Heritage Gates & Fences

Heritage Gates & Fences

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Heritage Gates & Fences; a brand known for excellence and innovation. For over 25 years, we have been supplying premium gate and fence solutions to secure and enhance properties throughout New Zealand. Heritage was established in the 1990’s as a manufacturer of wooden gates, acquiring a reputation for high-quality craftsmanship. In 2009, aluminium gates were added to the range and over the years we have perfected the art of replicating traditional timber gates in full aluminium construction. These gates look just like the traditional timber styles but with the long-term durability and low-maintenance advantages of aluminium. In early 2020, Heritage was merged into Terranota Ltd, alongside Boundaryline Fencing Systems, ending timber gate manufacturing to focus on traditional and contemporary aluminium gates. At this point we discontinued our installation service but work closely with trusted Installers throughout the country or with you direct if you wish to take on the installation yourself. Today, the Heritage team is growing, and we are embarking on a new chapter of development to continue the legacy of providing excellence in design, products, and service.

Services Provided

Automatic Gate Installation, Driveway Gate Installation, Fence Installation, Fence Sales, Gate Installation, Gate Sales, Wood Fence Installation

Areas Served

Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch, Hamilton, Cambridge, Tauranga, Napier City, Kerikeri, Whangarei, Wanganui, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Levin, Kapiti Coast District, Greytown, Wanaka, Queenstown, Invercargill, Nelson

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Business Details

Business Name

Heritage Gates & Fences

Phone Number

0800 868 612

Address

43 Noel Burnside Road, Wiri
Auckland
2104
New Zealand

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