Twinside retaining is a common phrase often heard when discussing fencing. Twinside refers to the double-sided pattern that can be seen on both sides of a concrete pre-cast retaining panel.

Also known as post and panel retaining walls, property owners commonly use twinside retaining to retain soil on their property. Twinside retaining is often used to replace rotten timber sleeper retaining walls. It can also be used as an alternative to natural stone. Most importantly, it is cost effective!

Here is why you should choose twinside retaining:

  • It has a space saving design.
  • It’s low maintenance.
  • It’s long-lasting.
  • It does not warp or fade.
  • It’s termite resistan
  • Has a great choice of colours and finishes – Call Bears Fencing to find out more.
  • With the correct installation, BEARS FENCING will ensure your twinside retaining fences conform to the Australian standards.

Did you know that twinside retaining is also ideal in high-speed wind areas? Used in conjunction with COLORBOND fencing that is mounted above the twinside retaining wall, this combination will protect your property from intense bursts of wind, creating a more relaxing and enjoyable space to use. Would you like to know more? Talk to BEARS FENCING!

Twinside retaining is a versatile choice. It guarantees durability, is cost effective and will undoubtedly look fantastic! Well constructed, good looking fences add value to your property.

Make sure you find a good fence company to do the job!


retained coloorbond fence

Remember – While cost is an important consideration to you as a customer, the quality of the installation service and the products that are used are just as important. Do a little research about your planned twinside retaining fence beforehand. The information you gain will assist you when making your choice of fence and contractor.

If you are in Western Australia, BEARS FENCING can help you! All you have to do is reach out to us for further information and assistance with planning. 

We will then provide you with a value for money, free quotation. Please contact us today!


One Comment

  1. There’s a portion of my property that I can’t use very well because it’s hilly. It makes sense that having that dug back and putting in a retaining wall would be beneficial! That seems like a great way to ensure that I have more flat area.

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