & Head Office in Kurnell, NSW and dispatch daily, to all parts of Australia.

 

Is your product available internationally, i.e UK & US?

All international orders are dispatched from our Sydney warehouse. We ship to the US, UK & NZ on a semi-regular (but demand-driven) basis. However, we have also sent walls out to Fiji (for a hotel development), Papua New Guinea (for a mining sound barrier application) and Norfolk Island, for a DIYer that just needed a Modular Wall in her life!

Please contact customer support for more information on minimum order quantities, import duties and all the wonderful, little things that are unique to each country.

 

Does ModularWalls have installers?

As we are the manufacturer, we don’t have any installers under the direct ModularWalls umbrella. We do, however, have a national network of Trade Partners, who are skilled, reliable tradies that we trust to quote and install our product correctly and efficiently.

Whilst they are their own businesses, they are the preferred installers for our wall and fencing systems. You can find more information on our Trade Partners in the Installation options tab of our FAQ, or in this guide to Professional Install.

 

Can the walls be installed in remote areas?

We have installed long and tall walls in many many remote corners of the country, from rural NSW, central QLD to mining camps in Karratha, WA.

For commercial or industrial projects, we also have commercial sales representatives in most areas of Australia, traveling almost anywhere!

 

Where are your showrooms located?

We currently have three showrooms:

Sydney — Head Office

2a Clerke Place, Kurnell, NSW, 2231

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00AM to 5:00PM (Sydney time)

P: 1300 556 957

 

Brisbane Showroom

The Build & Design Centre, 66 Merivale Street, South Brisbane QLD 4101

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 9:00AM to 5:00PM (Brisbane time)

P: 1300 556 957

 

Coming Soon: ModularWalls Melbourne

15 Equator Rd, Thomastown VIC 3074

Office Hours: Monday – Friday: 8:00AM to 4:00PM (Melbourne time)

P: 1300 556 957

 

We also have a stockist in Adelaide:

Mighty M
11-15, Maxwell Rd, Pooraka, SA 5095
08 8405 7112

*We currently do not have any showrooms in WA, NT, ACT and TAS; however, we do have a nation-wide network of Trade Partners to assist you with your project!

 

I’d like to see the product myself; do you send out samples?

No, unfortunately, we do not send out samples. However, if you get in touch with our customer service team, they will do their best to direct you to a showroom, or a visible Modular Wall in your local area!

How does a Modular Wall compare to a rendered brick wall?

Basically, a Modular Walls emulates the look of a rendered brick wall, for a fraction of the price and installation time. Modular Walls negate the need for any strip footings, they’re far more DIY-friendly, they’re installed in a quarter of the time and they offer a lightweight alternative for when masonry is too heavy (such as poolside applications or over easements/underground services).

The price difference really depends on where you live in Australia, as prices for brick or block walls vary greatly. But generally, when you consider all the elements required for a brick wall, including strip foundations and reinforcement, a Modular Wall can be up to half the cost!

Please see our Modular Walls vs Brick Walls comparison for a more exhaustive breakdown.

 

How does Modular Fencing compare to Colorbond fencing?

Modular Fencing is usually double (or more) the price of Colorbond fencing — however, it is like comparing chalk and cheese. A Modular Wall is a high-end product with premium aesthetics, noise reduction performance, retaining capabilities and heightened durability, compared to metal fencing. Modular Fencing also offers some unique benefits for coastal homes or highly corrosive environments, due to our Aluminium post options. If you are in search of the cheapest boundary demarcation possible, Colorbond will be a safe choice. However, if you want a durable, beautiful frame to your home that you can feel proud of…you’ve come to the right place!

You can check out our Modular Fencing vs Colorbond Fencing blog post for a more detailed comparison.

 

How does a Modular Fence compare to timber fencing?

Much like metal fencing, Modular Fencing offers better acoustics, retaining capabilities and heightened durability, as well as environmental benefits for bush fire zones, coastal homes and termite prone areas, compared to timber.

Price differences can vary greatly, depending on the type and grade of timber fencing you wish to compare to; however, our Modular Fencing vs Timber Fencing comparison will give a rough indication as to where we sit in the timber pricing ladder.

