When thinking about fences, people usually picture a traditional home with a white picket fence, or maybe a fence around an animal enclosure on a farm. Fences pop up in more places than you would expect given the purposes they serve. The structures people usually assume are fences are permanent ones traditionally used for homes, ranches, companies, parks, and permanent establishments. Temporary fencing is less known and less talked about; however, it can be beneficial in some different situations. Temporary fencing can be utilized in instances where it needs to be put up and taken down quickly. Here are some situations in which temporary fencing could solve a lot of your problems.
If you are pursuing a construction project, you are definitely going to need some temporary fencing. Obviously, you need to keep members of the public out of your project and potentially out of harm’s way, so there must be a boundary that denies any person entry who is not already permitted to be there. There are several options for your on-site construction fencing needs, and you can pick the one that is best for your project. Bright orange plastic netting is most popular, as it keeps people out and signals to passersby that there is construction being done in the area. Black rubber tarps attached to wooden poles are also an option if you would rather not have people see the project you are working on. Either way, there is a solution for your next construction project.
Concerts, sports games, festivals, weddings, movie filming, markets: the list goes on and on when naming different kinds of outdoor events. Whatever your next outdoor endeavor is, chances are you are going to need some temporary fencing for public security and crowd control. Here, metal piping sectional fences are most popular because they are lightweight, portable, and uniform in appearance. They can even be used for more formal events if you dress them up a little bit.
You may not think that temporary fencing can be used indoors, but if you have babies or house pets, they can be a lifesaver. Place them at the top or the bottom of stairs to prevent the little ones from going where they are not supposed to or to save them from falling preemptively. You can also place them around your backyard pool, giving you peace of mind in those warmer months when you live outdoors and indoors. These fences can be made of wood, metal, or plastic and can be easily installed and taken down.
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Hercules Fence DC has been providing homeowners with quality fences for over 50 years. We are well equipped to meet your needs, whether they are residential or commercial. We have extensive experience working with families and pet owners to keep the most important members of their home safe, so call us today about installing a new pet fence for your family. Contact us by giving us a call at 301-441-1600 or visiting us online. To see examples of our work, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Flickr.