Most people tend to think of fencing as permanent when they think about perimeter reinforcement of any kind. But many situations call for temporary fencing as an alternative to its permanent counterpart when needs turn toward an interim solution for storage, public safety or security, crowd control at events, or simply as a theft deterrent. When utilized on the premises of a construction site, temporary fencing is also known as construction hoarding.
You may even find temporary fencing located within permanent fencing, such as when divisions or partitions are erected within a large-event venue like those found at sports stadiums or arenas where musical concerts or theater take place. And how many times have you witnessed temporary fencing, where public access is restricted at industrial construction sites? Or perhaps you’re considering conducting a child’s birthday party and need to form a perimeter to keep young ones from straying outside of a safe zone.
In addition to its obvious benefits of providing security and safety, temporary fencing—also utilized at emergency/disaster relief sites—is affordable and flexible. Its most common forms include a variety of plastic fencing or panels constructed of chain link, steel, or wire. If, say, you had a construction site on your company’s property, temporary fencing sections can be added or removed as needed, as the project expands or decreases. As for flexibility, the fencing can be adjusted in order to redirect visitors to a temporary entrance or exit with ease and timeliness. All this is possible with little adjustment and minimal additional impact to your bottom line.
Fencing, whether temporary or permanent, enhances any setting—professional, business, or home—and provides reassuring security and safety, and in many instances, privacy. Contact our helpful professionals at West Memphis Fence for your next fencing project.
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