 

How does a Modular Wall compare to brushwood fencing?

Modular Walls are roughly the same price point as brushwood fencing; however, Modular Walls offer a more contemporary aesthetic and are better suited for certain Aussie climates, especially in bushfire regions; Modular Walls are compliant for BAL 29 properties, with the option to customise for BAl40!

Our Modular Fencing vs Brushwood Fencing comparison goes into all the finer details, so be sure to check it out!

Do the walls provide noise reduction?

Yes! All our walls will provide excellent results in reducing all sources of noise. Noise reduction is very dependent on noise type, height and terrain, but on average, our products achieve ~25dB noise reduction*, thus quartering the loudness of a typical noisy environment. (*tested by National Acoustic Laboratory)

For more information, check out our Noise Reduction page, or take a look at our SlimWall Lawnmower Test and Acoustic Field Test Report.

 

What is the acoustic rating of your products?

Each product will have their respective acoustic ratings on their specification sheets, which can be found on the product page, or in our Specification Sheet Library.

 

Will a Modular Wall reduce general neighbourhood noise?

Our Modular Walls were designed with this purpose in mind! However, noise reduction is always dependent on factors like noise types, noise sources and the location and height of the noise barrier (or Modular Wall).

You can find all the details in our guide to acoustic fencing, where our Executive Director, Jason Harvey, explains all the different noise concerns…and the perfect acoustic solution!

 

Will a Modular Wall reduce road noise?

They can indeed reduce road noise; however, the degree of reduction depends on many factors, such as how close you are to the noise source (the road), and how close your property is to the noise barrier (the Modular Wall).

You can check out our guide to blocking road noise for more details.

 

Can I install your panels around air conditioning units or pool pumps to reduce the noise?

We have certainly designed similar solutions before, however, it is dependent on your unique situation. In general, as it is low frequency noise, it is best to always absorb, rather than reflect it; our AcoustiSorb panel is specifically designed for this use, but due to its high acoustic performance, is more expensive than our usual residential wall systems.

Simply contact our customer service team with the specifics of your noise problem and we can discuss the perfect acoustic solution for your needs and budget.

How strong are the walls? How impact-resistant are your panels?

The composite construction of our panels (AcoustiMax, which is the panel found in SlimWall, TrendWall, VogueWall, EstateWall) has great impact resistance, yet weighs less than 30 kilos. Daily knocks and bumps will not affect the wall whatsoever. Any severe impacts that may bruise the wall (such as a cricket ball at full steam) can be easily repaired with an exterior grade filler.

 

Will a whipper snipper damage the panel?

No, our Modular Walls are tried and tested to withstand the regular wear and tear of daily life. It may take some paint off on occasion, but this is a simple fix (and also happens with brick walls or painted timber fences!).

 

What is the BAL rating of your products?

ModularWalls’ products are non-combustible and offer a standard BAL29 compliance. They can also be customised for BAL 40 compliance upon request; simply notify your consultant of your specific BAL rating needs.

Please see our BAL40 case study for more information.

 

Do you have cyclone-rated walls?

The walls and varying post systems have been designed and engineered for up to wind region C (Cyclonic) wind speeds. However, we have also previously designed and built walls in wind region D (Australia’s harshest wind region); please check each wall system to see which wind region they are engineered for, or call our consultants to discuss what’s possible.

 

How do I find what my wind region is?

Dome Shelter has a great map that highlights wind regions across Australia. To help understand how our product works with these wind regions, please have a read of this blog post on designing cyclone-rated walls.

 

How strong are your retaining panels?

Our residential TerraFirm50 and 75 retaining panels retain up to 500mm & 750mm of soil respectively, with a live surcharge of up to 2.5kpa. They are strengthened by internal reinforcement ribs and differ from our standard (AcoustiMax) panels.

If you have a more hardcore residential retaining requirement, you can step up to our semi-commercial grade TerraFirm Pro panel, which has a 5kPa capacity.

Most importantly, if you require retaining for your project, please highlight this to your sales consultant so they can include TerraFirm retaining panels in your wall design.

