Opening A New Business? 2 Types Of Commercial Fencing You Can Choose

Posted on: 27 July 2018


If you are opening a new business, you want it to look good both inside and out. You also want the business to be secure. One way to do this is to put up commercial fencing. Adding commercial fencing around your business and property not only increases the aesthetics but depending on what type of fence you install can help secure your business. There are many types of fencing you can choose from. Below are two of these types to help you get started.

1. Chain Link Fencing

Chain link fencing is not as expensive as other types of commercial fencing. It can work well, however, and if you do not like the grey color you can choose a different color. This is because the fence can be powder coated in variety of colors.

Chain link fencing is a great way to secure your business. This is especially true if you put a secure gate, such as an electric gate that will only open by a security guard or a keypad where you have to enter a certain code. The fencing is also available in different heights, and you can choose to put razor wire at the top of the fence to add more security.

Chain link fencing is durable and is resistant to corrosion from the weather. This type will last you for many years. If you want more privacy, you can add slats to the fencing. These slats not only provide privacy but can also reduce dust, noise, and wind. These slats are available in a variety of colors and are generally made of a durable vinyl.

2. Vinyl Commercial Fencing

If you want a fence that will last you for many years and requires very little maintenance, then vinyl fencing is a good option. This type of fencing is resistant to the sun's rays, as well as resistant to weather conditions. Vinyl fencing does not offer as much security as chain link fencing, however.

When vinyl fencing is colored, the color goes all the way through the material. This means you will never have to worry about repainting the fence. The only maintenance required is cleaning the fence periodically. The only downfall to vinyl fencing is if it is extremely cold outside and the fence gets hit hard it may crack. This is something to consider if you live in an area that has very cold winters. No matter what type of commercial fencing you choose, you should hire a professional to install the fencing for you.