02nd July 2019
Temporary fencing is ideal for sites that require short-to-medium term security solutions. It can be deployed quickly and repositioned when necessary. It can even be removed easily when it is no longer needed. However, it’s important to be careful when buying or renting temporary security fencing. Some fences are made to a higher standard than others. Obviously, you want the best fencing solution possible for your temporary site or premises. That’s why we’ve created a list of the top three criteria to consider when choosing temporary fencing. If a fence meets all of these criteria, it should serve your needs perfectly.
Permanent fences are usually secured in places using foundations or posts that are forced into the ground. However, temporary fences can’t be put in place using these irreversible measures. As a result, many are attached to moveable bases that allow them to remain upright and in position. We recommend choosing temporary fencing that utilises very heavy bases. Heavy bases make it harder for would-be intruders to move temporary fencing panels. They also make the panels more resistant to strong winds and other weather conditions.
Temporary fences made from plastic or other light-weight materials are useful if you simply need to create a clear boundary around a site. However, they don’t provide a great deal of security. If you want to properly protect your site or premises, we suggest opting for a metal temporary fence. Most permanent fences are made from iron. This is because it has a high tensile strength and can, therefore, resist intrusion attempts that utilise blunt force very effectively. There’s no reason to protect temporary sites any differently to permanent ones: don’t settle for an inferior material when selecting temporary fencing.
Mesh security fences are very resilient. The mesh structure helps to dissipate any force generated by any impacts to fencing panels, which makes it harder for criminals to break them down. It’s also difficult and time-consuming for intruders to make a gap in a mesh fence, as they have to cut one strand of wire mesh at a time. There are several different temporary fencing structures available, but if you want to maximise your security, we believe you should select wire mesh temporary fencing.
You should put the same care into choosing temporary fencing that you would into choosing permanent fencing. To help you, we offer a broad selection of sturdy, well-designed temporary fences with solid bases. Here at Zaun, we take pride in creating temporary security solutions that are as effective as our permanent solutions, so check out our product pages today.