Where do I start? How do I plan my wall or fence project?

We’ve got you covered; please see our step by step guide on where to start with your fencing project!

 

Can you help with the design of my wall?

We certainly can! With in-house drafters, we can provide 3D drawings of your wall and our website has an extensive gallery of images and case studies to inspire you. We can also assist with council-style 2D plans, to help with any application processes.

**Please note that whilst we can help with your wall design, we do not create landscaping plans.

 

Do I need council approval?

Every council is different; we advise that you consult your local council for the specific guidelines for your home and application.

However, as the walls do not use strip footings like traditional masonry, you will generally only need to comply with their relevant height regulations, which can usually be found on their respective websites. If your local council has any questions, we would be happy to assist.

State by state:

Who can install my wall?

Anybody can install a Modular Wall; even you! You can either do it yourself or engage one of our qualified Trade Partners to do it for you.

 

Can your product be installed by an amateur?

Yes! Our DIY option includes consultant advice on material and design choices, installation guides, videos and 7-day phone and video calling support, so you can remain calm with the knowledge that the answer to any question is waiting for you, on the other end of the line!

 

Is it easy to DIY?

Super easy! Can you assemble an IKEA kit? Can you dig a hole? Then you can build a Modular Wall. Plus, you get Head Office support every step of the way, including 7-day phone and video csall assistance, so you’ll never be on your own if you have a question! See our DIY Installation page for more information.

 

Do ModularWalls have installers? 

As we are the manufacturer, we don’t have any installers within MondularWalls. We do, however, have a national network of Trade Partners, who skilled, reliable tradies that we trust to quote and install our product correctly and efficiently.

If this installation option is requested, we will match you up with the perfect Trade Partner in your area, who will then come to your site and provide a free, onsite quotation.

Working with a local installer often helps, as they are knowledgeable on the local requirements, regulations and environmental conditions, as well as the product itself.

 

How do I contact a ModularWalls Trade Partner?

The best place to start is our free, easy to use, quick calculator tool. Our calculator gives you instant pricing on product, installation and delivery!

If you’re happy with the ballpark price, we forward your quote onto a local Trade Partner who will walk you through the process. We then check-in and see how the project is going for you, to ensure your experience with that Trade Partner is running smoothly.

 

How do I become an installer of your product?

How exciting! If you’re interested in installing Modular Walls in your area, you can the head to our Become A Trade Partner page and fill out the form, or call us directly on 1300 556 957.

What are the thicknesses of your panels?

SlimWall is 50mm (15.3 kg/m2), while TrendWall, VogueWall and EstateWall are all 75mm (15.49 kg/m2).

 

What is the weight of the panels?

As our panels come in different heights and thicknesses, the weight depends on these measurements. The weight of our most common panels are:

AcoustiMax50 Panels (used in SlimWall):

600mm 22.03kg
900mm 33.74kg
1200mm 44.06kg

 

AcoustiMax75 Panels (used in TrendWall, VogueWall and EstateWall):

600mm 22.30kg
900mm 33.15kg
1200mm 44.61kg

 

What is the maximum wall height?

Our pre-engineered residential wall styles reach up to 3m (wind region dependant).

Commercially, or for bespoke solutions, we have no real ‘maximum’; anything can be engineered within reason. It usually depends more on council regulations and budget.

We’ve built a series of enclosure walls in remote QLD, reaching up to 12m tall! Most jobs under 6m in height are considered standard. Anything over this, we custom-engineer to suit the site requirements.

 

Do you have posts for corners at 45-degree angles?

Yes, we do! Our sales team will include these once they know your design.

 

Does the soil type, terrain category and wind region affect the installation specifications?

We supply pre-engineered solutions for our products that state typical installation details depending on your region; however, we do customise our design to meet site-specific requirements. Simply let your sales consultant know the details of your site and they can advise!

For commercial projects, we will supply site-specific installation specifications for most commercial projects, which will state exact footing dimensions required based upon the wind region, soil type and terrain category. Most jobs are possible, so we enjoy the challenge of any ‘out-of the-ordinary’ or difficult installation requirements.

 

I need to retain higher than 750mm; will I still be able to use TerraFirm?

