On the property I manage, these concrete posts drive easily into the heavy black soil basalt ridges – even without a pilot hole in some places. The end product is a neat and strong fence that will outlast the alternatives. – Rory Sherwood, Willow Tree, NSW
I am very happy with the 1500 posts purchased since November 2004 and believe they will last a lifetime.They won’t rust or be eaten by termites and they make a good solid fence.
– Don Taylor, “Parkhurst” Moonie, Qld
We have erected over 5 kilometres of fence using SCI pre-stressed 7′ (2130mm) intermediate concrete posts plus 8′ strainers and stays to fence off creeks and areas where termites have previously caused havoc with timer fences. We haven’t had any problem with either brood mares or cattle in the paddocks where we’ve built these fences and we expect to use more in the future.
– Derek Field, Widden Thoroughbred Stud, Widden Valley, NSW
I have driven around 5000 of these pre-stressed concrete posts since December 2004 on the highway by-pass projects between Karuah and Nabiac on the Pacific Highway. They pass all the test, because they’re tough enough to drive without a pilot hole, they’re easy to handle and I believe they’ll stand the test of time.
– Joe Ross, “The Fencing Guys”
We’ve been very pleased with the equine fence products from SCI. The horse yards are really solid and we expect to build more yards in the future using prestressed concrete posts and rails. The posts used in the general stock paddocks along Gundy road make a strong fence and they have attracted a lot of interest from passing traffic.
– Julie Harris, Holbrook Thoroughbreds, Scone NSW
We are very pleased with the one kilometre of boundary fence that we’ve erected using the 6ft intermediate posts. The posts proved their strength when we drove them into extremely dry and hard soil in mid 2005, using a 4″ auger on our hydraulic post driver. We were particularly pleased at how easy it was to put up a really straight fence with three star posts to every concrete intermediate. A lot of interest has been shown in the fence, which is along the Brushy Creek road.
– Ray Marshall, “Bronte”, Guyra NSW