Behind Closed Doors - Anderson Fencing

Trent Anderson, Waitati

I started Anderson Fencing with my wife Tonelle just over 6 months ago. We wanted to have a business that fitted around our family, while allowing me to do something that I am passionate about and apply my skills and knowledge in a way that works best for our clients.
We currently employ 4 staff who have a variety of skills from fencing, welding, truck and digger driving. These skills, along with the tools and machines we have, allow us to diversify out projects - from rural fencing all the way to residential fencing, gates, retaining, landscaping and excavation.
Lockdown has been tough as we were only just starting to get on top of the costs involved in starting a new business. However, time away from the tools has given us some time to reflect on our first months as business owners.
We have put new plans in place to make our business run more productively for us, our staff, and our clients.
We are excited to get back on the tools especially the rural fencing, with farming being an important prime industry its nice to be able to support them.
We love that theres a huge variety of projects right here where we are based, and that we can support and help our community build, maintain and improve their properties.

Trent Anderson, May 2020


Anderson Fencing & Earthworks Limited

Contact - Trent Anderson

M 027 333 1744



Our world turned upside down when COVID-19 hit. Life as we knew it came grinding to a halt. And the impact of it will be felt for a long time yet. But not all of the impact has been bad. For many it has shown how strong we are as communities. And more than ever, it has pushed for a shift to #supportlocal.

As my way of supporting my own community bubble, I reached out to local businesses to see how the COVID Lockdown has impacted them.

In the process I discovered so many amazing people, with some fantastic businesses, all right here in our backyard.

And I would like to introduce them all in this new series of Behind Closed Doors ~The Blueskin Bay Edition.

Kerry Hodge, Warrington, May 2020

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