For any retaining over 750mm, or over 2.5kPa surcharge live loads, you will need to use our TerraFirm Pro (5kPa), TerraFirmX (10kPa) or TerraFirmXL (10kPa) commercial retaining panels.

These are specialised panels which will require equipment to lift and install the panels, as well as additional engineering.

 

I need to cut down my panel, how do I do this?

You can cut our AcoustiMax panels using a circular saw (see the back of your Installation Guide). In regards to TerraFirm retaining panels, you can use a demo saw with a friction blade to get through the internal steel reinforcement, or any saw that can cut through both metal and fibre cement as one.

 

Can you hide the horizontal panel join line?

Yes, but it’s not common, as we often find that the cost far outweighs the visual gain. However, if this is important to you and your design, please see our guide on how to effectively conceal the join line…and how not to!

 

What if I hit rock when I start digging?

It depends on the depth and the type of rock; is solid or a floater? Do you need to jackhammer or drill, or is it at an acceptable footing depth that you can just make the footing wider?

Please send through the specific details of your situation and we can assist with the best solution for your predicament.

 

Can your products be mounted on an existing concrete slab?

Yes, you can do this using our base plates. When you place your order, simply inform our sales staff on how thick the concrete slab is, to ensure it is compliant.

 

Can your product be installed on a raised deck?

This depends on the structure/engineering/capability of the deck, the height of the deck and the strength of the deck.

It can be done (and we have seen it done on many occasions), typically on the bearer or joist of the deck, or along the side of the deck; however, we recommend you check with your fencer or builder, as this is not a ‘one size fits all’ answer.

 

Can I install a Modular Wall on top of an existing retaining wall?

Yes, using our base plate or core drill receptor options; simply ask our sales staff when you place your order.

Be sure to mention the height of the retaining wall, as this will affect the overall height of the wall and may affect wind loads.  It also depends on whether the retaining wall you are attaching too is capable of accepting a fence/wall on top.

 

Can I install a Modular Wall on top of my treated pine retaining wall?

It is not impossible (via a fence connector), however it is dependent on the treated pine retaining wall.

Please send photos of your area to our customer support team for them to assess and advise how best to continue.

 

Do you have to use concrete to set the posts?

You can either concrete our posts into the ground, or attach the posts to concrete slabs or raised decks using our base plates. You can read about this in our Installation Guides, but obviously, the surface/substrate you are attaching too must be capable of carrying the additional loads and forces.

 

Can you attach a Modular Wall to the face of an existing fence? Can you use existing fences posts or foundations?

This is not a call we can make remotely. Generally, we never recommend attaching a Modular Wall to an existing fence, as the structural state of the existing fence, as well as its alignment and foundations, are unknown. Therefore, it is best practice to remove the existing fence and replace it with a Modular Wall.

If removing the fence is not an option, a Modular Wall can also be placed as close to the existing fence as feasible. This is a common solution for customers experiencing neighbourly disputes regarding dividing fences.

If you are installing a Modular Wall in front of an existing fence, please note that it is recommended that the post hole foundations do not align with the existing fence, to save any collision with the current fence.

 

Can your panels be installed with existing Colorbond posts?

This is not something we do or recommend. We feel it affects the high level of aesthetic integrity we pride ourselves in and we cannot be confident of the structural state of the existing fence posts, as well as its alignment or foundations.

It should be noted that the term ‘Colorbond’ is used generically for a metal fence system; all metal fence systems are not the same in regards to their post dimensions, so be sure to understand the specifics of your existing fence system.

 

Can your panels be installed between existing brick columns?

It is possible, with the use of wall mount channels; please contact customer support to see if the solution will work for your project.

 

Can your products be used on balconies as a screen?

No, our walls and fences are for outdoor use only and strictly for the purposes we have outlined. There are various standards applied to fall protection barriers for balconies.

 

Can you use your product for cladding a home?

No, we specialise in walls, fences and noise barriers, so cladding is not a solution we offer.

Please visit our sister company, Versiclad, who specialise in the lightweight housing and granny flat market.

 

Can your products be used to build structures, like a garage?

