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Why Choose Us - C&K Enterprises: Fencing and Earthmoving, Beaudesert

Why C&K Enterprises?

Work Ethic

We prioritise an ability to work harder than others and recognise that the quality of our work is a constant reflection of the effort we put into it.

Attention to Detail

Fencing is a type of work where one small flaw can compromise the integrity of the entire operation, which is why we pay exceptionally close attention to detail through the course of our work. Close enough is, quite simply, not good enough.

Quality Timber We Source Ourselves

We source the timber ourselves, making good use of Kurt’s long history in timber to ensure we are only ever working with the highest quality product. Further to that, the timber we use is locally sourced and is sustainably harvested.

We Know The Area

We grew up here. We’ve worked and loved living here. We care about the locals, and we care about doing the best job for them, which is why people in the Scenic Rim trust us to provide high quality fencing.

We Work in Livestock and Understand What is Needed

Having a good understanding of fencing means having a good understanding of running livestock, which we have done for decades and continue to do even now.

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Carl & Kurt started the job when promised and did an extremely sturdy timber round post and rail fence near our Stinson Cottage which looks amazing and then completed a further 450 metres of split posts and wire on our property. The job was done quickly and capably and they have all the top equipment to erect the fence professionally and to a very high standard. We wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these young and energetic guys to anyone who needs fencing done on their property.

Kathie & Jim Buswell
, Cave Rock Cottages

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