Fences



A fence is a fence is a fence. Or is it?


What are you keeping in and what are you keeping out? Do you have problems with moose, deer, coyotes or domestic dogs? How tall are your horses? Do you or your neighbours have young children? Where are your watering points? What is the drainage like? What type of soil are you fencing on? Is there going to be stocking pressure on both sides of the fence? How many trees are you willing to part with to stay “on line”?


We ask you questions like these to understand exactly what you need. Then, we build to your specifications.


Click on the links below to learn more about our fences.


  • Thanks to our many years of experience, we know that the biggest complaint people have with their gates is that, over time, they sag or misalign. This is largely due to improper installation or installation of the wrong kind of gate – one that…

  • Post and rail fences have a traditional western appearance. Austech’s rail fences satisfy both form and function, by being visually attractive and structurally strong. They are built exclusively from West Fraser round wood doweled posts and rails; the doweled product is consistent in its…

  • We don’t use old-fashioned soft barb (did you know it was developed in 1873?) as it stretches too easily and requires regular maintenance. Most soft barb (Canadian) only has Class 1 galvanizing.  At Austech, we use Gaucho, a Class 3 galvanized high tensile wire…

  • We’ve built fabric enclosures for everything from muskox to peacocks! Most commonly used in agriculture to contain sheep, goats or game, fabric fence can now be utilized for domestic dog enclosures too. So forget about those expensive chain-link dog runs or industrial-looking fences. With…

  •   Are you looking for a fence that is low maintenance, contains no spikes or nails, is sturdy and can be repaired quite easily by you? Then you might want to consider our galvanized swedged pipe continuous fence. Continuous fence virtually eliminates cuts and…

  • We endeavor to respond to the requests of our customers and do projects that might not be considered traditional fencing. Fencing out critters instead of fencing them in, round pens for the horse enthusiast, raised beds for the gardener. Have a project that’s a…