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The answer to the question of application and purpose will direct you in your search for the right fence. Is the fence being installed as a decorative property marker, to keep out intruders or to maintain privacy? Examples of applications include residential, commercial and government projects such as homes, offices and public spaces.
Residential fences can include the entrance to housing and apartment blocks as well as a partition between neighboring gardens and terraces. Consider the level of safety in the local area. Garden and terrasse fences might be sufficient for areas considered safe. Choose an opaque fence if more privacy is required.
Professional or commercial fences include security for office buildings, schools and public buildings. The height and type chosen might vary according to the level of security required by local regulations and and the purpose of the fence. If the fence needs to keep the property private and secure, high-level paneled fences are a good solution. If all-around visibility is important, a mesh or palisade fence could be a better option.
When browsing fences for public spaces or green spaces, think about how the height and level of openness can affect security and visibility. For example, playgrounds might need fencing low enough so that children can be seen but high enough that they cannot easily climb over. The distance between bars or other elements also needs to be small enough to stop children from climbing through or getting stuck. Sports fences for certain sports need to be high in order to keep equipment within the area and ensure spectator safety.
Security is extremely important when selecting industrial fences. For places such as factories, laboratories, warehouses, airports and delivery sites, fences might need to be topped with barbed wire or monitored with security cameras and alarms to deter intruders. Construction site fences are temporary fences for construction sites and roadworks. They’re employed to keep intruders out and pedestrians safe. Agricultural fences need to keep animals in, discourage intruders and mark the boundaries of large properties.