Happy Holidays!

December 9th, 2016
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We can't believe it!! The year is nearly over!! We'll be closing on the 22nd of December and reopening on the 5th January.
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Warwick Gates helps raise $46000 for LifeFlight

February 20th, 2017
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Warwick Gates joined together with local rural supply stores, wineries and generous farmers to donate cattle and other merchandise to a charity auction at Stanthorpe's annual show. The graziers donated 25 head of cattle and local stores donated other merchandise and miscellaneous items to raise over $46,000 for RACQ LifeFlight, previously known as CareFlight. LifeFlight is a major aeromedical service to the Stanthorpe area with each mission costing $13000 or more. "[It] gets a lot of service from us because the main hospital is so far away," said Nikki Bloom, LifeFlight's community engagement officer. "It makes me really proud that the guys who are in the helicopters and doing the work are getting noticed." Pictured at the Annual Stanthorpe Show 2017: Careflight representatives, Stanthorpe Show representatives, generous local farmers and local rural store representatives including Warwick Gates managing director Jon Earl.
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“Nothing prepared me for the size and quality of the driver”.

September 29th, 2016
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  Recently Warwick Gates Pty Ltd visited a potential customer, who was interested in a Bryce Suma post driver to attach to his tractor. After doing some demo's with the customer and testing it it some steep terrain, the customer then purchased the post driver. One such test that the driver was put through was to drive the enormous post (see image) into the ground, which the Bryce machine seemed to have no difficulty doing.When asked about the Bryce Suma driver he said; "Nothing prepared me for the size and quality of the driver. Also it's functions".  
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Wallangarra custom gates project

September 28th, 2016
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When Wallangarra‎ Army Base contacted Warwick Gates Pty Ltd requesting a quote and site visit for a custom made gate, we had no idea this would turn out to be one of the biggest custom gate projects ever attempted by Warwick Gates Pty Ltd.  Measuring more than 6metres high and 14 metres long, this custom made monstrosity would test our workshop and men to their very limits. Constructed partially in our workshop and taken to the site to be completed, this gateway was ‎a project to be proud of. This gateway was designed and constructed to the highest standards keeping in mind the sole purpose of it was to control and keep the birds out of the storage hanger. Give us a call in 1800 062 723 or send us a line at info@quikfence.com.au and tell ‎us what you need. As you can see we attempt any project, big or small and always aim to complete on time, within budget and to the highest standards possible.  
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Saving Money on Farm Fence Construction

April 22nd, 2013
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Farm fence construction can often be a time-consuming task. Owners of large rural properties often know all too well the effort and costs associated with installing and maintaining fence lines. Aside from defining boundaries between paddocks, there is also the consideration of safety for livestock and cattle in individual yards to consider. Justifying Farm Fencing Costs In an effort to keep rural fencing prices down, many property owners will choose options that they believe will mean a smaller capital outlay initially. This usually translates to timber posts with barbed wire fencing strung between them. While this may seem like a cost-effective option, the reality is that choosing substandard materials actually costs more overall. Timber is not an effective material for use as rural fence posts, especially in remote areas of Australia. After all, timber is highly susceptible to attack from termites, leaving fence posts rotted and hollow. This offers no support for a fence line at all. Timber is also more likely to be affected in the case of a brush fire near the property, or in the event of back-burning operations, again leaving the fence line’s integrity compromised. When timber posts rot, warp or disintegrate after exposure to the harsh Australian climate, you will need to spend more time and money maintaining those compromised sections of fencing. By comparison, choosing to use more durable materials for farm fence construction allows for greater strength and security over the long term. Using galvanised posts is highly cost-effective when compared to installing timber posts, but the additional savings come from not having to waste time on maintenance. Galvanised posts are quick and easy to install, but they are designed to be corrosion-resistant and they are not susceptible to fire or termites. This leaves the integrity of the fence line intact for a...
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