D&B Auger Services Inc. was established in 1979 by Barry and Bonnie Henry, and today they work alongside sons Don and Ken running the company. We offer pole sales, delivery and installation of CCA treated, Hydro-approved poles in Langley, Aldergrove, Abbotsford, Chilliwack, Mission, Maple Ridge, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Surrey, Delta, Tsawwassen, Richmond, New Westminster, Vancouver, Burnaby, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Squamish, Whistler, Agassiz, Hope, Yale and Boston Bar. We provide service in a timely, professional manner and our main goal is customer satisfaction.
We stock a vast selection of quality used poles that are suitable for a variety of purposes, such as pole barns, wood pilings, temporary electrical power services and lighting/cameras on construction sites or company yards. We offer CCA (green) treated, Penta (brown) treated or untreated cedar poles in a variety of lengths and diameters. We also provide delivery and installation services.
With the recent rash of theft on construction sites and in yards/warehouses, installing poles for the purpose of lighting and/or cameras is becoming a viable option. To keep costs reasonable in this regard, we can provide quality used poles in many lengths. We also offer competitive delivery and installation services.
Ranch-style gates add a nice look to any acreage. We provide poles of any length and almost any diameter for these gates. We offer CCA (green) treated poles for a clean look, Penta (brown) treated poles for a rustic look and untreated cedar poles for a truly Western motif. We also provide delivery and installation services.
On time. On budget. Satisfaction guaranteed
Split-cedar fencing is the perfect look for country-style properties and urban houses alike. We offer untreated Western Red Cedar rails in lengths of 8′, 10′ and 12′ (but we can custom-make any lengths between 4′ and 12′). The rails are typically five to six inches in width and five to six inches in height in a pie shape (again, if there are specific requests we can work with you to achieve this). We also offer split-cedar posts, with the most popular lengths 6′ and 7′. The posts have a little more girth to ensure the fence’s stability. For those who prefer a treated rail or post, we supply CCA (green) treated product as well. Generally there are two main types of fencing: fencing in a straight line (which requires either two posts and the rails sandwiched in between, or one post and a thinner rail nailed onto it) or a zig-zag fence (the rails intersect each other on an angle, and there are no posts).