Keeping the noise out

Important Questions to Ask About a Security Fence for Your Business

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A security fence, or one with an alarm that sounds if it’s vandalized or has someone climbing on it, can be very important for any business. However, security fencing may be especially vital for a business that warehouses products that thieves may want to steal or one with machinery and equipment that is also a prime target for theft. Installing a security fence can also be a good idea if you have staff working onsite during the evening hours, when break-ins are more likely to occur. Read More»

Defending Your Industrial Unit: 3 Things to Consider

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Industrial units can be tempting targets for thieves who wish to get their hands on the expensive equipment and materials stored inside. Because industrial units are often located away from residential areas, they can be very quiet areas at night which can increase the likelihood that any intruders will enter undetected. Fencing is the first line of defence against thieves. If you are considering which type of fencing to install at your industrial compound, you should consider the following points. Read More»

A Few Terms to Learn When You're Ready to Start Shopping for Fence Supplies

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A good fence will help to secure your property and your pets while keeping out unwanted visitors, including wildlife, and will work to mark boundaries between you and your neighbours. A fence can also be a backdrop for landscaping and enhance the area around a pool or patio. Because fences do so much, note a few terms to learn when you’re ready to start shopping for fencing supplies so you know you’ll get all the supplies you need. Read More»

Quick Tips for Choosing a New Fencing Material for Your Property

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The fencing material you choose for your property is probably more important than you realize; a fence needs to mark off boundaries and create separation from your neighbours, but it should also work to provide privacy and security, and enhance the look of your space rather than detract from it. Note a few quick tips for choosing the best fencing material for your property and then discuss your options with a contractor as needed. Read More»

On the Fence About a Privacy Screen? Check Out These Additional Benefits

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If you have a metal fence with openings, that can look beautiful, but for many homeowners, it doesn’t provide the privacy they need and want. Luckily, there are privacy screens. If you’ve been thinking about installing a privacy screen but you’re on the fence about the decision, you may want to check out these additional benefits: 1. Privacy Screens Can Reduce Wind When you add a privacy screen, it prevents neighbours and passersby from seeing into your property, but it also stops some wind from getting past the property line. Read More»