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What Is Temporary Fencing?
Temporary fencing, as the name suggests, is a free standing, self-supporting fence panel, the panels are held together with couplers that interlock panels together making it portable and flexible for a wide range of applications. Fence panels are commonly constructed of either chain link.
We also supply and install temporary “driven” fence, in this application we drive the post in the ground. When using driven temporary fence we can also install privacy wind screen.
Temporary fencing is an alternative to its permanent counterpart when a fence is required on an interim basis when needed for storage, public safety or security, crowd control, or theft deterrence. It is also known as construction hoarding when used at construction sites. Other uses for temporary fencing include venue division at large events and public restriction on industrial construction sites. Temporary fencing is also often seen at special outdoor events, parking lots, and emergency/disaster relief sites. It offers the benefits of affordability and flexibility.
Types of Temporary Fences
Common forms of temporary fencing include a variety of plastic fencing or panels constructed of chainlink, steel or wire. Fencing commonly consists of individual panels that can be set up around the perimeter of the desired area to be fenced in.
Asheville Fence is a major supplier of temporary fencing to contractors, government, school boards and more. Call us now to speak to a temporary fencing professional.
One of the most predominate uses of temporary fencing is for construction sites. Most construction sites are not open for public entrance, so there must be an obvious boundary that deters any wanderers or passers-by and keeps the area contained. When temporary fencing is used for a construction site, it is commonly called construction hoarding.
A second use for temporary fencing is at outdoor events. The list of these said events is a very extensive one! (Concerts, sporting events, government events, festivals, weddings, movie sets, emergency/disaster relief sites, markets, etc.) Fences at these events are needed for public security and crowd control.