Fence Runner - Shells

Price
$389
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Clean Laser Cut Designs, Strong Construction, Easy To Install and Long lasting Fence System.

Our Fence Runners are a cost effective and easy to install. Use the runners to break the monotony of any fence and provide it that million dollar look. Or use the runners to add height to you fence. 

Design Junction fence panels feature clean and intricate laser cut designs. Choose from a range of designs to suit any home or commercial building.

 

The material thickness has been chosen to ensure the panels are strong and long lasting.

Corten Steel and Powder Coated Steel panels are long lasting and economical option for decorative garden fences & privacy screens. Corten panels will rust gradually and yet retain its strength. The coloured panels are sand blasted and zinc coated prior to powder coating.

Contact Us for other colour options or for customised panels screens, mounting options and complete fence solutions. Our design team will work with you to create your own unique private space. 

About Us

The Design Junction is a New Zealand owned and operated design business operating out of Christchurch.

We specialize in laser cut and fabricated steel and aluminium features. All of our products are available in both a rustic corten steel (rust look) and a powdercoated finish.

Contact Us

Please call 03 2616 023 or use the contact form further down the page to get in touch with us.

How to Install DJ Fencing Solutions

For Design Junction Steel Posts with Mounting Tabs

Step 1:Mark your holes at the width required by your panels and hardware
Step 2:Dig holes for your posts according to your local council regulations. General guidelines are:
 a.Hole depth should be 1/3 of the full fence height.
    i.An 1800mm high fence would be 600mm deep.
    ii.A 2000mm fence would be 666mm deep.
 b.Hole width should be 2/3 of the hole depth
    i.A 600mm deep hole would need to be 400mm wide
    ii.An 800mm deep hole would need to be
Step 3:Fill ~50mm of the hole with concrete before planting the posts to give the posts a base to rest on.
Step 4:Place your posts into the hole and brace them & level them using timber bracing clamped to the posts and driven into the ground.
Step 5:Once the concrete has cured, remove the bracing and you are ready to hang your panels
Step 6:Get someone to hold your first panel in place and line the holes on the panels up with the holes on the mounting tabs (a spacer underneath helps a lot here) and thread the first M8 bolt into one of the top holes then thread the nut on to the back. Do not tighten all the way.
Step 7:Put the second nut and bolt on the other top hole and do not tighten all the way.
Step 8:Install the rest of the nuts and bolts in the remaining holes without tightening all the way.
Step 9:Fully tighten all the nuts and bolts in a star pattern starting from one of the top corners.
Step 10:Repeat steps 6-9 to install the rest of your panels.
Step 11:Enjoy your new fence.

For Wooden Posts using Design Junction Brackets

Step 1:Mark your holes at the width required by your panels and hardware
Step 2:Dig holes for your posts according to your local council regulations. General guidelines are:
 a.Hole depth should be 1/3 of the full fence height.
i.An 1800mm high fence would be 600mm deep.
    ii.A 2000mm fence would be 666mm deep.
 b.Hole width should be 2/3 of the hole depth
    i.A 600mm deep hole would need to be 400mm wide
    ii.An 800mm deep hole would need to be
Step 3:Fill ~50mm of the hole with concrete before planting the posts to give the posts a base to rest on.
Step 4:Place your posts into the hole and brace them & level them using timber bracing clamped or screwed to the posts and driven into the ground.
Step 5:Once the concrete has cured, remove the bracing and you are ready to install your brackets.
Step 6:Measure the distance between the holes on your panel or ask us what they are.
Step 7:Mark these distances on your posts at the panel height you are looking to achieve.
Step 8:Pre-drill these holes
Step 9:Line up the brackets and drive the M10 coach screws into the brackets and wood. Make sure these are tight.
Step 10:Get someone to hold your first panel in place and line the holes on the panels up with the holes on the mounting tabs (a spacer underneath helps a lot here) and thread the first M8 bolt into one of the top holes then thread the nut on to the back. Do not tighten all the way.
Step 11:Put the second nut and bolt on the other top hole and do not tighten all the way.
Step 12:Install the rest of the nuts and bolts in the remaining holes without tightening all the way.
Step 13:Fully tighten all the nuts and bolts in a star pattern starting from one of the top corners.
Step 14:Repeat steps 6-9 to install the rest of your panels.
Step 15:Enjoy your new fence.

Professional Installer (Greater Christchurch)

Get in touch with us and we'll set you up with our preferred installer

03 2616 023 or sales@designjunction.co.nz

Other Install Options

Get in touch with us to see if our fencing solutions are suitable for your location.

Call 03 2616 023 or email sales@designjunction.co.nz

Please check with your local council as to how deep your posts need to be in the ground as it varies across NZ.

However, a good rule of thumb is the post should be buried at least 1/3 as deep as the fence is tall and the hole diameter should be at least 2/3 of the hole depth.

If you need some help, don't hesitate to get in touch.

Contact Us Below
or Call 03 2616 023


Design Junction Showroom

163 Wordsworth Street, Sydenham, Christchurch, 8023

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