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How is Industrial Fencing Different from Other Types of Fencing?

Industrial Fencing

February 5, 2018

Fencing for industrial purposes is specifically designed to function better and provide a higher level of security. Installing an industrial security fence around a restricted are is very important, as they are always a necessity when trying to keep common public out of off limits areas.

It is also an essential build in order to keep any damage from occurring and the temptation of trespassing from happening. Unlike other types of fences whose prime objective is usually privacy, and industrial fences main priority is security.

There are many various types of industrial fencing available, including but not limited to: chainwire fencing, mesh fencing, razor or barbed wire fencing. The most commonly used and popular material type is chainwire fencing. Chainwire fencing is a series of interwoven steel wires stretched across steel posts.

Industrial fencing is usually a low-cost option compared to other fencing options. They also require very little maintenance, making them an easy and economical choice for businesses or factory owners. Metal gates can also be added for convenience.

The benefits of installing an industrial fence are of course the added security, but it also outlines a clear property boundary. Most industrial fencing materials are incredibly durable and long-lasting, so you don’t have to be concerned with replacing them or having them repaired frequently.

If you’ve been searching for a solution to your industrial fencing problems, Aaurora Fencing has the products, service and quality workmanship to help you with your fencing project from beginning to end.

We have been in the business of fencing for over thirty years, so contact us today or visit our one-stop shop in Nerang on the Gold Coast. We can offer advice on products and installation of industrial fencing, commercial fencing or domestic fencing and help you find the right fence for the best possible price.

For your personalised onsite consultation, design solution and obligation free quote, call
(07) 5527 3266 or email us below.