No, we specialise in walls, fences and noise barriers; please visit our sister company, Versiclad, who specialise in the lightweight housing and granny flat market.

 

Do you have an FRL rating?

No, we are not inside the building envelope and as such, do not require an FRL rating. We are an external product; however, we are compliant with the fencing requirements for BAL 29 & BAL 40 properties.

 

Can you use your product as bench seating?

Yes, however it is not the norm and it is not our product’s primary purpose.

However, if you would like to use it for this purpose, we recommend engaging specific advice from your builder or fencer, with a separate product for the actual seat base. (This was actually done for our Three Birds Renovations, House 11 project!)

 

Can I add more panels, or slats/decorative infills, to my Modular Wall at a later time?

This is entirely possible! However, it depends on your current posts and foundations and whether they will take the additional wind loads that extra heights will impose.

Call our customer service team to discuss how we can visually and seamlessly provide a solution to extend your current posts using a ‘post skin’.

Do I need to apply a base coat before painting?

A base primer is not required if the paint being applied is self-priming and suitable for untreated fibre cement/masonry substrates. We recommend the Dulux Weathershield range.

Please see our Painting Guide for more information.

 

Do you need to seal the joins between panels before painting?

No; as if it is done poorly, it can negatively affect the finished aesthetic of your wall.

However, if hiding or lessening the panel join line is essential for your desired aesthetic, we have a detailed guide of how to properly hide your panel join line.

 

Can you hide the horizontal panel join line?

We don’t usually recommend it, as we often find that the cost far outweighs the visual gain. However, if this is important to you and your design, please see our guide on how to effectively conceal the join line…and how not to!

 

Does the wall have to be painted?

Your Modular Wall must be painted (or finished in some way) within 90 days of installation, in order to secure your warranty. Please see our Painting Guide for more details.

 

What other wall finishes can I have? Do the panels come pre-finished or pre-painted?

Our panels and posts come in a ‘raw’, primed state, ready to accept an exterior grade finish. The walls can be painted, acrylic rendered, tiled, clad, or texture-painted; you can browse all our Finishing Guides here.

 

The Aluminium posts and post tops look like they are powder coated; what colour is the finish?

Our posts and post tops come in their raw state, which is Oyster Grey; however, they are not pre-finished and will still need to be painted within 90 days of installation in order to secure your warranty.

Please see our Finishing Guides to see what preparation is required for your desired finish.

 

Can you render a Modular Wall?

Our walls have been designed to emulate a rendered finish with a simple few coats of paint or texture paint.

However, you can also render the panels, if desired; we recommend an acrylic render, with a popular choice amongst our customers being Dulux’s AcraTex AcraSand.You can check out our video tutorial on How to Render your Modular Wall here!

Please note that you only can render the panels; the posts do not accept trowel-on renders and will need to be finished with a textured paint to harmonise with the panel texture.

 

Can I apply stackstone or tiles to the wall panels?

Yes, the fibre cement finish of the wall panel allows stackstone, tiles and cladding to be attached in the same way as a bathroom application, using an external grade acrylic tile adhesive. We recommend no more than around 50kgs/sqm of weight is applied.

You may also need to grout under the panel support brackets, so as to transfer any additional vertical load imposed by the tiles/stone directly into the foundation.

 

Do you sell slats and timber battens?

No, as we find that it’s best to leave this customisation open to our trade partners or customers! This means you have total creative freedom to integrate the perfect slats or battens for your design; see our Customisations page for more information.

 

Who is your recommended supplier for slats?

Stratco as our recommended slat supplier/fabricator. They are a national company and can be found in all states. Check out the Slats category on their website for more information!

 

How do I integrate slats or decorative infills?

Very easily! Please read our Slats Installation Guide for step by step instructions.

 

Can features be hung off or attached to the walls?

Yes, you can attach most things that would normally be attached to a masonry wall, such as exterior art, ornaments and creeping vines.

Please see our ‘Fixing to a Panel’ Installation Guide for more information.

 

Can I attach a hose or clothesline to my wall?

You can! You will need to attach these items to the posts; however, we may need to supply you some internal post reinforcements, depending on your post type and the weight of your clothes line.

