By Carvell Collignon. Outdoor Gates. Published at Friday, March 01st, 2019 - 01:47:50 AM.
Selecting a Fence : If you are simply after a demarcation line for your property the cheapest starting point will be a simple wire fence mounted on natural stakes a couple of inches in diameter at 3m intervals with a line of wire strung between them. Farmers will often upgrade a demarcation line of this type with either a wire mesh stock fence (1m high) in place of the line wire, or for larger animals or more durable fencing will go for a timber post and rail system roughly chest high and with either 3, 4 or 5 rails depending on their livestock (when keeping sheep/swine, this type of fence will also have the stock mesh clad to the lower section of the post and rail for added containment). Choosing which style and type of fence you require will depend on your exact situation.
Chain Link Fencing Chain link fences are classic in both residential and commercial settings. They provide many years of security and privacy. Most chain link fences will have that standard, silver look to them, but they come in a surprisingly wide range of colors, qualities, sizes, and types. Chain link fences are usually coated with galvanized zinc, giving them that silver color, which protects them from rusting. They also come in a variety of gauges and post sizes. The rule of thumb here is the smaller the gauge number, the tougher the fence. Conversely, the wider the post, the stronger it will be. Wide posts are typically used at corners with smaller posts along the runs.
Wrought Iron Fencing is a Great Way to Protect Your Property Many people will not be able to decide what type of fence that they want to protect their home. You want a fence that will provide safety for your loved ones as well as look good. You can find this type of double duty fencing with no problem. The main choice is wrought iron fences as they offer both an elegant look and heavy duty protection. For hundreds of years home owners have protected their families with this style of fencing. The 14th century saw the rise of popularity for wrought iron fencing. These fences were made by iron workers for those families who could pay the high cost of them. Royal families made great use of this ornate and secure style of fencing.
Metal Hoarding- This option is best used if you intend to secure a site for a longer time. Initially, these fences cost a higher price and they are not only permanent than its wooden counterpart but also can be reused, if needed. Like wooden hoardings, the metal hoardings can also be painted in the desired colour and can be customised to provide additional security measures, such as barbed wires. These fences are highly durable and comparatively stays strong for a larger period of time.
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