Contact details

Member - Full
Garden/Landscape Services
Mr Mark Stewart-Woods
01594 544 276
Units 7&8, Queensway Meadows Industrial Estate, Estuary Road, Newport, Gwent, NP19 4SP, United Kingdom

About Colourfence

ColourfenceCompany Overview

Colourfence doesn't rot, warp or peel. It doesn't require any upkeep and is totally maintenance-free. What's more, Colourfence can withstand gale force winds.

Colourfence is made from lightweight, high tensile Colorbond steel. It has been popular in Australia for decades and dominates the market place down under. Colourfence is now manufactured here in the UK to fit domestic settings. This isn't bleak industrial metal, but attractive coloured fencing that will replace inferior wooden products.

Franchise Overview

Colourfence has an expanding network of management franchisees. In the early days many franchisees worked on the installations as well as surveys. This restricted both theirs and the company's growth. These days many franchisees sell more than quarter of a million pounds of fencing annually, and don't fit a single fence themselves.

ColourfenceKey Information

  • Network Size: 50-100 units
  • Franchise Type: Opportunity for both management and job
  • Typical Start-up Cost: £35-40,000
  • Minimum Personal Investment: £20,000
  • Franchise Location: Home/Van-based
  • Market: B2B and B2C

To understand exactly what is, and what is not, included in this financial information, click here (opens in a new window).


Training is designed to suit individual requirements. It is a mix of sales, management, administration, technical and practical.

It is important to state that Colourfence franchisees are NOT expected to become fence
fitters. This is a management franchise and your personal and organisational skills are Colourfencefar more important than any DIY or practical expertise.

Daily Life of a Franchisee

Colourfence franchisees are expected to promote the product locally – with support from the franchisor in extensive national advertising. The day-to-day role will involve quoting and surveying and managing one or more installers. There is no hard sell in this business, and all enquires are generated through advertisements and referrals.

Colourfence Case studies

  • Sharone Freed

    Colourfence: Sharone Freed

    Looking online I came across Colourfence and researched it as a customer. I then met with Mark Stewart Woods and his team and was so impressed with the product and the people that when I learned it was available as a franchise in my area I had to go for it.

  • Paul Gilmore

    Colourfence: Paul Gilmore

    Colourfence’s ‘Newcomer of the Year’, Paul Gilmore from Bognor Regis, explains his reasons for joining the franchise, what winning the award meant, and talks about his experiences to date.

  • Helen & David Thomas
    TREND Transformations - Franchisee case study

    Helen & David Thomas shared a business in France but were dissatisfied with the bureaucracy and high taxation. Deciding to return to the UK, they have found the support needed for a simpler business experience with TREND Transformations.

    Read the full case study View franchise details
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