21st March 2019
The true mark of quality for any highly-frequented space is how well maintained it is. But when it comes to managing sites that range over a wide area or are difficult to police, balancing security, maintenance and aesthetics can be a challenge.
If your site is suffering repeated security breaches, stepping up your perimeter security can produce significant savings on site maintenance. If this is a concern, spending a little more on a railing solution can prevent damage to key equipment such as exercise machines, flowerbeds, or on-site artworks and seating.
If the site is being visited by individuals of all ages and communities, having highly visible graffiti can be a huge problem. Wire fences can prevent intrusion on areas where graffiti or defacement is a risk, and the nature of the barrier prevents it from being written on, allowing you to keep your site pristine for longer.
Depending on the risk factor involved with the space, a wire fence is easy to fix, inexpensive to maintain, and difficult to circumvent. If intrusion rather than deterrence is essential, your security can be increased in a variety of ways from non-intrusive cladding to fence toppers that balance durability and sustainability.
Choosing non-intrusive security elements can help keep your site safe while still allowing visitors to enjoy their visit. When it comes to finding this balance, wire perimeter fencing can be the perfect halfway house, providing clear sight-lines and resilience to cutting and blunt force damage.
If the ‘look’ of your site is still a concern, installing a bespoke fence can combine elegance and security – letting you fully customise the design in accordance with your area and nearby community. These can blend into the background of the site and easily provide a sense of security rather than becoming an eyesore, with transitional panels allowing you to help your design fit any dimensions required.