Fences aren’t just for houses. There are many companies that should look into putting a fence around their property, either to keep something in or keep something out. These industries often get overlooked when it comes to fence installment but here are a few reasons why these businesses and places might need a fence.
Schools, even middle and high schools where the students are older, need a fence. This is to not only keep the students from wandering to their cars before the bell rings, but also to keep those who aren’t supposed to be on campus out.
You can not be too careful with the small children in a daycare. Unfortunately, some people may want to harm them or take a child from the premises. This means putting up a barrier between the kids and those who shouldn’t be there. Having a secure entrance, exit and even playground, only accessible by a keypad, is the only way to keep everyone where they should be.
Construction and Other Contractors
While schools and daycare need to keep kids in, construction companies and other labor industries need to keep their equipment in and the bad guys out. Construction equipment, heavy machinery, tools, wood, pipes, and many other items inside your property may look pretty enticing to thieves. They’ll think twice about stealing anything if they have to climb a tall fence to get it!
On a commercial farm, keeping the animals in and keeping predators, like foxes, out is the key to making money. This means not only a fence, but a seriously-strong one. Whether you decide that means chain link, galvanized chain link, vinyl, or a wood fence is up to you.
In real life, no one can steal a car overnight, probably, but they sure can vandalize or cause a lot of mischief! To protect your vehicles from damage while employees aren’t around, a simple chain link fence around the lot will do the trick.
Do you see your industry on here? You need a fence and you need to get it from Central Fence! We are locally-owned and operate four convenient locations in Vidalia, Swainsboro, Statesboro, and Sandersville. Contact us today to learn more about your fencing options and get a free estimate.