Simply stated - perimeter fencing is one of the most important things to consider while either buying or building new business property. The property that you purchase will probably be the most important investment you will ever make, and there is possibly no other feature that you can add to increase the value, security, and and marketability of that investment - than an attractive looking perimeter fence that is professionally installed and maintained.
PRIORITY #1 - Security
For business owners, security alone is often the primary reason to install fencing around their business location. Top choices are chain link and ornamental aluminum. The primary benefit of chain-link fence, strong yet see-through, makes it most effective for security purposes. Considering cost as well as effectiveness it is generally considered the best fence option for the dollar.
PRIORITY #2 - Privacy
Depending on the type of business and it's location, privacy could be an issue. For a business, especially, the fence type and appearance as well as quality of installation should be as important a consideration as privacy itself. Always use a licensed and experienced fence professional when considering the addition of fencing to your commercial enterprise.
PRIORITY #3 - Appearance
While privacy and security are the top reasons why many businesses will choose to have a fence installed, for some it is primarily 'curb appeal'. There are many attractive commercial fence options that will accentuate your property and keep your business safe - PVC vinyl being the most versatile - requiring little maintenance and available in a number of styles.
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In the livestock industry, quality fencing can be an instrumental part of an operation's overall efficiency and success. Fences need to be functional and secure, while also being cost-effective. Every project has different requirements and goals that need to be met by specific fencing choices. From grazing management solutions and pasture perimeter fencing, to corrals and livestock handling facilities, Area Enclosures covers every end of the spectrum of livestock fencing. Let us work with you to make your management system run as smooth and profitable as possible.
Barbed wire is particularly effective for containing cattle. In pastures containing both cattle and sheep, one or two strands of barbed wire are used in conjunction with woven wire to both discourage cattle from reaching over the top of a fence and to keep sheep from crawling under it.
Though often used in many areas for horses - use of barbed wire today is considered poor management (due to inherent risk of injury to a large, fast-moving animal). Smooth wire fencing - usually in conjunction with a line of electric fence - is used as an inexpensive alternative to fencing in horses and other animals.
Woven wire - often with one or more strands of barbed wire at the top - is commonly used for sheep and pigs. A ground-level barbed wire strand, or electrified wire, is used as well to prevent pigs digging beneath the fence.
Deer (and many goats) can easily jump an ordinary agricultural fence, and so special fencing is needed for farming goats or deer, or, more commonly - to keep wild deer out of farmland and gardens. Deer fence is often made of lightweight woven 'wire mesh' netting about six feet high mounted on lightweight posts.
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