Quality fencing equipment is essential when it comes to creating a barrier in or around your property. So, whether you have a yard or need to keep your animals safe in a particular area, you should look for the best possible products and equipment. If you’re in the market for electric fence supplies, there’s nowhere better than Jono & Johno.
We are a trusted brand offering everything from mower blades to chainsaw equipment, as well as shipping stationary engines around Australia. As one of Australia’s largest online suppliers of aftermarket parts, our comprehensive electric fence kits provide everything you need to get your fencing project sorted.
Getting the Most Out of Your Electric Fence Supplies
If you want to erect the best electric fence around, there’s only a few simple steps you need to follow.
- First, you need to identify why you'll be needing a fence. This helps determine the electric fencing equipment to buy. For example, you may need a fence to keep your animals, such as livestock and pets, within an enclosed area. Or, you might want to keep wild animals off your property.
- You then need to determine how much electrical power is necessary. So, how many volts does an electric fence charger put out? Well, the answer varies. If you need to keep larger animals away from the fence, you can find varieties with a higher electrical output. But higher voltage can present a danger to smaller animals. This is why you need to know how much power you require. The range of your fence will also help you determine your power requirements.
- After determining the amount of electrical power you need, you also need to decide on the power type. Some electric fence chargers are powered by AC and some by DC or battery power. You'll also need to figure out if you need an earthing system that requires earth wire. A solar-powered fence is also an option.
- With each type of electric fence, you'll need to have electric fence insulators on each post where the wires will be attached. You need to choose what insulation to use. If you are not sure, you can contact us to ask which one best matches your electric fence.
- When choosing fencing equipment, you also need to select what fencing material to use. Your choices are typically aluminium or galvanised steel; both can resist rusting from rain and frost. For higher voltage, you'll have other options, such as poly tape which gives you greater tensile strength.
- Once you have obtained all the fencing tools you'll need, it's time to set up your fence and electric fence posts. If you have large animals that can knock the fence over, you'll need to dig some holes to make sure that they are sturdy. You can use an auger drill or post hole diggers to get this task knocked over quickly.
Tick Other Jobs off Your List With Jono & Johno
Once you’ve got your electric fence kit sorted, why not tackle some of those other odd jobs you’ve been meaning to get to? For example, get your chainsaw back in action with a chainsaw file sharpener. Or neaten up your backyard and those fiddly edges with a refreshed whipper snipper, thanks to our range of metal whipper snipper heads.
Shop Electric Fence Equipment in Australia Now
For all your electric fencing supplies, Australia’s own Jono & Johno has got you covered. Plus, we have a wide range of equipment and products that can help you setup your electric fence, from post hole diggers to electric fence wire and chargers. So, shop today!