We have had many customers do this in their backyard, so please contact customer support for photos and advice!

 

Can the walls accommodate a letterbox?

Yes, our VogueWall and EstateWall post and panels can easily accommodate our ModularWalls Stainless Steel letterbox. For all other wall styles, the Modular letterbox can be recessed into the wall panel, but not the post. Alternatively, any letterbox that was designed to suit a standard, single brick wall will suit.

You can learn how to incorporate a letterbox into your panel or post by reading our Letterbox Installation Guide.

 

Can lighting be integrated with the walls?

Yes, all our wall panels contain internal recesses that allow concealed wiring to be installed during installation. The wiring is normally concealed under the panel capping, then looped through the middle of the posts. Lights are bridged off this wiring and can be mounted on either post or panel.

Typically, we see 12V LED systems used as it is safe and reliable, but you can explore many other lighting varieties.

Please have a look at our Lighting Installation Guide for more details.

 

Do you supply driveway gates?

While we do sell pedestrian gates, we do not manufacture driveway gates. However, if your wall is installed by a Trade Partner, be sure to ask them; they can usually assist you in this area.

To find out how to install pedestrian gates, please refer to our Gates Installation Guide.

How long will it take for my order to ship?

This depends on a couple of factors. Order processing times are around 5-10 business days, depending on your order. Shipping then takes between 2-10 business days, depending on where you live. However, your sales consultant will be able to communicate your specific processing and shipping time frame.

For more details, you can also check out our full Shipping Policy.

 

Do we pick up from a depot, or can it be delivered to my property?

Both! There are depots all around Australia where you can pick up your materials to save on site delivery charges, if you have a ute or trailer (or a friend who owes you a favour!).

However, a Hiab delivery to your site address can also be arranged; have a chat with your sales consultant to choose the best option for your project.

If your wall is being installed by a Trade Partner, this will all be organised by them.

 

What warranty do the walls have?

If installed by a recommended installer, or installed in accordance with our installation instructions, the wall and all associated components are covered against product failure for 15 years.

Please see our Warranty Form for further details.

 

Do you accept returns or exchanges?

In the event that any items are damaged or faulty, or you have received an incorrect item, you are entitled to a return or exchange, as long as you notify ModularWalls in writing within 3 days of receiving the goods. Please read our Returns Policy for further details on how to lodge a return/exchange request.

Please note that we do not refund or exchange for change of mind.

Can commercial walls be installed by our own trades/civil skilled labor?

Yes; we offer comprehensive installation guides and resources, as well as 7 day technical support. We can also offer an experienced member of our team to attend the start of the installation to train or assist in kicking off the job, to get installation on the right path.

 

Can the panels be cut down?

Our AcoustiMax panels can be cut using a circular saw (see the back of your Installation Guide).

Our TerraFirm retaining panels, can be cut using a demo saw with a friction blade, to get through the internal steel reinforcement, or any saw that can cut through both metal and fibre cement as one.

Our EnduroMax panel contains a perforated steel reinforcement layer under the fiber cement; we have had excellent results using this particular multi-purpose circular saw blade by Evolution.

 

Does the soil type, terrain category and wind region affect the installation specifications?

For commercial projects, we will supply site-specific installation specifications for most commercial projects, which will state exact footing dimensions required based upon the wind region, soil type and terrain category.

Most jobs are possible, so we enjoy the challenge of any ‘out-of the-ordinary’ or difficult installation requirements.

 

Can the walls be installed in remote areas?

We have installed long and tall walls in many many remote corners of the country, from rural NSW, central QLD to mining camps in Karratha, WA.

We also have commercial sales representatives in most areas of Australia, who will travel almost anywhere!

 

What is the maximum wall height?

Our pre-engineered residential wall styles reach up to 3m (wind region dependant).

For bespoke solutions, we have no real ‘maximum’; anything can be engineered within reason. It usually depends on council regulations and budget.

We’ve built a series of enclosure walls in remote QLD, reaching up to 12m tall! Most jobs under 6m in height are considered standard. Anything over this, we custom-engineer to suit the site requirements.