10 Types of Commercial Fencing
There are several types of commercial fencing to choose from each with their own advantages, and designed to meet various standards and expectations. Although there is a wide variety of materials and installation options, your local fence builder can help you decide what would work best for your project.
Wood Fencing: Wood provides the most versatile material when it comes to fencing. It can be cut to add aesthetic appeal. Additionally there are many different types of wood to choose from such as pine, cedar, and more. The life and integrity of wood is improved by treatments added to decrease the effects of weathering, and maintenance is relatively easy.
Aluminum Fencing: Aluminum is durable and long lasting, and does not require constant maintenance. It can also be color treated to enhance its visual appeal. Comparatively it an inexpensive alternative to other metals such as steel or iron.
Chain-Link Fencing: The most common of types of fencing, chain-link can be utilized to safely divide boundaries, protecting children and pets as well as others for commercial and residential security. It is ideal for constructing kennels for dogs or other animals. Chain-link fencing is easy to build and install.
Vinyl Fencing: Similar to vinyl siding, vinyl fencing is long lasting and easy to clean and maintain. It can be painted to match your home. It can be as decorative as wood fencing for privacy or boundary marking, but withstands weathering far better than even treated wood.
Farm Fences: Fencing a farm requires a well laid out plan to ensure that needs are being met accurately. Designing the proper type of fence for each area requiring fencing is a tailor made job. They type of fence required to keep in livestock differs from that of simply marking property boundaries, so it is important to choose a company that understands this.
Pool Fences: Every pool is required to be fenced in for safety in many states, including North Carolina. This is to protect small children and animals from wandering in and drowning, which homeowners are liable for. It is important to use durable materials that meet with safety requirements, but there is no reason why these fences cannot also be visually pleasing.
Ornamental Fences: Designing a fence purely for aesthetics gives you a variety of materials to choose from, and since they are largely for boundary marking this opens up more possibilities for creativity. Ornamental fencing can be made with wood, steel, iron, vinyl, aluminum, and a number of other combinations.
Driveway Entrances: Creating a driveway entrance to keep out unwanted traffic from your yard, and protect children and pets from accessing areas where cars are parked is a very important safety concern.
Wooden Gates: Wooden gates are the perfect complement to wooden fencing as well as being a practical installment. There are various ways to design a gate to either blend in with the fencing or stand out as a functional ornamental piece.
Steel Gates: Steel gate the ideal installment to pair with your chain-link or aluminum fencing. Entryways are not necessarily a given with fencing and there are a variety of ways to install them such as hinged or sliding, so it is important to consider your needs and what would be the most practical kind to incorporate.
For more information on installation and pricing, contact your local fence building contractor who can provide you further insight specific to your business’s fencing needs, and help you decide which materials and accessories will best fit your project.