People Property Safe - Australia's trusted fence systems
Our products are SecuraTop® school security fencing, SecuraTop® commercial security fencing, CycSafe® cycleway safety fencing, CrowdTuff® pedestrian barrier fencing, ChildSure® playground fencing, GuardForce® 358 mesh fencing, Headingly® steel picket fencing, Pool'nPlay® pool fencing, Smart'nSafe® house and garden fencing and TopRail® post and rail fencing.
From our manufacturing plant in Tamworth regional NSW we supply materials nationally.
Our aim is to set ourselves apart as a preferred supplier of metal fencing to the education, commercial and government sector.View less
Bluedog recently supplied its CycSafe® fence system to be installed along a section of the Linear Park shared path adjacent to a steep incline above the River Torrens. The safety fencing prevents cyclists and pedestrians from leaving the path.
Historically, a painted timber picket, post and railing fence had been installed around the perimeter of the cricket oval. This fence required frequent maintenance and was severely dilapidated. Bluedog installed a powder coated tubular steel fence.
Bluedog recently supplied and installed its CrowdTuff® pedestrian barrier fence system along the newly constructed bus zone at Peel High School (Tamworth, NSW). The fence controls the movement of students and pedestrians exiting and aligting vehicles
Dilapidated 1800mm high galvanised chainwire fencing around the perimeter of the commercial property was replaced with powder coated tubular steel security fencing and two large sliding gates. The new fence improved perimeter security and aesthetics.
Bluedog supplied and installed its GuardForce® 358 mesh fence system to the perimeter of the SA Power Networks McLaren Flat zone substation. The fence is to prevent unauthorised access to the site that could result in electrocution or theft of assets
The SecuraTop® perimeter security fence system was used to secure the perimeter of the newly CavPower facility. The function of the fence, including automated sliding gates, was to control the access of vehicles, and prevent unauthorised access.