Jade and her family, including four Ragdoll cats, recently moved into a new home in beautiful Central Otago. Peter Ellis and his team from Entranceway Fencing installed the sleek coloursteel fences and a black Oscillot system. Jade posted a 5-star Google review which you can read.
Can the Oscillot system go around curves? You bet! This is a very special installation we’ve just completed in Auckland. The paddles were custom powdercoated to match the fence at this new development.
This was an interesting bit of cat-proofing we did recently for the owners of two cats who live in a central Auckland strata unit. The challenge was to prevent their cats escaping through, or over, an aluminium fence. The fence was only 1.2m high and had large gaps.
A few days ago we did an interesting Oscillot installation in Millwater, north of Auckland. This brand new row house had a fence built of aluminium posts with thin synthetic horizontal slats. We attached the Oscillot dual knuckle posts to the fence posts for stability, and added treated timber behind the Oscillot paddles to close
We received the following nice email today from Fleur who had an Oscillot system installed at her home on the Whangaparaoa Peninsula, north of Auckland. The photos were taken yesterday.
We recently supplied an Oscillot system to Gary and Dianne in Thames. They were keen to see how it would work at keeping their little dog Molly safe. And here’s the verdict: I found installing the paddles very simple and it was instant reaction with our little Molly. She tried immediately to jump over the
Last week we did an interesting Oscillot installation at a freshly renovated older home in Auckland. The owners asked us if we could supply the Oscillot paddles to match their fences, which are dark grey and white. We worked with the great team at REP Powdercoaters in Penrose and the paddles turned out really nice.