Fencing your way to Security
Fencing is the most ideal and affordable way to secure your residential and commercial property space. The very sight of one is by default a deterrent and keeps vandals out. To the viewer, it is an aesthetically pleasing way of securing an area and can neatly cordon off parts of the property to compartmentalize and effectively manage them.
Steel is strong and can withstand great stress, It can also weather extreme conditions and is long-lasting. To further improve these properties and add new beneficial properties, steel is alloyed with other metals. The most common being zinc. The process in question is known as galvanization where treated steel is dipped into molten zinc. The zinc combines with the steel and forms a protective layer that not only protects it from chipping but also gives it the ability to resist corrosion and rust.
Therefore, the added benefits make the steel fence:
- Lightweight, easy to transport and easy to assemble
- Easy to manage as it requires little to no maintenance
- Is strong and durable
- Is very cost-effective
These fences can also be customized with different weather protection paint and come in different shapes and sizes. Namely:
- Wire Mesh fencing is a very flexible option that provides a diverse range of mesh patterns and heights to choose from. These are very sturdy, strong and durable. Perfect for all kinds of applications like garden fencing, sports grounds, tennis courts, stadiums, industrial areas, commercial security and farm fencing.
- Chain link fencing is formed from galvanized steel wires that are framed vertically and are bent into a zigzag pattern. Each zig hooks with the wire on one side and each zag with the wire on the other. This in turn results in a pattern that looks like a diamond. These fences are particularly durable as they can withstand great impact. In the event a foreign body manages to uproot the fence, the diamond links converge and trap it like a net. In short, breaking these links via impact is quite difficult and can only be managed with industrial tools.
The best part about this product is that once it is scrapped or reaches the end of its life cycle, it can easily be reused as it is made from steel. Steel retains its original state on recycling.