Readyfence is a no mess, no fuss solution to fencing, privacy screen and signage installation!

Digging holes and concreting in posts takes time, effort and money. Readyfence can be installed by anyone who can use a sledgehammer and a spirit level. Simply bang in the robust, heavy gauge galvanised or powder coated steel ground spikes, put your post into the fitting and tighten the bolts to create an incredibly strong vertical support. Add your railings or panels for instant privacy and security.

Ideal for fencing, screening off a spa pool, adding a feature panel to your garden or penning off animals, Readyfence ground spikes can greatly reduce your project timeline as panels can be fitted immediately.

This system has been used successfully for many years in the UK in the DIY market but also has wider commercial applications such as installing signage in remote areas or screening off trade stands at an outdoor expo or event. 


Big Bro

Post size: 100x 100mm

Finish: Galvanised Steel

Spike length: 750mm

Price: $37.00 each

Big Bro ground spikes take a 100 x 100mm post (ideal for rough sawn posts) and suits heavy-duty or industrial applications.

Big Bro is rustproof and incredibly durable as is, or can be painted where a more refined look is required.

Little Bro

Post size: 90 x90mm

Finish: Powder Coated Steel

Spike length: 670mm

Price: $27.50 each

Little Bro takes a 90 x 90 post which is more a common size for dressed timber and works well in a residential setting.

Little Bro is powder coated in a neutral beige that blends nicely with a garden environment.

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Mahi Bro

Post size: 102 x102mm

Finish: Hot Dipped Galvanised Steel

Spike length: 500mm

Price: $45.00 each

Chur Bro takes 100mm square, rough sawn posts. They are 3mm thick and very heavy duty, weighing in at 3 Kg.

They can withstand 2000Kg downward pressure so are ideal for decking, pergolas, solar panel frames, tiny houses, fencing and lean-tos.

fencing easy as 1, 2, 3..



Mark your fence line and measure for fence post installation, then simply use a post driving tool or offcut of wood to drive the spike into the ground with a sledgehammer.

Ensure the safest and most precise result by enlisting another person to help.



Check the vertical alignment of the spike frequently with a spirit level to ensure that the spike stays aligned with your fence line. If it’s out of line, twist and bang in again.



Once the box is about one centimetre above the ground, you can tap your fence post in before fixing it to the rest of the fence panel. Done!

winner of our recent competition

The competition was won by Peter Osbourn for his steps in the bush – we think an amazing feat of engineering and planning. Well done Peter.

“What good timing, the project I have been working on is just about complete.

So, I have taken a few photos of what I have been using the ground spikes for. Altogether I will send you five photos – one with this email – but they are quite big (like 4Mb each) so I will send them one after the other.

I have also attached to this email a short account of my experience of using your product.

Hope the photos are what you are looking for, and thanks for the opportunity to enter the competition.”

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Chris & Dallas

Very easy to get the spikes and post in. Saved heaps of time. Even had to prop one of them back up when we made a mistake. Also easy. Will be back for our next project. Thanks.


John McCarthy

Took us an easy day to knock up this gazebo, thanks to how easy it was to hammer in 6 spikes compared to digging and using concrete. It’s already proved itself against some of Northland’s windiest winds in the last year, with barely a squeak! I also used it for simple post box installation and also for my wind turbine with aid of wires.


Ready Fence allowed me to build a set of stairs that appear to float because of their subtle and sleek design.
I like the way they became more and more solid the deeper they were driven leaving no doubt they’ll last many years.


We are tenants in a Tauranga home. We werent allowed to put up a permanent fence, so we opted for the readyfence spikes instead. Only took us half a day to get this up, built it ourselves. Super easy, no concrete holes or mess! And can easily remove it once we need to vacate the home. Now our kids have the whole backyard to play in. Thanks for an amazing product!


Hopefully not too late for my submission to your comp.Order placed at start of November and delivered 2 weeks ago. Finally this weekend after receiving our timber delivery, we managed to get to site and try out these ‘Big Bro’s’.
Project Background
New build in Hobsonville, Auckland, limited site access and fencing required at rear of section… behind 0.5m timber retaining wall. Big Bro ground spikes were used to install fence poles behind retaining timber and drain coil. Additional bracing added but not necessary. Scoria backfill reinstalled. Fence posts are solid and aligned… can’t wait to start framing next weekend.

Happy Customers

Just an update and to say thanks for the great product. My wife opened a small boutique beauty salon –  and we initially looked at solutions to enclose a private area in surrounding the cabin. Thanks to the simple and innovative solution from your team at readyfence – we were able to plan and build this ourselves (around 8 Spikes) and we are quite happy with the finished product.  All the materials we used was from recycling apart from the posts and your spikes (big bro 100 x 100) and we are now open for business. Thanks for the great product.

“Hey guys, well 14 meters of 1.8m high fencing, two guys with hang overs, 2 hours done! What a great result, plus the Mrs is very happy. Your post spikes worked a treat... Thanks Readyfence – we will be using again."


A & E Contractors

“Great product, easy to install, looks great”

Natalie Wade

North Shore

"I am addicted to your system”

Barb Baker


"Champion, love the concept"

Ace Tewera Barlow


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14 Kotare Heights


Northland 0230

New Zealand


09 407 1327

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