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3 Uses of Temporary Fencing

Fences are a simple and easy solution to determine and pronounce boundaries when needed. They come in all different sizes and types. You can choose between permanent and temporary fencing options. Permanent fencing is usually used for homes, ranches, companies, big parks, and establishments that are more set in stone. For those, you might choose an electrical system installment to solidify your fence, or concrete foundations. Temporary fencing is usually used in situations where it would need to be torn down or moved easily and quickly. It can be as rudimentary as wooden posts with twine strung across, or it could be more advanced with included locking mechanisms. Whatever the occasion, if you've determined that you're in need of temporary fencing, there is an option perfectly suited for you.

One of the most predominate uses of temporary fencing is for construction sites. Most construction sites are not open for public entrance, so there must be an obvious boundary that deters any wanderers or passers-by and keeps the area contained. When temporary fencing is used for a construction site, it is commonly called construction hoarding. There are several options for your construction site fencing needs. The most popular one is the bright orange, plastic, mesh net that gets tied to metal prongs to be erected around the  perimeter of the working space. Another common fence mechanism for construction areas is the black rubber tarps that are attached to wooden stilts by industrial staples and surround the work place. Of course there are many other choices than those two just listed, but they aren?t as widely used.

A second use for temporary fencing is at outdoor events. The list of these said events is a very extensive one! (Concerts, sporting events, government events, festivals, weddings, movie sets, emergency/disaster relief sites, markets, etc.) Fences at these events are needed for public security and crowd control. One of the most prominently seen choices at these occasions is the metal piping sectional fences. These are a great option because they are lightweight, very portable, and give a uniform look. Another common selection for an outdoor event is the plastic white picket fence. These are a little more decorative and therefore are used for nicer events like weddings, festivals, markets, and fundraisers.

Finally, a temporary fencing use that is not commonly on the radar, but still just as useful, is the in-home pet or baby fence. If you have young ones or house pets, these simple and easily installed fences can prevent many a number of mishaps. You can use them at the top and bottom of your staircase to prevent falling dangers. You can use them around the perimeter of your backyard pool to prevent drowning. You can use them to simply block off certain areas of your home that you do not wish to be intruded by said child or pet. These fences are usually made of wood, metal, or plastic and are built to be sturdy. Some of them use suction mechanisms and some are built to stand on their own. Either way, these types of fences are very practical.

So, in summary, the uses for temporary fencing are wide in variety and can be required for a number of unique needs. With all the options for styles, materials, types, and sizes out there, you will be able to find the kind that is just right for you.