Ever noticed that people have a habit of ending up in places they shouldn’t? North East Temporary Fencing has the solution. Whether you’re looking to secure a construction site, planning a music festival or putting together a sporting event, we have a range of temporary fences and barriers available to suite any occasion in Wagga Wagga and Victoria’s North East.
Locally owned and operated, at North East Temporary Fencing we provide the kind of attention to detail you only get from a family business. We can handle any project or venue, no matter the size, and work diligently to ensure that our customers get exceptional service and the best value for their money.
You wouldn’t expect the same tool to fix every job, and we don’t expect one kind of barrier will suit every situation. That’s why we have a huge range of temporary fencing options available for hire in Wagga Wagga, from bollards to temporary fence panels to witches hats and more. No matter what the occasion, the time of year or the budget, we’ll have an efficient, cost-effective solution.
Before moving into temporary fencing, NETF’s founder had a successful bricklaying business, and continues to apply his extensive knowledge and experience with building sites regulations, safety and structural integrity while running North East Temporary Fencing. Our team will always be methodical and thorough, ensuring the job gets done right, and on time, so you can have lasting peace of mind.
Find out why we’re the first choice for temporary fence hire solutions in Shepparton, Wangaratta, Albury, Goulburn Valley, and across North East Victoria, just give us a call on 0419 573 891, tell us about your project, and we’ll let you know what we’ll be able to provide.
We are committed to providing you with the perfect fencing solutions to fit your location, timeline and budget, with the personalised service only a local family business can provide. For any and all enquires and bookings, call us on 0419 573 891, email us through our website, or directly to firstname.lastname@example.org.